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Genealogy, kinship and knowledge : a cautionary note about causation.

Lyon, Stephen M. (2010) 'Genealogy, kinship and knowledge : a cautionary note about causation.', Behavioral and brain sciences., 33 (5). p. 394.

Abstract

The choice of emphasis in kinship studies has often resulted in incompatible theoretical models of kinship that are mutually undermining and contradictory. Jones’ attempts to reconcile disparate approaches to kinship using OT is useful, however; seeing kinship as a specialized system for representing genealogy may be unwarranted in the light of recent advances in mathematical approaches to kinship terminologies.

Item Type:Article
Additional Information:Commentary on 'Human kinship, from conceptual structure to grammar' by Doug Jones.
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Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0140525X10002244
Record Created:28 Jan 2011 15:05
Last Modified:10 Apr 2013 12:39

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