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The Ethnographic Background
the District of Takamatsu Okayama City
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agricultural machines amae Asia Foundation attachment attitude Ayako Beardsley behavior boku branch households buddhas Buddhist centered child concept cultural distinction dozoku elder eldest Eriko example farmers father fictive fields first-person pronouns Grandma Heian period Hiramatsu hito households in Niiike husband Inari individual Indo-European languages industry Iwasa Japan Japanese household Japanese kinship Japanese society junior sons Kibitsu kinship terminology kinship terms Kurashiki land fragmentation lineage live major married mat rush mechanization Meiji period merging mother mother-in-law motor cultivators Niiike Niiike's nuclear family obasan observed Okada and Kamiya Okayama Okayama Prefecture omiai one's other-centered parents percent personal pronouns problem pronominal psychology reference and address reference group reference point relationship rice second-person pronouns self-reference share machines Shinto shrine social speaker structure Sumako Table Takamatsu Takashi temple tion Tokugawa period traditional Tsukuriyama uchi-soto usage viewpoint wife women words