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> Hoping you're able to recommend several good pieces,

Hi Michael –
maybe you want to take a look at any of the following works; most notable the
first book edited by Thom and Doug,
Best regards,
Michael

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Schweizer, T. and D. R. White (1998). Kinship, networks, and exchange.
Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Bollig, M. (2000). "Staging social structures: ritual and social organisation in
an egalitarian society. The pastoral Pokot of northern Kenya." Ethnos 65(3):
341-65.

Schnegg, M. (2005). Das Fiesta Netzwerk: Soziale Organisation in einer
mexikanischen Gemeinde, 1679-2001. Münster, Lit.

Ziker, J. and M. Schnegg (2005). "Food sharing at meals: kinship, reciprocity,
and clustering in the Taimyr autonomous okrug, northern Russia." Human nature
16(2), 178-211.

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