European Kinship in the Age of Biotechnology

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Interest in the study of kinship, a key area of anthropological enquiry, has recently reemerged. Dubbed 'the new kinship', this interest was stimulated by the 'new genetics' and revived interest in kinship and family patterns. This volume investigates the impact of biotechnology on contemporary understandings of kinship, of family and 'belonging' in a variety of European settings and reveals similarities and differences in how kinship is conceived. What constitutes kinship for different publics? How significant are ...

European Kinship in the Age of Biotechnology 2012, Berghahn Books, Oxford

ISBN-13: 9780857453655

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European Kinship in the Age of Biotechnology 2011, Berghahn Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781845455736

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