Two Cheers for Kinship

@article{Truex2005TwoCF,
  title={Two Cheers for Kinship},
  author={Gregory F. Truex},
  journal={Reviews in Anthropology},
  year={2005},
  volume={34},
  pages={119 - 144}
}
The three volumes under review here provide a good representation of the state of affairs of studies broadly (or narrowly) related to ‘‘kinship’’ in anthropology. They range from discursive treatments of personal definitions of kinship in very difficult circumstances to grandly interpreted kinship models situated in the modern evolutionary theory of social behavior. Franklin and McKinnon present a set of papers on topics such as one concerning new reproductive technologies that challenge the… Expand

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