Assimilating Identities: Social Networks and the Diffusion of Sections
"... an historical and structural investigation of the diffusion of taxonomic elements of the section system as known among dialect groups of the Australian Western Desert"--Foreword.
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Aboriginal adopted alternate generational levels Bates behaviour Berndt bifurcate-merging Brandenstein Burgulu Burunga Central Australia cognates combinations cross-cousins cultural diffusion Desert cultural bloc dialectal groups diasystemic diffusion of section distinct Dousset Dreaming tracks Ego's Elkin example father filiation four-section system geographic hypothesis Ibarga identical Jigalong Kalgoorlie Karadjeri Karajarri Karimarra Kimberleys kin categories kinship systems Koara language Laverton linguistic Mandjindja Mardu marriage marries McConvell 1985a McConvell's McKelson Milangka moieties mother's mutually substitutable neighbours networks Ngaatjatjarra Njangamarda nomenclature northern Nyangumarta O'Grady Ooldea origin Paljeri Panaka Panaka and Yiparrka pattern Pilbara Pintupi Pitjantjatjara Purungu Rawlinson Ranges region relations relationship replaces Paljeri routes of diffusion section names sections and subsections social category systems social organisation south-west structural position subsection systems summarises Tararu terminology Tindale Tjarurru Tjarurru and Yiparrka Tonkinson tribes valeur Waljen Warburton Ranges Warlpiri Western Desert cultural Western Desert language western section system Yiparrka Yulbaridya Yulparitja zone