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by Sandra Bamford,James Leach

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  • ISBN 1845454227
  • ISBN13 978-1845454227
  • Language English
  • Author Sandra Bamford,James Leach
  • Publisher Berghahn Books; 1 edition (March 1, 2009)
  • Pages 300
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The genealogical model has a long-standing history in Western thought. The contributors to this volume consider the ways in which assumptions about the genealogical model―in particular, ideas concerning sequence, essence, and transmission―structure other modes of practice and knowledge-making in domains well beyond what is normally labeled “kinship.” The detailed ethnographic work and analysis included in this text explores how these assumptions have been built into our understandings of race, personhood, ethnicity, property relations, and the relationship between human beings and non-human species. The authors explore the influences of the genealogical model of kinship in wider social theory and examine anthropology’s ability to provide a unique framework capable of bridging the “social” and “natural” sciences. In doing so, this volume brings fresh new perspectives to bear on contemporary theories concerning biotechnology and its effect upon social life.


Sandra Bamford, James Leach. The genealogical model has a long-standing history in Western thought

Sandra Bamford, James Leach. The genealogical model has a long-standing history in Western thought. The contributors to this volume consider the ways in which assumptions about the genealogical model-in particular, ideas concerning sequence, essence, and re other modes of practice and knowledge-making in domains well beyond what is normally labeled kinship. The authors explore the influences of the genealogical model of kinship in wider social theory and examine anthropology’s ability to provide a unique framework capable of bridging the social and natural sciences.

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Series: Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality. The authors explore the influences of the genealogical model of kinship in wider social theory and examine anthropology's ability to provide a unique framework capable of bridging the "social" and "natural" sciences. In doing so, this volume brings fresh new perspectives to bear on contemporary theories concerning biotechnology and its effect upon social life. eISBN: 978-1-84545-896-6. Subjects: Anthropology, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Sociology.

p. cm. (Fertility, reproduction and sexuality ; v. 15) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978-1-84545-422-7 (hardcover : alk. paper) 1. Kinship.

The genealogical model has a long-standing history in Western thought

The genealogical model has a long-standing history in Western thought. Sandra Bamford is an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto

Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality series; Vol. 1. Beyond the Biomedical Model: Palliative Care and Its Holistic Model . Mino, Jean-Christophe; Lert, France (2005-09).

Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality series; Vol. 15. Collections. GenEthx: Genetics and Ethics Database. Показать полную информацию. Related Items in Google Scholar.

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Kinship and beyond : the genealogical model reconsidered. New York : Berghahn Books, 2009. 292 p. (Fertility, reproduction and sexuality). d67699e12076, title "Kinship and beyond: the genealogical model reconsidered", abstract "The genealogical model has a long-standing history in Western thought. T3 - Fertility, reproduction and sexuality.

Sallie Han is Associate Professor of Anthropology at SUNY Oneonta, and past chair of the Council on Anthropology and Reproduction. She is the author of Pregnancy in Practice: Expectation and Experience in the Contemporary US (Berghahn Books, 2013). Tracy K. Betsinger is Associate Professor of Anthropology at SUNY Oneonta.

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