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Back Book Title Kinship Studies in Nepali Anthropology

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Kinship Studies in Nepali Anthropology
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- Laya Prasad Uprety, Binod Pokharel & Suresh Dhakal (Eds)
- Nepal
- Central Department of Anthropology, Nepal
- 9789937022385
- 2017
- xviii, 358p.
- 650 gms.
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Kinship is one of the cornerstones of anthropology. Documenting genealogies and family trees has always been part of anthropological fieldwork, developing their own terms and terminologies, or what Bronislaw Malinowski called 'kinship algebra and geometry'. But for many anthropologists today kinship is bracketed within antiquarian studies. As for Nepal, kinship is related to the building of our society and therefore warrants comprehensive study. Nepali society is dominated by kin relationship-manifested not just in marriage but also in our everyday interaction with non-relatives.

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