The Resource Anatomies of relatedness: : considering personhood in Aboriginal Australlia, Katie Glaskin

Anatomies of relatedness: : considering personhood in Aboriginal Australlia, Katie Glaskin

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Anatomies of relatedness: : considering personhood in Aboriginal Australlia
Title
Anatomies of relatedness:
Title remainder
considering personhood in Aboriginal Australlia
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Katie Glaskin
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Language
eng
Summary
Discusses the construction of the person among the Bardi and Jawi, Kimberley region, WA; review of the anthropological understanding of individuality; Bardi country described; kinship and embodied relatedness; exchange and equivalence; revenge and violence as the negative of reciprocity - violation of reciprocity; individual and cultural concepts of the person; cosmological forms of the person - spirit children; totem animals and the location of feeling in the body and its relation to place; shadow or spirit body; death, burial and the persistence of identity; medicine and sorcery - use of hair and hair belts; body as the matrix of country - smell and ritual observance in country; body parts and relatedness to kin
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Glaskin, Katie
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non fiction
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Anatomies of relatedness: : considering personhood in Aboriginal Australlia, Katie Glaskin
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 306-308
Extent
p. [297]-308
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Anatomies of relatedness: : considering personhood in Aboriginal Australlia, Katie Glaskin
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 306-308
Extent
p. [297]-308

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