The House in Southeast Asia: A Changing Social, Economic and Political Domain

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Signe Howell, Stephen Sparkes
Routledge, 4 Jul 2013 - 286 halaman
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Explores the concept of 'house' in the context of Levi-Strauss' idea of the house as a link between kinship-based societies and class societies, developing this further into an examination of a conjuncture of architecture, people and symbolism.
 

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The changing domain of the house in Southeast Asia
1
A theoretical overview
16
3 THE IMMORTALITY OF THE HOUSE IN TANA TORAJA
34
4 MALAY MEANINGS AND METAPHORS IN THE JAMBI SEBERANG HOUSE
53
5 THE HOUSE AS A SYMBOL OF IDENTITY AMONG THE BABA OF MELAKA
67
6 VILLAGE HOUSE AND IDENTITY IN PIPIKORO
83
Struggle for leadership in a changing world among the Kelabit of Sarawak
95
8 TOBA BATAK WOMEN AS CUSTODIANS OF THE HOUSE
114
9 HOUSE AND MORAL COMMUNITY AMONG THE TAl YONG IN NORTHERN THAILAND
133
Residence and kinship among the Isan of Northeast Thailand
150
The house the fish house and the giop sailing boat in North Sulawesi
171
Opposition and reversal in Toba Batak archi tecture
195
Defence perimeters for life and death domains in the South Ryukyus
219
BIBLIOGRAPHY
241
INDEX
263
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