2 edition of illustrated ethnography of Formosan aborigines: the Yami tribe found in the catalog.
illustrated ethnography of Formosan aborigines: the Yami tribe
|Statement||by Tadao Kano and Kōkichi Segawa. Contribution from The Shibusawa Institute for Ethnographical Research (Nippon - Jōmin - Bunkwa - Kenkyūsho)|
|Contributions||Segawa, Kōkichi, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||GN635 .F6k3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2, 2, 6 p.|
|LC Control Number||53033298|
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The illustrated ethnography of Formosan aborigines: the Yami tribe, Unknown Binding – January 1, by Tadao Kano (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Unknown Binding, Author: Tadao Kano. import as suggested. Notwithstanding these criticisms, the book is recommended to students of East Asian culture who will find it a valuable addition to their libraries.
An Illustrated Ethnography of Formosan Aborigines, Volume I: The Yami. TADAO KANO and KOKICHI SEGAWA. (Second Revised Edition.) Tokyo: Maruzen Co., Ltd.,Author: Harold C. Conklin. Get this from a library. The illustrated ethnography of Formosan aborigines: the Yami tribe.
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The languages of Yami and Ivatan belongs to the Batanic sub-branch of western Malayo-Polynesian languages (Figure (Figure1), 1), which also belongs to the 10 th branch of the Austronesian (AN) languages group [1,2].
The Yami are the only non-Formosan Austronesian speakers among Taiwan Aborigines (TwA). They also have a close cultural Cited by: A pit house (or pithouse) is a large house in the ground (usually circular) used for shelter.
Besides providing shelter from the most extreme of weather conditions, these structures may also be used to store food (just like a pantry, a larder, or a root cellar) and for cultural activities like the telling of stories, dancing, singing and celebrations.
Kokichi: An Illustrated Ethnography of Formosan Aborigines, Tokyo. The Yami (revised edition) (). Liu PH: Social Structure of the Yami Botel (). Material culture and the relationship between Batan and the Yami. the maiang of this book, delayed by hard vicissitudes in the tragedy of the Pacific War and the years thereafter.
Prof. Toichi Mabuchi, also of the Metropolitan University of Tokyo, a known expert on Formosan and Southeast-Asian ethnology, wrote the general introduction (pp.
) on the Yami tribe, numbering mem. Yami and Ivatan islanders are Austronesian speakers from Orchid Island and the Batanes archipelago that are located between Taiwan and the Philippines.
The paternal genealogies of the Yami tribe from monograph of Wei and Liu were compared with our dataset of non-recombining Y (NRY) chromosomes from the corresponding families.
Then Cited by: Segawa's Illustrated Ethnography of Indigenous Formosan People: the Tsou. Yuasa Hiroshi. SMC publishing Taipei. A survey of the culture of an almost unknown tribe, the Tsou, of central Taiwan.
Most of the black and white photographs were taken in the s, before major changes overtook these people. The gospel of St. Matthew in Formosan (Sinkang dialect) with corresponding versions in Dutch and English.
Taipei: SMC Publishing, Inc. Taipei: SMC Publishing, Inc. Capell, Arthur. The illustrated ethnography of Formosan aborigines = 臺灣原住民族圖誌: the Yami tribe 著者 by Tadao Kano, Kōkichi Segawa 出版者 The Seikatsusha 出版年月日 請求記号 K 書誌ID（国立国会図書館オンラインへのリンク） DOI / 公開範囲.
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21, no. 2, pp. ; no. DLC. Argues that kami concept in early times was applied to things or persons themselves, not their spirits, was "preanimistic." 4. Yami and Ivatan linguistically connected to the Western Malayo-Polynesian branch of Austronesian in ISEA. In this study the matrilineal and patrilineal relationship between Yami, Ivatan, Taiwan Aborigines, the Philippine people, and other populations from the mainland and island Southeast Asia, were by: Japan’s Rule on Taiwan’s “Savage Border,” – You can write a book review and share your experiences.
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