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《早期人類親屬關系:從性別到社會再生産》(Early Human Kinship: From Sex to Social Reproduction )(Nicholas J. Allen)文字版[PDF]

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中文名: 早期人類親屬關系:從性別到社會再生産

原名: Early Human Kinship: From Sex to Social Reproduction

作者: Nicholas J. Allen

圖書分類: 人文社科

資源格式: PDF

版本: 文字版

出版社: Wiley-Blackwell

書號: 978-1405179010

發行時間: 2010年

地區: 美國

語言: 英文

簡介:

《早期人類親屬關系:從性別到社會再生産》(Early Human Kinship: From Sex to Social Reproduction )(Nicholas J. Allen)文字版[PDF]

內容簡介:

「這是一個重要和及時的數量,而在其多種方法帶來新的問題上承擔的課題,它是人類學的基石。」

斯坦利Ulijaszek,牛津大學

「在古生物學的一個國際領先的數字集合,語言學,地理學和人類學考慮從生物親緣關系的靈長類動物的過渡,其中也標志著語言過渡和環境的社會控制現代人類社會的親情。」

高等法院巴恩斯,英國牛津大學

「長久以來,在文化和血緣的遺傳方面的研究已經進行彼此孤立。此書標志著什麽承諾,是進化生物學之間富有成效的對話和社會人類學的開始。」

丹尼爾荨麻,紐卡斯爾大學

「早期人類親緣關系彙集了從人文科學的範圍。教學有用的令人振奮的新觀點,也鼓勵將人類起源的親屬關系進一步交叉學科的研究,因此對人類本身。」

羅伯特帕金,牛津大學

「這重要的書,把促進親屬關系的研究早在深的曆史,正是19世紀的人類學首次發現中心。歡迎回來!」

托馬斯陶德曼,美國密西根大學

「在上個世紀中葉,列維一斯特勞斯發達,我們的祖先就爲兩個」大爆炸「。象征思維和語言的結果出來的動物狀態,他聲稱,突然出現了,當時人類能夠離開過床上用品的姐妹或女兒,而不是交換的其他男人的女兒他們。因此,亂倫禁忌和男性統治足以推動從自然狀態的我們的祖先的文化。如今早期人類親緣關系的作者表明,這些「大爆炸「從來沒有發生過,而現代人類的祖先擺脫通過變革,隨著直立人的外觀及消防馴化(50萬BP)的開始一系列的原始動物狀態。這是首先我們祖先的發展',使他們能夠想象,逐步付諸實施的各種社會形式的性交和決定,這些工會出生的兒童屬于一個被認爲是他們的親人。親屬關系的成年人由于集團始終形成系統的認知能力,但他們從來沒有對任何社會的唯一的基本原則。「

莫裏斯戈德利耶,恩高等學院社會科學雜志

産品描述

早期的原始人類親屬聚集在生物研究,從科學,社會人類學,考古學的領導人物,語言學,以提供對人類進化和社會性質的辯論的一個重大突破。

一個重要的新跨越專家之間的協作,包括進化生物學和心理學的人文科學的範圍;社會/文化人類學,考古學,語言學

提供了一個突破性的設定上提供早期人類曆史上的一個新的視角原始研究

辯論有關早期人類社會的基本問題:是否有一個開端之間的語言和有組織的親屬關系和婚姻'的開始連接?目前沒有爲如何調節社會關系的進化選擇性別和原則,有利于一代?

皇家人類學研究所主辦大不列顛及愛爾蘭與英國學院合辦

"This is an important and timely volume, which in its multiple approaches brings new questions to bear on a topic that is the bedrock of anthropology."

Stanley Ulijaszek, University of Oxford

"An international collection of leading figures in paleontology, linguistics, geography and anthropology consider the transition from the biological kinship of primates to social kinship of modern humans which also marks the transition to language and the social control of the environment."

R.H. Barnes, University of Oxford

"For too long, studies of the cultural and the genetic aspects of kinship have proceeded in isolation from one another. This volume marks the beginning of what promises to be a fruitful conversation between evolutionary biology and social anthropology."

Daniel Nettle, Newcastle University

"Early Human Kinship brings together exciting new perspectives from a range of human sciences. Useful for teaching, it will also encourage further cross-disciplinary research into the origins of human kinship, and therefore of humanity itself."

Robert Parkin, University of Oxford

"This important book puts the study of kinship back in the center of deep history-exactly where nineteenth century anthropology first found it. Welcome back!"

Thomas Trautmann, University of Michigan

"In the middle of last century, Lévi-Strauss advanced that our ancestors came out of their animal state as the result of two 「big bangs」. Symbolic thinking and language, he claimed, suddenly appeared, and humans were then able to leave off bedding their sisters or their daughters, and instead exchange them for other men』s daughters. Thus the incest taboo and male domination were sufficient to promote our ancestors from a state of nature to one of culture. Today the authors of Early Human Kinship show that these 「big bangs」 never happened and that the ancestors of modern humans shook off their original animal state through a series of transformations that began with the appearance of Homo erectus and the domestication of fire (500,000 BP). It was above all the development of our ancestors』 cognitive capacities that enabled them to imagine and gradually to put into practice various social forms of sexual intercourse and to decide that the children born of these unions belonged to a given group of adults considered to be their kin. Kinship relations have always formed systems, but they have never been the only founding principle of any society."

Maurice Godelier, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales

Product Description

Early Human Kinship brings together original studies from leading figures in the biological sciences, social anthropology, archaeology, and linguistics to provide a major breakthrough in the debate over human evolution and the nature of society.

A major new collaboration between specialists across the range of the human sciences including evolutionary biology and psychology; social/cultural anthropology; archaeology and linguistics

Provides a ground-breaking set of original studies offering a new perspective on early human history

Debates fundamental questions about early human society: Was there a connection between the beginnings of language and the beginnings of organized 'kinship and marriage'? How far did evolutionary selection favor gender and generation as principles for regulating social relations?

Sponsored by the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland in conjunction with the British Academy

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中文名: 早期人類親屬關系:從性別到社會再生産 原名: Early Human Kinship: From Sex to Social Reproduction 作者: Nicholas J. Allen 圖書分類: 人文社科 資源格式: PDF 版本: 文字版 出版社: Wiley-Blackwell 書號: 978-1405179010 發行時間: 2010年 地區: 美國 語言: 英文 簡介: [url=/bt/detail_95616.html][img]http://image.wangchao.net.cn/bt/1273944774557.jpg[/img][/url] 內容簡介: 「這是一個重要和及時的數量,而在其多種方法帶來新的問題上承擔的課題,它是人類學的基石。」 斯坦利Ulijaszek,牛津大學 「在古生物學的一個國際領先的數字集合,語言學,地理學和人類學考慮從生物親緣關系的靈長類動物的過渡,其中也標志著語言過渡和環境的社會控制現代人類社會的親情。」 高等法院巴恩斯,英國牛津大學 「長久以來,在文化和血緣的遺傳方面的研究已經進行彼此孤立。此書標志著什麽承諾,是進化生物學之間富有成效的對話和社會人類學的開始。」 丹尼爾荨麻,紐卡斯爾大學 「早期人類親緣關系彙集了從人文科學的範圍。教學有用的令人振奮的新觀點,也鼓勵將人類起源的親屬關系進一步交叉學科的研究,因此對人類本身。」 羅伯特帕金,牛津大學 「這重要的書,把促進親屬關系的研究早在深的曆史,正是19世紀的人類學首次發現中心。歡迎回來!」 托馬斯陶德曼,美國密西根大學 「在上個世紀中葉,列維一斯特勞斯發達,我們的祖先就爲兩個」大爆炸「。象征思維和語言的結果出來的動物狀態,他聲稱,突然出現了,當時人類能夠離開過床上用品的姐妹或女兒,而不是交換的其他男人的女兒他們。因此,亂倫禁忌和男性統治足以推動從自然狀態的我們的祖先的文化。如今早期人類親緣關系的作者表明,這些「大爆炸「從來沒有發生過,而現代人類的祖先擺脫通過變革,隨著直立人的外觀及消防馴化(50萬BP)的開始一系列的原始動物狀態。這是首先我們祖先的發展',使他們能夠想象,逐步付諸實施的各種社會形式的性交和決定,這些工會出生的兒童屬于一個被認爲是他們的親人。親屬關系的成年人由于集團始終形成系統的認知能力,但他們從來沒有對任何社會的唯一的基本原則。「 莫裏斯戈德利耶,恩高等學院社會科學雜志 産品描述 早期的原始人類親屬聚集在生物研究,從科學,社會人類學,考古學的領導人物,語言學,以提供對人類進化和社會性質的辯論的一個重大突破。 一個重要的新跨越專家之間的協作,包括進化生物學和心理學的人文科學的範圍;社會/文化人類學,考古學,語言學 提供了一個突破性的設定上提供早期人類曆史上的一個新的視角原始研究 辯論有關早期人類社會的基本問題:是否有一個開端之間的語言和有組織的親屬關系和婚姻'的開始連接?目前沒有爲如何調節社會關系的進化選擇性別和原則,有利于一代? 皇家人類學研究所主辦大不列顛及愛爾蘭與英國學院合辦 "This is an important and timely volume, which in its multiple approaches brings new questions to bear on a topic that is the bedrock of anthropology." Stanley Ulijaszek, University of Oxford "An international collection of leading figures in paleontology, linguistics, geography and anthropology consider the transition from the biological kinship of primates to social kinship of modern humans which also marks the transition to language and the social control of the environment." R.H. Barnes, University of Oxford "For too long, studies of the cultural and the genetic aspects of kinship have proceeded in isolation from one another. This volume marks the beginning of what promises to be a fruitful conversation between evolutionary biology and social anthropology." Daniel Nettle, Newcastle University "Early Human Kinship brings together exciting new perspectives from a range of human sciences. Useful for teaching, it will also encourage further cross-disciplinary research into the origins of human kinship, and therefore of humanity itself." Robert Parkin, University of Oxford "This important book puts the study of kinship back in the center of deep history-exactly where nineteenth century anthropology first found it. Welcome back!" Thomas Trautmann, University of Michigan "In the middle of last century, Lévi-Strauss advanced that our ancestors came out of their animal state as the result of two 「big bangs」. Symbolic thinking and language, he claimed, suddenly appeared, and humans were then able to leave off bedding their sisters or their daughters, and instead exchange them for other men』s daughters. Thus the incest taboo and male domination were sufficient to promote our ancestors from a state of nature to one of culture. Today the authors of Early Human Kinship show that these 「big bangs」 never happened and that the ancestors of modern humans shook off their original animal state through a series of transformations that began with the appearance of Homo erectus and the domestication of fire (500,000 BP). It was above all the development of our ancestors』 cognitive capacities that enabled them to imagine and gradually to put into practice various social forms of sexual intercourse and to decide that the children born of these unions belonged to a given group of adults considered to be their kin. Kinship relations have always formed systems, but they have never been the only founding principle of any society." Maurice Godelier, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales Product Description Early Human Kinship brings together original studies from leading figures in the biological sciences, social anthropology, archaeology, and linguistics to provide a major breakthrough in the debate over human evolution and the nature of society. A major new collaboration between specialists across the range of the human sciences including evolutionary biology and psychology; social/cultural anthropology; archaeology and linguistics Provides a ground-breaking set of original studies offering a new perspective on early human history Debates fundamental questions about early human society: Was there a connection between the beginnings of language and the beginnings of organized 'kinship and marriage'? How far did evolutionary selection favor gender and generation as principles for regulating social relations? Sponsored by the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland in conjunction with the British Academy [url=/bt/detail_95616.html][img]http://image.wangchao.net.cn/bt/1273944776806.jpg[/img][/url]
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