Savosavo Kinship Terminology: Social Context and Linguistic Features

Wegener C (2013)
Oceanic Linguistics 52(2): 318-340.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
Savosavo kinship terminology is remarkable in that it covers fifteen generations, a feature unique in its immediate geographical context, the Solomon Islands, and rare cross-linguistically. The aim of this paper is to present the kinship terminology system of the easternmost Papuan language from both an anthropological and a linguistic perspective, thus providing a comprehensive account of the terms, the system they form, their morphosyntactic and pragmatic features, and how they are used in everyday life. Both consanguineal and affinal kin are considered.
Stichworte
Kinship; Papuan
Erscheinungsjahr
2013
Zeitschriftentitel
Oceanic Linguistics
Band
52
Ausgabe
2
Seite(n)
318-340
ISSN
1527-9421
eISSN
1527-9421
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2653587

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Wegener C. Savosavo Kinship Terminology: Social Context and Linguistic Features. Oceanic Linguistics. 2013;52(2):318-340.
Wegener, C. (2013). Savosavo Kinship Terminology: Social Context and Linguistic Features. Oceanic Linguistics, 52(2), 318-340.
Wegener, C. (2013). Savosavo Kinship Terminology: Social Context and Linguistic Features. Oceanic Linguistics 52, 318-340.
Wegener, C., 2013. Savosavo Kinship Terminology: Social Context and Linguistic Features. Oceanic Linguistics, 52(2), p 318-340.
C. Wegener, “Savosavo Kinship Terminology: Social Context and Linguistic Features”, Oceanic Linguistics, vol. 52, 2013, pp. 318-340.
Wegener, C.: Savosavo Kinship Terminology: Social Context and Linguistic Features. Oceanic Linguistics. 52, 318-340 (2013).
Wegener, Claudia. “Savosavo Kinship Terminology: Social Context and Linguistic Features”. Oceanic Linguistics 52.2 (2013): 318-340.