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Open University Press, 1990 - Families - 100 pages
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Outlines the development of the concept of kinship in structural anthropology over the first 50 years of this century. Harris argues it is possible to characterize kinship in western societies in contrast to other social relations and rejects the moral altruistic definition.

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