Crimen y costumbre en la sociedad salvaje

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Ariel, 1982 - 153 pages
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Introduccion. Cronologia. Bibliografia. Crimen y costumbre en la sociedad salvaje. Prologo. Introduccion. Primera parte. El derecho primitivo y el orden. I. La sumision automatica a las cortumbres y el verdadero problema. II. La economia de los melanesios y la teoria del comunismo primitivo. III. La efectividad de las obligaciones economicas. IV. reciprocidad y organizacion dual. V. Ley, interes y ambicion social. VI. Las reglas de derecho en los actos religiosos. VII. Derecho matrimonial. VIII. El principio de reciprocidad permea la vida tribal. IX. La reciproci-dad como base de la estructura social. X. Definicion y clasificacion de las reglas consuetudinarias. XI. Una definicion antropologica del derecho. XII. Dispositivos propiamente juridicos. XIII. Conclusion y anticipacion. Segunda parte. El crimen primitivo y su castigo. I. La infraccion de la ley y el restablecimiento del orden. II. La hechiceria y el suicidio como influencias legales. III. Sistemas juridicos en conflicto. IV. Los factores de cohesion social en una tribu primitiva.

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Bronislaw Malinowski, a Polish-born British anthropologist, was a major force in transforming nineteenth-century speculative anthropology into an observation-based science of humanity. His major interest was in the study of culture as a universal phenomenon and in the development of fieldwork techniques that would both describe one culture adequately and, at the same, time make systematic cross-cultural comparisons possible. He is considered to be the founder of the functional approach in the social sciences which involves studying not just what a cultural trait appears to be, but what it actually does for the functioning of society. Although he carried out extensive fieldwork in a number of cultures, he is most famous for his research among the Trobrianders, who live on a small island off the coast of New Guinea.

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