Chinese Lineage and Society: Fukien and Kwantung
Bloomsbury Academic, 1966 - 207 頁
Aims to take the argument first set out in Lineage Organization in South-Eastern China, a step further. This book incorporates some of Professor Freedman's field data and draws on a variety of written sources. It seeks to analyse certain crucial institutions of Chinese society within the framework of contemporary anthropological theory.
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