Kinship and Social Cognition in Australian Languages: Kayardild and Pitjantjatjara
While many anthropologists these days dismiss the study of kinship terminologies as something that belongs-or should belong-to the past, from an Australian perspective kin terms must still be seen as an essential guide to the ways in which speakers of man
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