8 edition of Black Carib household structure found in the catalog.
Black Carib household structure
Nancie L. Solien GonzГЎlez
|Statement||[by] Nancie L. Solien González.|
|Series||American Ethnological Society. Monographs ;, 48, Monographs of the American Ethnological Society ;, 48.|
|LC Classifications||E51 .A556 vol. 48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 163 p.|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||77093024|
Black Carib Household Structure: A Study of Migration and Modernization. Power in the Domestic Sphere. (Book Reviews: Male Dominance and Female Autonomy. The other two cultures (Black. The Negro Family in British Guiana (London, ); Smith, M. G., Kinship and Community in Carriacau (New Haven, ) and West Indian Family Structure (Seattle, ); and Gonzalez, Nancie L. S., Black Carib Household Structure (Seattle and London, ). Households headed by single males do not appear in these societies.
In contrast, this volume focuses upon a single ethnic group, the Black Caribs (Garifuna) of Central America and St. Vincent Island, and explores the interrelationships among the ethnohistory, sociocultural characteristics, demography, morphology, and genetic structure of the group. GONZÁLEZ Nancy, Black Carib household structure. Washington: University of Washington Press, The first book on women's political history in Belize, From Colony to Nation demonstrates.
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Seattle and London, University of Washington Press,ix -j- p., bibl., index, tabl., pi., maps (The American Ethnological Society. Monograph, 48).Author: Kathleen Ryan. Nancie L Solien Gonzalez is the author of books such as Black Carib Household Structure.
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Series Title: Monographs of the American Ethnological Society, Responsibility: [by] Nancie L. Solien. Domestic Life) and 6 (Domestic Structures of Black Carib Society), Gonzalez has published an elaborated statement of her usage of the terms "family" and household", and it would seem worth quoting the more recent statement here: I suggest that we reserve the term "household" for the cooperative group which maintains.
While there she published her first book, A Heritage of Pride: The Spanish Americans of New Mexico (University of New Mexico Press, ), followed closely by Black Carib Household Structure: A study of Migration and Modernization (University of Washington Press, ).
Gonzalez moved to the University of Iowa in as assistant chair of the. Both the Island Caribs (Yellow Caribs) and the Black Caribs fought against the British during the Second Carib War. However, the British deported only the Garifuna (entire population of 4, of which around 55% died of Yellow fever), while the Island Caribs were allowed to stay ( in total, of which only 80 survived the war).
Black Caribs refer to the Garifuna ethnic group native to the island of St. Black Caribs or Garinagu are a mix of Amerindian and African people native to the island of Yurumein now called St Vincent.
The Garifuna, singular of Garinagu, population retains the. The anthropology of the Caribbean has been called “the battle ground for competing theories regarding family structure” (D’Amico-Samuels ).
Anthropologists were confounded by a distinct regional family structure, including late age at marriage, high rates of births to single women, matrifocality, child dispersal, de facto polygyny, serial monogamy, and severe beating of children.
Black Carib household structure: A study of migration and modernization. Seattle: University of Washington Press. Harney, S. Nationalism and identity: culture and the imagination in a Caribbean diaspora. Kingston, Jamaica: University of the West Indies Press.
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Abstract. So-called “Carib” populations have inhabited three major areas of the New World tropics (Map 1). South American Caribs, the most prominent aboriginal family north of the Amazon, consist of several widely distributed, but linguistically related, tribes, such as the Galibi of the Guyana coast and the Yukpa of the Colombian—Venezuelan borderlands.
This chapter focuses on women in Belize. This Central American nation, formerly known as British Honduras, became independent in and currently has. Excerpt This book is about the Garifuna, more commonly known in the anthropological literature as Black Caribs, a people who presently inhabit the Atlantic littoral of Central America from Belize to Nicaragua; there are also clusters of Garifuna in several Central American cities and in the United States.
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Villamil JOSÉ HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ. Return Migration to Puerto Rico, reviewed by José A. Garmendia V. Nancie Gonzalez1, in a study of Black Carib household structure in Honduras, makes the following observation: In all instances in which we find the (con-sangunineal household), the society is living, as it were, on the fringes of Western civiliza-tion.
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