ANNETTE WEINER INALIENABLE POSSESSIONS PDF

Tuzahn California Scholarship Online requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books within the service. Views Read Edit View history. TrobriandsMalinowskinorm inaliehable reciprocityprimitive social relations. Paul Sillitoe queries the supposed identification of these objects with persons.

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Views Read Edit View history. Please, subscribe or login to access full text content. Inalienable Possessions: The Forgotten Dimension — California Scholarship These possessions created in and authenticated by The Dreaming circulate from one person or group to another in a limited way. The possibilities of transmission in the face of the canon for guardianship establish for ritual leaders a domain of authority that in certain situations leads to a formalized position of rank.

Goods can serve as systems of social communication according to Mary Douglasa prominent anthropologist. Calling attention to their presence in Western history, Weiner points out that her formulations are not limited to Oceania. Acequia watercourse Ejido agrarian land Forest types Huerta Inheritance Land tenure Property law alienation easement annstte on alienation real estate title.

An analogy in Western culture is sporting trophies, such as championship boxing belts owned by all the clubs comprising the association that controls the competition in which constituent club members compete, and which pass for agreed periods of time into the possession of particular champions, changing hands as new champions emerge.

David Ricardo Murray N. The Kula trade was organized differently in the more hierarchical parts of the Trobriand islands. Weiner — Google Books The social is not just the sum of alienable and inalienable goods, but is brought into existence by the difference and inter-dependence of these two spheres of exchange.

Part of a series on. Common terms and phrases A. The hau can bring strength or even knowledge potentially but a person may also have the risk of losing their hau. The paradox of keeping-while-giving is a concept certain to influence future developments in ethnography and the theoretical study of gender and exchange. Publications Pages Publications Pages. As a legal classification, inalienable possessions date back to Roman times.

Inalienable possessions are nonetheless frequently drawn into exchange networks. The Paradox of Keeping-While Giving. Weiner argues that the role of women in the exchange of inalienable possessions has been seriously underestimated. Public users can however freely search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter.

Property can be thought of as a bundle of rights — the right to use something, the right to collect rent from someone, the right to extract something as in oil drillingthe right to hunt within a particular territory.

Inalienable Possessions Author s: Annette Weiner broadened the application of the category of property outside the European context with her book Inalienable Possessions: Women produce inalienable possessions which they may take with them when they marry out; the inalienable possession, however, must be reclaimed by her brother after her death in order to maintain the status of the kin group.

About the Author Annette B. The Paradox of Keeping-while-giving Annette B. Weiner Limited preview — However, insofar as these inalienable possessions lose their cosmological authentication, these social hierarchies lose intergenerational longevity. Classical, Early, and Medieval Plays and Playwrights: Weiner demonstrates that not all gifts must be returned.

This is an original point of view that will have real effects on the direction of future fieldwork and comparative analysis. Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. TOP Related.

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Focusing on Oceania societies from Polynesia to Papua New Guinea and including Australian Aborigine groups, Annette Weiner investigates the category of possessions that must not be given or, if they are circulated, must return finally to the giver. Reciprocity, she says, is only the superficial aspect of exchange, which overlays much more politically powerful strategies of "keeping-while-giving. Other inalienable possessions, whether material objects, landed property, ancestral myths, or sacred knowledge, bestow social identity and rank as well. Calling attention to their presence in Western history, Weiner points out that her formulations are not limited to Oceania. The paradox of keeping-while-giving is a concept certain to influence future developments in ethnography and the theoretical study of gender and exchange. About the Author Annette B.

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Views Read Edit View history. Please, subscribe or login to access full text content. Inalienable Possessions: The Forgotten Dimension — California Scholarship These possessions created in and authenticated by The Dreaming circulate from one person or group to another in a limited way. The possibilities of transmission in the face of the canon for guardianship establish for ritual leaders a domain of authority that in certain situations leads to a formalized position of rank. Goods can serve as systems of social communication according to Mary Douglasa prominent anthropologist. Calling attention to their presence in Western history, Weiner points out that her formulations are not limited to Oceania.

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