Contesting Marshall Sahlins on Kinship
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Volume 84, Issue 1, pages 19–37, March 2014
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Shapiro, W. (2014), Contesting Marshall Sahlins on Kinship. Oceania, 84: 19–37. doi: 10.1002/ocea.5033
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