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by A. L. Epstein

  • ISBN: 0520075625
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: A. L. Epstein
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of California Press; First edition (February 12, 1992)
  • Pages: 328
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In the Midst of Life: Affect and Ideation in the World of the Tolai (Studies in Melanesian Anthropology, No 9). A. L. Epstein.

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In his new book, A. Epstein develops an emotional profile of the Tolai . Epstein describes a wide range of mourning ceremonies and other more and less public occasions. Tolai (Melanesian people)-Social life and customs. Epstein develops an emotional profile of the Tolai, contending that societies are distinguished as much by the shape of their emotional life as they are by their social arrangements and cultural styles. By investigating not only the words that stand for emotions but also the way affect enters into and informs people's conduct, he charts a new course for ethnography that seeks to integrate the study of the emotions into anthropological analysis.

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A. Epstein, In the Midst of Life: Affect and Ideation in the World of the Tolai The gender of the gift, Marilyn Strathern. p. c. Studies in Melanesian anthropology) Bibliography : p. Includes index

A. Epstein, In the Midst of Life: Affect and Ideation in the World of the Tolai. 10. James G. Carrier, e. History and Tradition in Melanesian Anthropology. 11. Karen J. Brison, Just Talk: Gossip, Meetings, and Power in a Papua New Guinea Village. 12. Terence E. Hays, e. Ethnographic Presents: Pioneering Anthropologists in the Papua New Guinea Highlands. 13. Michele Stephen, A'aisa's Gifts: A Study of Magic and the Self. The gender of the gift, Marilyn Strathern. Includes index. ISBN 0520072022 (alk. paper) 1. MelanesiansSocial life and customs. 2. WomenMelanesia Social conditions.

Studies in Melanesian Anthropology. In his new book, A. Epstein develops an emotional profile of the Tolai, contending that societies are distinguished as much by. .

affect and ideation in theworld of the Tolai. Studies in Melanesian anthropology - 9. Classifications. Published 1992 by University of California Press in Berkeley, Oxford.

The Tolai are among the most distinctive of Papua New Guinea's indigenous peoples

The Tolai are among the most distinctive of Papua New Guinea's indigenous peoples.

The Tolai are among the most distinctive of Papua New Guinea's indigenous peoples. For all their success in the pursuit of modernity, the Tolai remain traditional in their attitudes toward death, the cultural elaboration of which colors almost every aspect of their existence.In his new book, A. L. Epstein develops an emotional profile of the Tolai, contending that societies are distinguished as much by the shape of their emotional life as they are by their social arrangements and cultural styles. Epstein describes a wide range of mourning ceremonies and other more and less public occasions. By investigating not only the words that stand for emotions but also the way affect enters into and informs people's conduct, he charts a new course for ethnography that seeks to integrate the study of the emotions into anthropological analysis.