Gender, Kinship and Identities: Paths in Greek Social Anthropology

@article{ComasdArgemir1992GenderKA,
  title={Gender, Kinship and Identities: Paths in Greek Social Anthropology},
  author={Dolors Comas-d’Argemir},
  journal={Critique of Anthropology},
  year={1992},
  volume={12},
  pages={209 - 213}
}
Greece has been the inspiration for several important contributions to the analysis of gender. Since the publication of the early monographs of Friedl (1962) and Campbell (1964), a great number of articles and books have appeared. The early works provided an initial description of the roles and values adopted by men and women; while the most recent studies have concentrated on the analysis of the social construction of gender. Contested Identities makes fresh contributions in this latter area… Expand
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