Comparative family systems. Editor, M.F. Nimkoff.

Boston, Houghton Mifflin [1965] .

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Subjects Familie.
Sociale structuur.
Description x, 402 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary This book is concerned with the major variations in the organization of the human family: what they are, what causes them and what differences they make. - Preface.
Contents Introduction. Comparative studies of the family -- Types of family -- Interchange : society and family. The social system and the family -- The family and the social system -- Cases. Marriage and the family in Northeastern Arnhem Land / Ronald M. Berndt -- Family in Tikopia / Raymond Firth -- Aspects of the family among the Bedouin of Cyrenaica / E.L. Peters -- The Papago family / Ruth M. Underhill -- The Nayars of South Malabar / Joan P. Mencher -- The Tibetan family system / H.R.H. Prince Peter of Greece and Denmark -- The traditional Indian family / M.S. Gore -- The family in Ireland / Alexander J. Humphreys -- The family in a revolutionary movement : the case of the Kibbutz in Israel / Yonina Talmon -- The Japanese family / Ezra F. Vogel -- The Soviet family / Kent Geiger -- The American family / M.F. Nimkoff -- Change. World trends -- The future of the family -- Appendixes. Bibliography of cross-cultural studies of the family -- Comparative family films.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)259764
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WorldCat Identities Nimkoff, Meyer F. 1904-1965.
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