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Title:Women's perspectives on patrilineality in southern Ethiopia
Editors:Thubauville, SophiaISNI
Gabbert, Echi ChristinaISNI
Year:2014
Periodical:Paideuma (ISSN 0078-7809)
Volume:60
Pages:139-204
Language:English
Geographic term:Ethiopia
Subjects:patriarchy
women
gender relations
Arbore
Hadiya
Hamar
Maale
Link:https://www.jstor.org/stable/i40177710
Abstract:This collection of articles provides insights into the category of patrilineality by providing case studies from patrilineal societies in southern Ethiopia that show the flexible and particular interpretations and multiple identities that women create within and around the conceptual framework of patrilineality. Contributions: Gender and identification in patrilineal and patriarchal societies: case studies from southern Ethiopia (Sophia Thubauville and Echi Christina Gabbert); Mobile women, immobile men? Gender and identification of women among the Maale of southern Ethiopia (Sophia Thubauville); Marrying into an age-set: the redefinition of social relations and extension of women's social networks in Bashada (Susanne Epple); Powerful mothers - radical daughters: tales about and cases of women's agency among the Arbore of southern Ethiopia (Echi Christina Gabbert); Approaching abduction through narratives: love and violence in a Hadiya village, southwestern Ethiopia (Valentina Peveri). Bibliogr., notes, ref., sum. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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