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Native Clanship in Relation to the Franchise," The Mercury, August 30, 1860.
One road at this carrefour dans un tourbillon in MacDhomhnaill's translation can lead us to Gaelic Scotland's tradition of clanship poetry from a time of huge turmoil for the Highlands and Islands.
Maclnnes, Clanship, Commerce and the House of Stuart, 1603-1788 (East Linton, 1996).
De hecho, es en este periodo cuando se publican obras cumbres de la antropologia, tales como The Nuer de Evans-Pritchard The Dynamics of Clanship Among the Tallensi por Meyer Fortes, y algunos de los volumenes editados mas conocidos como fueron Sistemas africanos de parentesco y matrimonio y Sistemas politicos africanos.
Issa-Salwe, "The Failure of The Daraawiish State, The Clash Between Somali Clanship and State System," (Paper Presented at the 5th International Congress of Somali Studies, December 1993, Thames Valley University, London, UK) http://www.
3) Meyer Fortes, The Dynamics of Clanship among the Tallensi (London: Oxford University Press, 1945).
Large families and clanship have always ensured that anyone down on their luck had a place to stay and a hot meal to eat, especially the elderly.
Accurate maps of tribal, ethnic and clanship boundaries are, of course, helpful.
23) For more on the troubled relationship between the British Army and the Highlands, originating in the post-Culloden recruitment of Highland soldiers, see James Hunter, The Last of the Free: A Millennial History of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland (Edinburgh: Mainstream Publishing, 2000), and Alan MacInnes, Clanship, Commerce and the House of Stuart, 1603-1788 (East Linton: Tuckwell Press, 1996).
The same applies to the patriarchal traditions of clanship and lineage that confined women.
A Santa Clara takes his seasonal orientation and clanship from his parents.
Indeed, a dominant approach in the studies of Chinese overseas is to begin with China as the origin, and interpret Chinese overseas communities in terms of the degree to which they adhere to the politics, culture, kinship, or clanship organization of China (see Pan 1998).