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Notes on Northern Katang Kinship and Society

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Title:Notes on Northern Katang Kinship and Society
Authors:Miller, Carolyn
Date Issued:01 Dec 2017
Abstract:The patrilineal clan system is still very strong in Katang society in southern Laos. This affects how a person relates to and addresses both his father's and mother's kin groups. It also is important in choosing a marriage partner. This paper provides a listing of the common kinship terms in Katang. Ritual and authority are also an important part of village life, and affect property ownership and work relationships. This article discusses some of these features of Katang society and those who provide leadership at both clan and village level.
Pages/Duration:7 pages
Journal:Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society
Appears in Collections: B. Data Papers / Book Reviews / Other Notes

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