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Incest : the nature and origin of the taboo / by Emile Durkheim ; translated, with an introduction, by Edward Sagarin. Together with The origins and the development of the incest taboo, by Albert Ellis
Bib ID 2194854
Format BookBook
Author
Durkheim, Émile, 1858-1917
 
Uniform Title Prohibition de l'inceste et ses origines. English
Description New York : Lyle Stuart, c1963 
186 p. 
Summary

Originally published in French in 1897 under title La prohibition de linceste et ses origines; includes The origins and the development of the incest taboo by Albert Ellis which surveys previous works on the subject; p.17-18; Brief notes on punishment for incest (Victoria, Tatathi, N.S.W.); p.20; Section names in Kamilaroi, Kiabara, Buadik, Wotjobaluk; p.28-57; Notes on clans and phratries of Kamilaroi, marriage rules - Australia generally, Narrinyerri, Kamilaroi, Kurnai, Chipara; totemic character of beliefs; notes on Dieri relationships, infanticide; quotes Frazer, Howitt, Fison, Curr.

Notes

This work of Durkheim originally appeared as La prohibition de l'inceste et ses origines in L'Annee sociologique, v. 1, 1897.

Bibliographies: p. 116-119; p. 169-174.

Subjects Incest.  |  Clans.  |  Wergaia / Wotjobaluk people (S17) (Vic SI54-15)  |  Yugambeh / Yugumbir people (E17) (Qld SG56-15)  |  Gabalbara people (E45) (Qld SF55-12)  |  Wergaia / Wotjobaluk language (S17) (Vic SI54-15)  |  Bungandidj / Buandig people (S13) (SA SJ54-06)  |  Kurnai / Gunai language group (S68) (Vic SJ55)  |  Social organisation - Kinship - Marriage.  |  Diyari / Dieri language (L17) (SA SH54-01)  |  Yugambeh / Yugumbir language (E17) (Qld SG56-15)  |  Social organisation - Avoidance rules - Avoidance relationships.  |  Kurnai / Gunai people (S68) (Vic SJ55)  |  Bungandidj / Buandig language (S13) (SA SJ54-06)  |  Dadi Dadi / Dardi Dardi people (S28) (Vic SI54-12)  |  Gabalbara language (E45) (Qld SF55-12)  |  Gamilaraay / Gamilaroi / Kamilaroi language (D23) (NSW SH55-12)  |  Dadi Dadi / Dardi Dardi language (S28) (Vic SI54-12)  |  Sex relations - Child sexual abuse - Incest.  |  Social organisation - Kinship - Kinship terms.  |  Religion - Totemism.  |  Gamilaraay / Gamilaroi / Kamilaroi people (D23) (NSW SH55-12)  |  Diyari / Dieri people (L17) (SA SH54-01)  |  Southwest New South Wales (SW NSW SI54, SI55)  |  Victoria (Vic)  |  North West New South Wales (NW NSW SH54, SH55, SI54)  |  South Australia - West (SA SH53, SI53)  |  Northwest New South Wales (NW NSW SH54, SH55, SI54)
Other authors/contributors Ellis, Albert, 1913- Origins and development of the incest taboo
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