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The common descent group in China and its functions
in New York
Written in English
|Series||Viking Fund publications in anthropology -- no. 10., Viking Fund publications in anthropology -- no. 10., HRAF -- 42.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||204|
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The Common Descent Group in China and Its Functions 作者: Hsien Chin Ho 出版社: Oriental Book Store 出版年: 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN: THE COMMON DESCENT GROUP IN CHINA AND ITS FUNCTIONS. By Hsien Chin Hu. New York: Viking Fund. $ THE "common descent group" in China is an elaborately organized social unit which traditionally reinforces its cohesiveness and maintains its continuity over the centuries by means of highly developed forms of ancestor veneration.
The Common Descent Group in China and its Functions, Viking Fund (New York), Publications in Anthropology No. Cited by: The Ritual Formation of Confucian Orthodoxy and the Descendants of the Sage - Volume 55 Issue 3 - Thomas A.
WilsonCited by: Evidence of common descent of living organisms has been discovered by scientists researching in a variety of disciplines over many decades, demonstrating that all life on Earth comes from a single forms an important part of the evidence on which evolutionary theory rests, demonstrates that evolution does occur, and illustrates the processes that created Earth's biodiversity.
But he also draws attention to the importance of sustained residence away from estates, thus making them 'much more blurred in definition' or causing them to be 'effectively amalgamated', sometimes under the general aegis of what he calls a 'new tribe' recruiting its members 'via the cognatic descent group.
Descent Groups. In all societies there are social groups whose membership is based on descent; members share a common ancestor or living relative. Descent groups help to define the pool of potential mates, the group of people who are obligated to help in economic and political issues, and may even dictate which religion is followed, particularly in unilineal descent groups.
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Louis Dumont, who died inwas one of the most important figures in post-war French anthropology. He is well-known for his early work on India, which culminated in Homo Hierarchicus (; in English), an anthropological account of the caste system.
He later extended this work into a comparison of the values of Indian and western society in works like Essays on Individualism. Descent groups, as well as many other kinship structures, function as primary groups, i.e., institutions which normally recruit personnel by the criterion of inherited status.
In this capacity, the group's unity and character reflect bonds formed upon common origin and identity and and are concerned with the general welfare of the membership. Common descent is a concept in evolutionary biology applicable when one species is the ancestor of two or more species later in time.
Its broadest application, the last universal common ancestor (LUCA) of all life on Earth, is a central assumption of modern evolutionary theory. Common descent is an effect of speciation, in which multiple species derive from a single ancestral population.
Descent groups. A descent group is a social group whose members talk about common ancestry. A unilineal society is one in which the descent of an individual is reckoned either from the mother's or the father's line of descent.
Matrilineal descent is based on relationship to females of the family line. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. This is a continuation of a discuss on common descent, mainly targeted at Steven J., Chris Ho-Stuart, John Harshman, Cubist, Mark Isaak, and other who were trying to answer my questions, but of course anyone may respond.
I can't keep up with all the detailed responses so I'll try to summarize what everyone has explained to me. Descent Groups. Different descent principles and marriage rules result in the formation of different types of families and larger kin based groups.
Regardless of the descent and marriage pattern used by a society, however, most people at some time in their lives are members of more than one family group. The Guardian - Back to home. Last weekend the Kenyan government announced plans to allow its citizens stranded in China to be evacuated.
refers to a group of common descent.descent groups These are kin groups who are lineal descendants of a common ancestor. Unilineal descent is either matrilineal (if traced through the mother) or patrilineal (traced through the father's line).
Bilateral descent can be traced through either line. Although the local discourse of descent often stresses its biological foundations, this should be seen as culturally constructed, since. Fraternity was the principle that, in Desmond and Moore's reading, he worked to establish by building a theory of common descent.
But equality was a different matter. Equality so often is.