Polynesian ceremonial gift exchanges

  • 39 Pages
  • 0.77 MB
  • English
s.n. , [New Zealand?
Polynesians -- Customs and pract
Other titlesOceania.
Statementby H. Ian Hogbin.
The Physical Object
Pagination39p., [3] leaves of plate ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18797060M

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The Essay on the Gift was a part of an organized onslaught on contemporary political theory, a plank in the platform against utilitarianism.

This intention is fully recognized in the new journal, MAUSS.3 Mauss himself wrote very little about political philosophy but The.

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Fale Faka-Tu’i – As with many chiefly Polynesian structures, the Fale Faka-Tu’i is built on a raised rock platform, but in typical Tongan architectural style, it. The Gift is a classic of anthropological literature. Mauss describes gift giving in the context of Melanesian, Polynesian, and Northwest Coast Indian contexts.

For Mauss, gift-giving is the keystone element of social cohesion in non-capitalist societies. His argument is both economically evolutionary, and functionalist/5. Gift exchange, also called ceremonial exchange, the transfer of goods or services that, although regarded as voluntary by the people involved, is part of the expected social exchange may be distinguished from other types of exchange in several respects: the first offering is made in a generous manner and there is no haggling between donor and recipient; the exchange is an.

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Free Returns % Satisfaction Guarantee Fast Shipping. toonga, but the T ongan koloa are the main gift—first inversion—and are ceremonial cloth (“native cloth” or “tapa” as the Western literature calls it, siapo in Samoa) and not pigs, foodsAuthor: Serge Tcherkezoff.

In ceremonial exchanges of food, etc. (oloa) and mats, etc. (toonga, the toonga are given in return for a first gift of oloa and are announced as “the covering” of the initial gift and givers.

At a cosmological level, the Samoan fine mat is, fundamentally, a “cover for life.”Cited by: 1. Kula, also known as the Kula exchange or Kularing, is a ceremonial exchange system conducted in the Milne Bay Province of Papua New Kula ring was made famous by the father of modern anthropology, Bronisław Malinowski, who used this test case to argue for the universality of rational decision making (even among 'natives'), and for the cultural nature of the object of their effort.

The traditional culture of Samoa is a communal way of life based on Fa'a Samoa, the unique socio-political Samoan culture, most activities are done together. There are 3 main parts in the Samoan culture, that is faith, family and traditional living quarters, or fale (houses), contain no walls and up to 20 people may sleep on the ground in the same fale.

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Gift giving in Samoan culture is a common practice that holds a lot of weight. In fact, they call gifts “Meaalofa” which translates to “a thing of love.' Samoans view every gift as a tangible representation of their feelings toward the recipient because gifts are the best way to.

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Vol. 3, No. 1, Sep., Published by: Wiley on behalf of Oceania Publications, University of Sydney. Correspondence, shorter reports and book reviews are also published.

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Read Book Review: The Gift by Marcel Mauss. A brilliant example of the comparative method,The Gift presents the first systematic study of the custom—widesprea The essay is an exploration of gift exchanges in relation to social integration and reciprocity, and Mauss' central argument is the binding relations created through processes of /5(30).

intermediate between exchanges marked by exaggerated rivalry like those of the American north-west and Melanesia, and others more moderate where the contracting parties rival each other with gifts: for instance, the French compete with each other in their ceremonial gifts, parties, weddings, and File Size: KB.

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“They love it. They can use the gift certificates any time of the year, and we don’t have to worry. It was primarily the objects used in ceremonial exchanges by the Samoans and the Maori which provided Mauss, in his essay, The Gift, with the opportunity to discuss the system of ritual gift-exchange found in Polynesia.¹ Since this essay, Mauss has become an obligatory reference on the question, a bit like a tradition which has grown up and.

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The store has great gift items including fine jewelry and high-end Hawaiian-style apparel by Tommy Bahama.In his “Essay on the Gift” Mauss began his distinguished exegesis with a consideration, based mainly on the Rev. George Turner's / ethnography, 7 of what he termed “the remarkable Samoan custom of the exchange of decorated fine mats between chiefs on their marriages ” ().

He noted the Samoans has a “system of contractual gifts” which marked other rites of passage.