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Maurice Freedman
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Humanities Pr; 1st Paperback Edition edition (June 1, 1971)
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Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. Volume 32 Issue 1. Maurice Freedman

Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. Maurice Freedman: English Français. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. Maurice Freedman: Chinese lineage and society: Fukien and Kwangtung. London School of Economics. Monographs on Social Anthropology, N. 3. London: University of London, Athlone Press; New York: Humanities Press In. 1966.

As in his first book on the subject, the author seeks to analyse certain crucial institutions of Chinese society within the framework of contemporary anthropological theory. About the Author: The author is Professor of Anthropology at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

8. Chinese Lineage and Society. Published by Berg Publishers (2019).

Chinese Lineage and Society book. Chinese Lineage and Society: Fukien and Kwangtung (Monographs on Social Anthropology, No. 33). ISBN. As in his first book on the subject, the author seeks to analyse certain crucial institutions of Chinese society This book takes the argument first set out in Lineage Organization in South-Eastern China a step further. It incorporates some of Professor Freedman's field data (gathered in the Hong Kong New Territories in 1963) and draws on a wide variety of written sources.

This book takes the argument first set out in Lineage Organization in South-Eastern China a step further

This book takes the argument first set out in Lineage Organization in South-Eastern China a step further. As in his first book on the subject, the author seeks to analyse certain crucial institutions of Chinese society within the framework of contemporary anthropological theory.

Chinese lineage and society: Fukien and Kwangtung (London School of Economics Monographs on social anthropology, no 33. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Chinese lineage and society: Fukien and Kwangtung (London School of Economics Monographs on social anthropology, no 33). London/New York: ogle Scholar. Gafaranga, J. (2010). CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Guangzhou Bureau of Statistics (1991).

Series: LSE Monographs on Social Anthropology (Book 33). Paperback: 236 pages. Publisher: Berg Publishers (January 1, 1971). ISBN-13: 978-1847881946. This item: Chinese Lineage and Society: Fukien and Kwantung Volume 33 (LSE Monographs on Social Anthropology). There's a problem loading this menu right now.

My attention was attracted to Fukien and Kwangtung because this region . London School of Economics Monographs on Social Anthropology 152.

My attention was attracted to Fukien and Kwangtung because this region of China has specialized not only in large-scale unilineal organization but also in sending people overseas. It is possible that Chinese rural society will soon have changed beyond recognition. Chapter 11 - Ancestor Worship and Lineage Structure 81.

Chinese Lineage and Society : Fukien and Kwantung. London school of economics monographs on social anthropology

Chinese Lineage and Society : Fukien and Kwantung. London school of economics monographs on social anthropology. By (author) Maurice Freedman. This book takes the argument first set out in Lineage Organization in South-Eastern China a step further.

Find nearly any book by Maurice Freedman. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Chinese Lineage and Society: Fukien and Kwantung (London School of Economics Monographs on Social Anthropology). ISBN 9780485196337 (978-0-485-19633-7) Softcover, Bloomsbury Academic, 1971.

This book takes the argument first set out in Lineage Organization in South-Eastern China a step further. It incorporates some of Professor Freedman's field data (gathered in the Hong Kong New Territories in 1963) and draws on a wide variety of written sources. As in his first book on the subject, the author seeks to analyse certain crucial institutions of Chinese society within the framework of contemporary anthropological theory.