Kinship, Affinity, and Domestic Group: A Study Among the Mishing of the Brahmaputra Valley

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Gyan Publishing House, Jan 1, 1992 - Assam (India) - 280 pages
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This is a comprehensive ethnography account of the Mishing, the second larges tribe of Assam, inhabiting the Brahamputra Valley. In this book the author raises important theoretical issues pertaining to the analysts of Kinship, descent and affinity in anthropological studies.

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Land and the People
18
Habitat and Social Setting of the PagroMishing
37
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