The ethics of kinship : ethnographic inquiries / James Faubion.
Contributor(s): Faubion, James DLanguage: English Publisher: Lanham, Md.; Oxford : Rowman and Littlefield, 2001.Description: x, 277p. : tables ; 23cm.ISBN: 0742509559
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Includes bibliographies and index.
Toward an anthropology of the ethics of kinship / James D. Faubion; Caring and being cared for: displacing marriage, kinship, gender and sexuality / John Borneman; Rainbow family, rainbow nation: reflections on relatives and relational dynamics in Trinidad / Denise Youngblood; Personalizing it: adoption, bastardy, kinship and family / Jamila Bargach; A kinship of one's own / Lamia Karim; Kousi Oda Ponnu (Kousi's daughter) / Deepa S. Reddy; The ethics of affect: the public politics of intimacy in the Bloomsbury Group and Sammy and Rosie get laid / Nityanand Deckha; This week the blue room: locating kinship in a split-level house / Susan Ossman; What we bring to the table: the means of imagination in an African-American family / Stanford W. carpenter; "Like family to me": families of origin, families of choice, and class mobility / Laurel George; Be/longings / Kristin Peterson; Family I imagine / Carolyn Babula.