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Kapauku Papuans and their law

Leopold J. Pospisil

Kapauku Papuans and their law

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Published by Human Relations Area Files Press in New Haven, CT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kapauku (New Guinean people),
  • Law, Kapauku.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesYale University publications in anthropology -- no. 54
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN"2"Y32"no. 54
    The Physical Object
    Pagination296 p.
    Number of Pages296
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20422819M

    Danilyn Rutherford’s book Living in the Stone Age contains two main arguments; foremost is her analysis of the state building process in Netherlands New Guinea, mirroring the subtitle of the book, “Reflections on the Origins of a Colonial Fantasy.” In the final two chapters, however, Rutherford shifts focus to a dissolution of the marriage between anthropology and its so-called “savage Missing: Kapauku Papuans. 8 In Pospíšil’s Kapauku cases, these kinds of sanctions happened 24 times, L. Pospíšil, Kapauku Papuans and Their Law, New Haven Yale Univ. Publ. In Anthropology No. 9 Cooter & Fikentscher , ; an anthropology of apology has been developed by John. Michigan Law Review Volume 79 Issue 4 Where Two Worlds Meet: A Time for Reassessment in the both in terms of their own work and through what they have stimu­ lated others to do. For that reason alone, their most recent books offer a good moment to reflect on the subject as a whole. Beyond that, both works represent the culmination of Cited by: 1.


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The Kapauku inhabit the Central Highlands of what is now Irian Jaya, Indonesia (formerly western New Guinea). This entry focuses around the time ofand gives special attention to the village of Botukebo. At this time, the villagers had contact with the Dutch Administration, which established an outpost on Lake Paniani in The Administration and Christian missionaries did not.

Poor Man, Rich Man, Big-man, Chief: Political Types in Melanesia and Polynesia*. Extract. With an eye to their own life goals, the native peoples of Pacific Islands unwittingly present to anthropologists a generous scientific gift: an extended series of experiments in cultural adaptation and evolutionary by: The Kapauku Papuans of West New Guinea (Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology) by Leopold J.

Pospisil and a great selection of related books, Kapauku Papuans and their law book and collectibles available now at   I review the book, The Kapauku Papuans of West New Guinea by Leopold Pospisil. Part of the Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology series. This is an introductory monograph for students on the Kapauku of western New Guinea, covering their Kapauku Papuans and their law book, social and political organization, religious and ceremonial life, world view and acculturation.

The author was one of Kapauku Papuans and their law book first white men to contact the Kapauku and his initial field work occured prior to Dutch colonization in The author depicts Kapauku society as extremely Cited by: Books and Monographs "Law Among the Kapauku of Netherlands New Guinea," (Ph.D.

dissertation, mimeo graphed), Hollandia, Netherlands New Guinea: Bureau for Native Affairs,pp Kapauku Papuans and Their Law, New Haven: Yale University Publications in Anthropology, Vol. 54,pp.

THE KAPAUKU PAPUANS AND THEIR KINSHIP ORGANIZATION1 By Leopold Pospisil Introduction is a name applied by the coastal people of south-western Netherlands New Guinea to a tribe of ab mountain Papuans who inhabit an area in the Central Highlands located between o 25' and o east longitude and 30 25' and 40 io' south latitude.

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Clearly, the enterprise of law — the use of police services, court time, and all other inputs in the process of making law and establishing order — requires scarce resources that must be allocated.

Beyond that, economic theory explains human behavior by considering. Pospisil, L () Kapauku Papuans and their Law, Yale University Press, New Haven Pound, Roscoe () ‘ The Causes of Popular Dissatisfaction with the Administration of Justice ’, 29 American Bar Association Report 1, pp –Cited by: It is taken from a book called "The Kapauku Papuans of West Guinea" by Leopold Pospisil.

It is a case study of a Stone Age Kapauku tribe that led their aboriginal lives undisturbed by the spreading western civilisation until Social control is effected in Kapauku local groups by inducement rather than by force.

The primary form of inducement is the extension or withdrawal of credit. Since a headman's supporters are tied to him through his economic largess, the threat of a withdrawal of. among the Kapauku Papuans of West New Guinea. However, the study of the laws of inheritance and, indeed, the realm of substantive law lack not only a solid body of comparative and exact ethnographic data from various cultures, but also a precise analytical method.

Such a method should be capable ofCited by: 2. culture of the Kapauku Papuans, and for the first time to put my theory to test in a society governed by a non-Western legal system. "Kapauku Papuans and Their Law" represents a little modified version of my PhD dissertation, presented to tne Yale Faculty only two years prior to the book's publication.

As such it had to fulfill several. Buy The Kapauku Papuans of West New Guinea. by Leopold J. Pospisil online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Complete Bibliography Complete Bibliography Pospisil, Leopold J. Books and Monographs "Law Among the Kapauku of Netherlands New Guinea," (Ph.D.

dissertation, mimeographed), Hollandia, Netherlands New Guinea: Bureau for Native Affairs,pp. Kapauku Papuans and Their Law, New Haven: Yale University Publications in Anthropology, Vol. 54,pp. Kapauku. Kapauku Papuans and Their Law () Pospisil’s monograph (hereafter Kapauku Papuans) was his first thorough presentation of fieldwork material from his research in Dutch New Guinea in the mids.

In it Pospisil elaborates on or introduces for the first time important concepts that he was to make the cornerstones of his approach to. The Kapauku Papuans Of West Guinea The material is taken from a book called The Kapauku Papuans Of West Guinea by Leopold Pospisil.

It is a case study of Stone-Age Kapauku tribe who led their aboriginal lives undisturbed by the spreading western civilization until In Kapauku mythology, Ugatame is held as the creator of humanity spirits, the laws of nature, earth and all transgressions. Ugatame has a dual nature of both masculine and feminine qualities and is referred to as the two entities.

Kapauku Papuans and their law. Yale University publications in. Leopold Pospisil pioneered the anthropological study of law and his three books Kapauku Papuans and Their Law, Anthropology of Law, and The Ethnology of Law, along with the students he trained at Yale, are largely responsible for establishing this area of research as a flourishing subfield of anthropology.

The two faces of the Kapauku Papuans, and the way their anarchist-friendly political order rested on a deeply illiberal social order, neatly express how Technology and the End of Authority, by the Cato Institute scholar Jason Kuznicki, is both an interesting and a maddening book.

Kuznicki states that he was inspired to write the book when he. PospIsIL, KAPAUKU PAPUANS, supra n at As did the Cheyenne, K. LLEWELLYN & E. HOEBEL, supra n at L. POSPisIL, KAPAUKU PAPUANS, supra n at (The case reported as Case I in the text is Case 5 in the original.) Although intention plays a role in Kapauku law, it plays none in the law of the : Joseph Perillo.

His books include Kapauku Papuans and Their Law, Anthropology of Law,and Ethnology of Law. Linton K. Caldwell is professor emeritus of public and environmental affairs and Arthur F. Bentley Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Indiana University, where Author: Eugen Weber.

Publication Information The main body of the Publication Information page contains all the metadata that HRAF holds for that document. Author: Author's name as listed in Library of Congress records Pospisil, Leopold J. Title: The Kapauku Papuans and their kinship organization Published in: if part or section of a book or monograph Oceania -- Vol.

30, no. Hoebel The Cheyenne Way: Conflict and Case Law in Primitive Jurisprudence K N Llewellyn Kapauku Papuans and Their Law Yale University Publications in AnthropologyAuthor: Leopold Pospisil.

Part I of The Enterprise of Law is devoted to showing that, in fact, "our modern reliance on government to make law and establish order is not the historical norm"(2).

The historical norm was customary law which, spontaneously created and voluntarily obeyed, provided law and order in all early g: Kapauku Papuans.

The qualities that allow a person to become a big man among the Kapauku Papuans are hard work, lots of pigs, generosity, eloquence, physical fitness, bravery, and supernatural powers. true Most of what we know about chiefdoms we know from ethnographic examples in Africa.

Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia. Pospisil, Leopold J. Anthropology of law: a comparative theory [by] Leopold Pospisil Harper & Row New York Kapauku Papuans and their law / Leopold Pospisil.

Which of the following statements concerning the Kapauku Papuans is not true. The role of big man is an ascribed status, passed on from father to son.

All of the following are age grades that were commonly recognized in African tribal societies except. 5 For an pdf and concise account of the Kapauku Papuans, see L.

POSPISIL, THE Pdf PAPUANS OF WEST NEW GUINEA (). The comparative jurist will find most helpful L. POSPISIL, KAPAUKU PAPUANS AND THEIR LAW (). 6 For an excellent discussion of this issue, see Bar-Hillel, Syntactical and SemanticalAuthor: Ovid C.

Lewis.Download pdf most important include: Kapauku Papuan Economy, New Haven, ; Kapauku Papuans and Their Law, New Haven, ; The Kapauku Papuans of West New Guinea, New York, ; Anthropology of Law: A Comparative Theory, New Haven, Pospisil has contributed and deeply influenced the anthropological discipline with his research and by using so.

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Benson has produced a carefully researched and comprehensive Pages: