3 edition of Gitksan Potlatch: population flux, resource ownership and reciprocity found in the catalog.
Gitksan Potlatch: population flux, resource ownership and reciprocity
Adams, John W.
Bibliography: p. 120-132.
|Statement||by John W. Adams, with contributions of statistical data by Alice Kasakoff.|
|Series||Cultures and communities: a series of monographs. Native peoples|
|LC Classifications||E99.K55 A32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 132 p.|
|Number of Pages||132|
|LC Control Number||73000992|
This thesis attempts to distinguish varying styles in a particular set of massive carvings from the Northwest Coast of North America, the totem poles of the Niska and Gitksan. The method of investigation is based on the use of hierarchical clustering and multi-dimensional scaling computer programmes. These programmes are of a type used in ecological, geological, and . Reading and Walking. inter alia, family life, land ownership, resource relationships, trade and commerce, and political organization” (11). There was a lack of reciprocity between the two systems—a failure to understand that “the Civil Code was a founding document of Quebec’s legal system” ()—and this situation left many.
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The Gitksan Potlatch: Population Flux, Resource Ownership and Reciprocity (Cultures and Communities: A Series of Monographs)Author: Adams John W.; Alice Kasakoff. Adams, John W. () The Gitksan Potlatch: Population Flux, Resource Ownership and Reciprocity.
Toronto: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston of Canada. Beynon, William () Potlatch at Gitsegukla: William Beynon’s Field Notebooks. With data from Alice Kasakoff about Gitksan villages near Hazelton between andJohn Winthrop Adams suggested in The Gitksan Potlatch: Population Flux, Resource Ownership and Reciprocity (Toronto: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, ) that potlatches were a procedure by which prosperous chiefs acquired and enhanced the fealty of their.
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Adams; with contributions of statistical data by Alice Kasakoff. E 99 T8 A43 Tsimsyan myths, illustrated / by Marius Barbeau. LITERATURE CITED. Adams, J. The Gitksan potlatch: population flux, resource ownership, andRinehart & Winston of Canada, Toronto and by: Linguistics:Current Trends in Linguistics.
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Museum of Anthropology (). Mission Statement Webb, J. (Fall ). Introductory Walk through the Museum. Published Materials Adams, John W. The Gitksan Potlatch: Population Flux, Resource Ownership and Reciprocity. Interestingly, their study emphasized the interaction of status considerations with reciprocity, just as the potlatch system in the Pacific Northwest involved both reciprocity and status.
Adams, John W. The Gitksan Potlatch: Population Flux, Resource Ownership, and Reciprocity. Cove, John J. The Gitksan Traditional Concept. Northwest Coast: Traditional Indigenous Relationships with Plants and Animals.
E. N. Anderson. Draft of March This is a book in progress. It is about half done. What is needed is a search through old collections of “myths and texts” to find as much documentation as I can of traditional conservation and sustainability ideas.Open Anthropology Cooperative Press (cf.
Adams on the way in which people are moved via the Gitksan potlatch). To show the power of this type of thinking, I will take one example from the Inka Empire, on how the control of value ascription enables the accumulation of wealth.
The Gitksan Potlatch: Population Flux, Resource Ownership.COLONIZATION AND THE DECLINE OF WOMEN'S STATUS: THE TSIMSHIAN CASE JO-ANNE FISKE. This paper has two goals: to offer a reconstruction and interpreta- tion of the social position of women among the Tsimshian, a fish- ing-hunting people of the Northwest coast of British Columbia, prior to missionization efforts of the nineteenth century; and to analyze the .