"All Our Kin", Written by Carol Stack and "Crested Kimono", Written by Matthews Masayuki Hamabata
During our semester, we have come into contact with four challenging ethnographies and from the four; I have chosen all our kin, written by Carol Stack and Crested Kimono, written by Matthews Masayuki Hamabata. The two famous anthropologists who successfully studied the human field sight of people around the world have written the two ethnographies. Stack is a female anthropologist who went to The Flats in order to study black families with their approval and participation. In the other hand, Hamabata is a male anthropologist who traveled to Japan to "explore the complex economic, emotional, biological, cultural, and religious ties and relations among family members of Japanese family with owned businesses".
The most influential topic that has been the basis for our human society that I have chosen for my final paper is "marriage".…
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