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Flying away like a bird: An instance of severance from the parental abode (Iwolaqamalycaane, Yagwoia, Papua New Guinea)

By Jadran Mimica

Abstract

This is a psychoanalytic ethnographic account of a Yagwoia-Angan boy’s struggle to break away from the sphere of his paternal and agnatic fraternal relatedness. It exemplifies a particular biographical situation which is consonant with the general cultural-existential dynamics of the Yagwoia father-son relationship.Ce texte est une interprétation psychanalytique de l'ethnographie concernant la lutte d'un garçon Yagwoia-Anga pour se détacher de la sphère de ses relations paternelles et de ses frères agnatiques. C'est un exemple d'une situation biographique particulière qui correspond à la dynamique générale, culturelle et existentielle, de la relation père-fils chez les Yagwoia

Topics: Papouasie Nouvelle-Guinée, parenté, psychanalyse, kinship, Papua New Guinea, psychoanalysis
Publisher: Journal de la société des océanistes
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.4000/jso.6090
OAI identifier: oai:revues.org:jso/6090
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