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Gifts, trips and Facebook families: children and the semiotics of kinship in transnational Senegal2018 Africa 88 (4): 683-701
  • Chelsie Yount-André
H6/KY [AFRICA-]0001-9720in thematic section 'New African frontiers'; French summary
Arranging marriage; negotiating risk: genetics and society in Qatar2015 Anthropology and medicine 22 (2): 98-113
  • Fouad Alshaban
  • Susie Kilshaw
  • Tasneem Al Raisi
H6/KGT [BRITISH-]1364-8470
Westermark hypothesis reconsidered2012 Current anthropology 53 (1): 134-5
  • Dwight Read
  • Fadwa El Guindi
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204comment on 'Karo Batak cousin marriage, cosocialization, and the Westermark hypothesis' by H Kushnick and SMT Fessler in Curr Anthrop 2011, 52(3): 443-8, with reply by authors, 136-7
Misconstruals miss the mark2012 Current anthropology 53 (1): 136-7
  • Daniel M.T. Fessler
  • Geoff Kushnick
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204reply to F El Guindi and D Read in this issue,134-5
Kinship as classification: toward a paradigm of change2012 Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford (NS) 4 (2): 183-211
  • Robert Parkin
H6/KF [OXFORD-]
Deep-time historical contexts of Crow and Omaha systems: perspectives from Africa2012 Amerind studies in archaeology : 173-202
  • Christopher Ehret
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Crow-Omaha; new light on a classic problem of kinship analysis'; with notes, glossary and references in appendix, 299-334
The making and unmaking of "Crow-Omaha" kinship in central Brazil(ian ethnology)2012 Amerind studies in archaeology : 205-22
  • Marcela Coelho de Souza
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Crow-Omaha; new light on a classic problem of kinship analysis'; with notes, glossary and references in appendix, 299-334
"Horizontal" and "vertical" skewing: similar objectives, two solutions?2012 Amerind studies in archaeology : 260-77
  • Laurent Dousset
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Crow-Omaha; new light on a classic problem of kinship analysis'; with notes, glossary and references in appendix, 299-334
Crow-Omaha, in thickness and thin2012 Amerind studies in archaeology : 281-97
  • Peter M. Whiteley
  • Thomas R. Trautmann
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Crow-Omaha; new light on a classic problem of kinship analysis'; with notes, glossary and references in appendix, 299-334
The 'big-bang' of Dravidian kinship2011 Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford (NS) 3 (1): 38-66
  • Ruth Manimekalai Vaz
H6/KF [OXFORD-]
The chess of kinship and the kinship of chess2011 Hau 1 (1): 159-77
  • Roy Wagner
2049-1115with preface by T Crook and J Shaffner “The chess of kinship”: an opening gambit'
East Papuan kinship systems: Bouganville2004 Oceania 75 (2): 109-24
  • Per Hage
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077
Yanadi kinship terminology and the expression of affinity2004 Contributions to Indian sociology (New Series) 38 (3): 351-78
  • N. Sundhakar Rao
H6/KWL [CONTRIBUTIONS-]0069-9667
On the misinterpretation of the Aluridja kinship system type (Australian western desert)2003 Social anthropology 11 (1): 43-61
  • Laurent Dousset
H6/ KF [SOCIAL-]0964-0282German, French, and Spanish summaries
The ancient Maya kinship system2003 Journal of anthropological research 59 (1): 5-21
  • Pet Hage
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710
Mariages des cousins: de la Rome archaïque à saint Augustin, Marco Polo et James G. Frazer2003 Gradhiva 33: 1-10
  • Maurizio Bettini
0764-8928
Accounting for context and substance: the Australian Western Desert kinship system2002 Anthropological forum 12 (2): 193-204
  • Laurent Dousset
H6/ KX [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]0066-4677in special issue 'Kinship and change in Aboriginal Australia'; with combined bibliography, 233-45
'Test [im blood]: subsections and shame in Katherine2002 Anthropological forum 12 (2): 205-20
  • Toni Bauman
H6/ KX [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]0066-4677in special issue 'Kinship and change in Aboriginal Australia'; with combined bibliography, 233-45
The Magars of Banyan Hill and Junigau: a 'granddaughter's' reflections2002 Himalayan research bulletin 22 (1-2): 48-51
  • Laura M. Ahearn
H6/KWL [HIMALAYAN-]0891-4834in thematic issue 'Watersheds of inquiry: John Thayer Hitchcock's Himalayan and South Asian legacy'
Morgan, Trautmann and Barnes, and the Iroquois-type cross/parallel distinction2001 Anthropos. Anthropos Institut, Sankt Augustin 96 (2): 423-32
  • David B. Kronenfeld
0257-9774
Parallel cousin (FBD) marriage, islamization, and arabization2000 Ethnology 39 (4): 395-407
  • Andrei Korotaiev
H6 [ETHNOLOGY-]0014-1828in special issue 'Comparative research and cultural units'