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Kinship politics in postwar Philippines

the Lopez family, 1946-2000

by Mina Roces

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Published by De La Salle University Press in Malate, Manila, Philippines .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Philippines,
  • Philippines.
    • Subjects:
    • Political culture -- Philippines.,
    • Kinship -- Political aspects -- Philippines.,
    • Lopez family.,
    • Philippines -- Politics and government -- 1946-

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesLopez family, 1946-2000
      StatementMina Roces.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS686.5 .R69 2001
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 330 p. :
      Number of Pages330
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3604078M
      ISBN 109715553966
      LC Control Number2002346745
      OCLC/WorldCa49891746

      kinship politics. Finally, it is incumbent on me'to note that McCoy includes my dissertation in his list of hagiographies. Entitled "Kinship Politics in Post-War Philippines: The Lopez Family, " (Maria Natividad Roces, Ph.D. diss., The University of Michigan, ), this dissertation argues that the conflict between kinship politics. This was a concept Filipino historian Mina Roces introduced in her book, Kinship Politics In Postwar Philippines: The Lopez Family In many ways an effort that arose out of dissatisfaction with the anthology An Anarchy of Families: State and Family in the Philippines and Phoenix: The saga of the Lopez family, Roces puts forward two.

      Philippines - Philippines - The period of U.S. influence: The juxtaposition of U.S. democracy and imperial rule over a subject people was sufficiently jarring to most Americans that, from the beginning, the training of Filipinos for self-government and ultimate independence—the Malolos Republic was conveniently ignored—was an essential rationalization for U.S. hegemony in the .   Politics in the Philippines is not male-dominated, but gendered. This book examines how women hold power unofficially through their kinship ties with male politicians. Examining the perspectives of local concepts of power, the author explores gender and power in post-war Philippines and characterizes kinship politics embedded in the predominate Author: Mina Roces.

      As kinship groups and ties are often the most basic level of social organization in Africa, they also have a long history on the continent as being important to more complex, political organizations. The Social Life of Politics examines the intimate, personal, and family dimensions of two political activist groups: the Union of National Civil Servants (UPCN) and the Association of State Workers (ATE). These two unions represent distinct political orientations within Argentina's broad, vibrant labor movement: the UPCN identifies as.


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Philippine kinship uses the generational system in kinship terminology to define family. It is one of the more simple classificatory systems of kinship (especially if compared to the complex English-language kinship system, e.g., cousin).One's genetic relationship or bloodline is often overridden by the desire to show proper respect that is due in the Philippine culture to age and the nature.

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Kinship involves how people classify each other, the rules that affect people's behavior, and people's actual behavior. In the San kinship system, both family and kinship relationships are recognized and valued through the practice of marriage, sharing, and generalized reciprocity.

Kinship also means time for socializing with kin and friends. In anthropology, kinship is the web of social relationships that form an important part of the lives of all humans in all societies, although its exact meanings even within this discipline are often debated.

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