The Family among the Australian Aborigines: A Sociological Study

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INDEX
ABDUCTION, considered as a crime, 38, 39, 41, 55
Adoption, alternative for infanticide, 247
Adultery, punishment of, 92-97, 99, 103, 124
Affection:
Between husband and wife, 68, 70-74, 82-84, 307
Parental, 191-197, 238-257, 269-272, 299
Aggregation, social, its influences, 132-134
Alatunja:
Head of local group, 143
Position hereditary among the Arunta, 225-226
Alcheringa ancestors, reincarnation belief, 214, 215, 218, 221
Allotment of females, its consequences, 60. See also Infant
Betrothal
Altjira, term explained, 215
Ancestors, reincarnation beliefs discussed, 212-233
Angas, G. F., on--marriage customs, 261; maternal love, 239; mode of living, 138; relations between husband and wife, 70; women's work, 276
Animism, fatherhood as determined by animistic ideas, 227-229
Anjea, supernatural being, 228
Annihilation, aboriginal belief in, asserted, 215-216
Anula, tribe:
Marriage customs, 42, 51
Reincarnation and kinship ideas, 220
Aralkililima ceremony, 85
Arunta nation:
Camping rules, 265
Ceremonial licence, 106
Division of labour, 278
Hereditary position of Alatunja, 225-226
Infanticide and motive for, 236
Marriage customs, 41-42
Mourning ceremonies, 85-86
Procreation and reincarnation beliefs, 209, 212, 216, 220-221
Relations of husband and wife, 72
Treatment of children, 244-245
Tribal government, 13
Atninga, avenging party, 13
Authority:
Marital, 67, 68-74, 76, 77-79, 302
Parental, 254-256
See also Law
Avebury, Lord, on primitive law, 10
Bachelors' camp, 164, 262-269
Bahumul, form of betrothal, 40
Bangerang tribe:
Camping rules, 263
Marriage customs, 37, 258, 260
Mode of living, 137, 154, 155, 156, 159
Relations between husband and wife, 69
Treatment of children, 238-239, 248-249
Banks Islanders, determination of paternity, 180
Barrington, George, on marriage customs, 40; on mode of living, 162
Bates, Mrs. D. M., on--infanticide, 236; procreation beliefs, 227; sexual aspect of marriage, 99; tribal divisions and ownership of land, 147-148
Bennett, G., on--infanticide, 235; treatment of children, 241
Betrothal:
Evidence in favour of a ceremony, 52-53, 61-62
Individual appropriation affirmed by, 296
Legal aspect, 57, 60
Prevalence of custom, 48, 66, 306
Statements of authorities, 36-48

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The Family among the Australian Aborigines: A Sociological Study
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction xi
  • Chapter I - Exposition of the Problem and Method 1
  • Chapter II - Modes of Obtaining Wives 34
  • Chapter III - Husband and Wife 67
  • Chapter IV - Sexual Aspect of Marriage 89
  • Chapter V - Mode of Living 132
  • Chapter VI - Discussion of Kinship 168
  • Chapter VII - Parents and Children 234
  • Chapter VIII - Economics 274
  • Chapter IX - Summary and Conclusions 292
  • Addenda 305
  • References and Reading List 310
  • Index 313
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