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Women and kinship : Comparative perspectives on gender in South and South-East Asia. This is the first sustained effort to compare South and South-East Asia in respect of the situation of women. Rich in information ad insights, the book fills a gap in gender studies at the same time as it challenges facile generalizations and provokes probing into apparently similar phenomena.

Comparative Perspective on Gender in South and South-East Asia. This is the first sustained effort to work out a comparison between South and Southeast Asia in respect of the situation of women. Author: UNU. Publication date: May 1997. Arguing that kinship systems provide an important context in which gender relations are located, the study looks at three types of kinship system, found in their various forms in the two regions of Asia: predominantly patrilineal South Asia and predominantly bilateral Southeast Asia, with a presence of matriliny in both.

Women and Kinship: Comparative Perspectives on Gender in South and South-East Asia. Mary Beth Mills, "Women and Kinship: Comparative Perspectives on Gender in South and South-East Asia. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. How Humans and Apes Are Different, and Why It Matters. Narco-heritage and the Touristification of the Drug Lord Pablo Escobar in Medellin, Colombia.

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Transnational marriages East Asian family welfare model gender social reproduction care social policy ethnicity South Korea Taiwan Vietnam. Download to read the full chapter text. Dube, Leela, 1997: Women and kinship: comparative perspectives on gender in South and South-East Asia (Tokyo: United Nations University Press). Faist, Thomas, 2000: The Volume and Dynamics of International Migration and Transnational Social Spaces (Oxford: Clarendon Press).

This is the first sustained effort to compare South and South-East Asia in respect of the situation of women

This is the first sustained effort to compare South and South-East Asia in respect of the situation of women. Arguing that kinship systems provide an important context in which gender relations are located, the study looks at three types of kinship system, found in their various forms in the two regions of Asia - predominantly patrilineal South Asia and predominantly bilateral South-East Asia, with a presence of matriliny in both. No current Talk conversations about this book.

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Southeast and South Asia are home to one-third of the world’s population

Southeast and South Asia are home to one-third of the world’s population. Their great economic and cultural diversity makes generalization about fam-ily patterns and trends hazardous. Evolution of families in Southeast and South Asia is quite distinct from that in the neighboring region of East Asia, where many of the family changes have overshot those in Europe and North America in terms of the low fertility and marriage rate ( Jones 2017, Jones & Yeung 2014, Raymo et al.

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