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Method and theory in the semantics and cognition of kinship terminology
Lawrence Elwayne Nogle
|Statement||by Lawrence Elwayne Nogle.|
|Series||Janua linguarum : Series minor ;, v. 205, Janua linguarum., 205.|
|LC Classifications||GN480 .N63|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||110 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||110|
|LC Control Number||73091400|
This book presents a novel approach to verb classes, employing a bottom-up, corpus-based methodology and combining key insights from Frame Semantics, Construction Grammar, and Valency Grammar. Method and theory in the semantics and cognition of kinship terminology. Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign : Kinship terms are words used in a speech community to identify relationships between individuals in a family (or a kinship unit). This is also called kinship terminology. A classification of persons related through kinship in a particular language or culture is called a kinship : Richard Nordquist.
The goal of this paper is to relate formal analysis of kinship terminologies to a better understanding of who, culturally, are defined as our kin. Part 1 Cited by: The hildren’s Acquisition of Kinship Knowledge: Theory and Method (AKTAM) workshop is funded by the ER project VariKin: ultural Evolution of Kinship Diversity, and is an activity of the EX D investigates how the startling (yet not infinite!) variety in human culture has evolved.
Denotative Kinship Term: "A kinship term which applies only to relatives in a single kinship category as defined by generation, sex, and genealogical connection. Derivative Kinship Term: "A term that is a compound of an elementary kin term and another sound or phrase, e.g., "sister-in-law" or "stepson".". The Psychology of Kinship – Research Proposal This line of cultural evolutionary theory is and compete, with a culturally-evolved kinship system, involving kin categories, terminology, norms, and expectations that are re-enforced in daily life. This approach derives from the view that.
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[Lawrence Elwayne Nogle]. The Punjabi Kinship Terminology as a Semantic System’ MURRAY J. LEAF U. Analysis of kinship terminologies as semantic systems has been imbedded in two opposing theoretical frameworks, a “componential” framework that connects terminological sets Cited by: Kinship terminology is the system used in languages to refer to the persons to whom an individual is related through ent societies classify kinship relations differently and therefore use different systems of kinship terminology; for example, some languages distinguish between consanguine and affinal uncles (i.e.
the brothers of one's parents and the husbands of the sisters of. In book: The Cambridge Handbook of Formal Semantics, Chapter: 24, Publisher: Cambridge University Press, Editors: Maria Aloni, Paul Dekker, pp Method and theory in the semantics and. terminology.
Journal of Cognition 7 A long-standing issue in kinship theory stems from the presence of kinship terminologies with kin terms having genealogical referents crosscutting, rather. Kinship terminology, in anthropology, the system of names applied to categories of kin standing in relationship to one another.
The possibilities for such nomenclature would seem limitless, but anthropologists have identified a small number of basic systems that are found in all world societies. Kinship - Kinship - Descent theory: Kinship was regarded as the theoretical and methodological core of social anthropology in the early and middle part of the 20th century.
Although comparative studies gradually abandoned an explicit evolutionist agenda, there remained an implicit evolutionary cast to the way in which kinship studies were framed. Kinship is a natural element in biology. It is the genetic relationship between individuals and groups over time. It is a method for describe the inherited relationships in term the source and evolution of an organism.
There are for example a numb. Consanguineal: This kinship is based on blood—or birth: the relationship between parents and children as well as siblings, says the Sociology is the most basic and universal type of kinship.
Also known as a primary kinship, it involves people who are directly n: Kinship is a fundamental feature and basis of human societies. We describe a set of computational tools and services, and the logic that underlies these, developed to improve how we understand both the fundamental facts of kinship and how people use kinship as a resource in their by: 3.
interpretation of kinship terminology can be valuable for general linguistic theory as well for social anthropologists, since the data provided by kinship systems (along with various other kinds of data) can serve to “separate the men froin the boys,” i.e.
the linguistic theories that can neatly account for them from those that by: a system in which kinship ties are calculated through either the mother or the father, but with an option Fictive kinship (example:!Kung) manipulation of kinship. Acknowledgements. This chapter is based on knowledge shared with me by members of the Thaayorre community, in particular Mrs.
Myrtle Foote, Mr. Alfred Charlie, Mrs. Molly Edwards, Mr. Gilbert Jack, Mr. Albert Jack and Mr. Freddy Tyore; I express my heartfelt thanks for their by: 2. kinship terms and social meanings as brought out by kinship terms.
Chapter three examines Kimeru kinship terms used for various kinship relations and the formation of these kinship terms. This chapter also provides an analysis of Kimeru kinship terms within the framework of. The following chapters cover topics such as descent, inheritance, succession, the family, residence, marriage, kinship terminology, systems of affinal alliance, the new reproductive technologies, and symbolic approaches to kinship.
In Part II the first four chapters provide an overview of theoretical debates concerning different aspects of by: In anthropology, kinship is the web of social relationships that form an important part of the lives of all humans in all societies, although its exact meanings even within this discipline are often debated.
Anthropologist Robin Fox states that "the study of kinship is the study of what man does with these basic facts of life – mating, gestation, parenthood, socialization, siblingship etc.
Cognitive Semantics and the Lexicon where kinship terminology can be extremely complex—and puzzling to outsiders. There are many such studies, The third major theory summarized in Chapter 4 is Generative Lexicon Theory (GL; Pustejovsky ).
GL shows some of the ways in which the meaning of an utterance is spread across its by: 2. Anthropologists concerned with formal semantic analysis have overwhelmingly accepted the notion that the referential universe of kinship terms is genealogically constrained, while those concerned with a more discursive and symbolic approach have been equally consistent in rejecting that constraint.
Formal analysts have typically defended their view by citing (semantic) psychological arguments Cited by: N. Evans, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Kinship terminology is simultaneously complex, orderly, and culturally variable.
This combination has made it a testing ground for many approaches to semantic analysis. At the same time, the use of kinship terms as address terms brings in considerations of footing and politeness, which can detach the logic of. the assignment of kinship status to someone who is not related by descent or marriage Iriquois terminology a system of kin terms which groups relatives together on the basis of relation through the mother or father; a bifurcate merging system.FORMAL ANALYSIS OF KINSHIP TERMINOLOGIES AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO WHAT CONSTITUTES KINSHIP (COMPLETE TEXT) DWIGHT W.
READ 1 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA [email protected] Abstract The goal of this paper is to relate formal analysis of kinship terminologies to a better understanding of who, culturally, are defined .semantics per se (see Wallace and Atkins ). Starting with Lounsbury (), however, this view increas-ingly came under attack in anthropology, and by the mids Kay () not unreasonably opined that the "data of English kinship semantics point to the inescapable conclu-sion that the meanings of dictionary entries cannot, in general.