TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «PATRIFOCALITY»
The term «patrifocality» is barely ever used and occupies the 207.712
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PATRIFOCALITY»
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Past, Present and Future of Research in the Information Society
Patrifocality? Our work addresses the manner in which the Internet affects the
constraints on women pursuing scientific careers in Kerala, India and how this
impact has changed over the past decade. We examined 90 face-to-face
Wesley Shrum, Keith Benson, Wiebe Bijker, 2007
New Infrastructures for Knowledge Production: Understanding ...
Our focus here is a second overarching feature of the Indian system, which has
been described as “patrifocality.” While extended discussions may be found in
Mukhopadhyay and Seymour (1994) and Subrahmanyan (1998), the significant ...
Women and Slavery: Africa, the Indian Ocean world, and the ...
A tendency toward patrifocality among gens de couleur of Indian ancestry or
origin may be likewise be inferred from the fact that individual men received 64.6
percent of the eighty-two grants and sales made to members of this particular ...
Gwyn Campbell, Suzanne Miers, Joseph Calder Miller, 2007
The Western Métis: Profile of a People
An implication for readers of Brown's book is whether matrifocality rather than
patrifocality would explain the appearance of the Métis. Were the Métis the
cultural product of children enculturated apart from the band in a family in which
the wife ...
Subjectivity in Asian Children’s Literature and Film: Global ...
Patrifocality, as defined by Mukhopadhyay and Seymour, is a kinship and family
structure that may take various forms but always implies the subordination of
individual goals and interests to the welfare of the larger family; patrilineal ...
Communication Yearbook 33
themore individualist choicewithin U.S.culture,Guptaand Sharma(2002)argued
that womeninIndianculture experience patrifocality (Mukhopadhyay & Seymour,
1994; Subrahmanyan,1998), a system that givesprecedence to meninthe ...
How to Read Ethnography
The patrifocality or matrifocality of a family structure cannot be defined by
reference to the domestic organisation only, since, as we have already seen, the
family structure includes relations between households as well as within them
and is ...
Huon Wardle, Paloma Gay y Blasco, 2007
Strangers in Blood: Fur Trade Company Families in Indian Country
merit its own term — patrifocality — whereby fathers involved themselves in
considerable social, economic, and emotional commitments toward the proper
upbringing, education, and placement of offspring. Such fathers were not
Jennifer S. H. Brown, 1996
Women Scientists in the Third World: The Indian Experience
In Chapter 3, I explored within a framework of patrifocality some of the factors that
contributed to the choice of science as a specialization by a group of academic
women scientists. In this chapter, I extend this idea of patrifocality to the factors ...
Lalita Subrahmanyan, 1998
The family in the Caribbean: proceedings of the Second ...
These alternative possibilities may be referred to as patrifocality, matrifocality and
relative equality of the sexes. All three are to be found in specific situations in the
Caribbean. In three generational households there are at least six categories ...
Stanford Neil Gerber, 1973