2 edition of Raffia cloth distribution in the Lele economy. found in the catalog.
Raffia cloth distribution in the Lele economy.
Reprinted from Africa, Vol.28, no.2, April 1958.
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Passive voice theories in religious sociology --Goods as a system of communication --Money: The contempt of ritual ; Raffia cloth distribution in the Lele economy ; Primitive rationing --Food as a system of communication: Food studied as a system of communication ; Food as an art form ; The Food Art Exhibition ; Food is not feed --Good taste: review of Pierre Bourdieu, La distinction --Population . In , Mary Douglas published an article about the economy of the Lele people of the Belgian Congo (today called the Democratic Republic of the Congo). In the article she described the functions of raffia cloth, a well-combed and closely woven cloth of superior quality, in this society.
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Crocheted Raffia. Turned up brim. Turned - up brim, edged w/ raffia cloth (grosgrain included). Color: Natural. The Lele of the Kasai (first published ) was the first book by the influential British anthropologist Mary Douglas under her married name (her Peoples of the Lake Nyasa Region appeared under her maiden name, Tew, in ). In it she reported on her anthropological fieldwork among the Lele people on the western bank of the Kasai River in the Basongo area of what had at the time been south.
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NIO RAFFIA CLOTH DISTRIBUTION IN THE LELE ECONOMY TABLE I Distribution of Goods Productive work Range of collaboration Product Range of distribution MEN Hunting: (a) Communal (b) Bow, snares, or pit-traps Clearing land for culti-vation Raffia-palm cultiva-tion Weaving Oil-palms House-building Smithing Wood-carving WOMEN Sowing, hoeing, har-vesting Cooking Fishing.
Title: Raffia Cloth Distribution in the Lele Economy Created Date: Z. Buy Raffia cloth distribution in the Lele economy (Bobbs-Merrill reprint series in the social sciences) by Douglas, Mary (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Mary Douglas. Money: The contempt of ritual ; Raffia cloth distribution in the Lele economy ; Primitive rationing: Food as a system of communication: Food studied as a system of communication ; Food as an art form ; The Food Art Exhibition ; Food is not feed: Good taste: review of Pierre Bourdieu, La distinction: Population control in primitive groupsCited by: Raffia cloth distribution in the Lele economy: O ramo de ouro: Reading Leviticus: a conversation with Mary Douglas: Reinheid en gevaar: Reinheit und Gefährdung: eine Studie zu Vorstellungen von Verunreinigung und Tabu: Religion and America: spiritual life in a secular age: Risk acceptability according to the social sciences.
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Hastings, Sheed & Ward. ‘Blood Debts Among the Lele’, Journal of. Book. Jan ; Mary Douglas Baron C. Isherwood; View. Raffia Cloth Distribution in the Lele Economy. Article. Apr car les biens ordinaires ne font pas objet de commerce entre les. You searched for: raffia cloth. Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and one-of-a-kind products and gifts related to your search.
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Close this message to accept Cited by: 6. The second chapter, entitled The Productive Side of the Economy, considers the resources available to the Lele, and their exploitation of them through hunting, fishing, slash and burn agriculture, and craftsmanship, primarily the production of raffia : Mary Douglas.
The concept of aesthetics is a “red herring” in the study of contemporary art. Often aesthetics is equated with technique (cf. Henri, 88) or with adherence to the dominant themes of a particular school of art. [Douglas "Raffia Cloth Distribution among the Lele"] Watch: Money Man (on reserve) VI.
Reproduction a) Neo-Marxist Analyses and the Lineage Mode of Production Read: Meillassoux "The Economy in Self-Sustaining Agricultural Communities" VII.
Synthesizing Case Studies a) Bovine MystiqueFile Size: KB. Zusammenfassung. Mary Douglas ist eine der wichtigsten VertreterInnen der symbolischen Anthropologie.
Ausgehend von ihren zentralafrikanischen Studien ist es ihr gelungen, symbolistische Interpretationen in provozierender Weise auf die sozialen Verhältnisse westlicher Gesellschaften zu übertragen und damit eine ganze Generation von jungen Anthropologen zu Gesellschaftskritik zu Author: Hans Peter Hahn.
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Donner, Wolf. Land Use and Environment in lu: University of Hawaii Press. Douglas, Mary. "Raffia Cloth Distribution in the Lele Economy.".You searched for: raffia fabric! Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and one-of-a-kind products and gifts related to your search.
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It’s the palm fiber that is used for making the raffia fabric, a process which involves both men and women.
Women do the planting. Men strip the leaves of the plants which are then dried in the sun.