- Early Austronesian Social Organization: The Evidence of Language [and Comments and Reply]
- Robert Blust, David F. Aberle, N. J. Allen, R. H. Barnes, Ann Chowning, Otto Chr. Dahl, Jacques Faublée, James J. Fox, George W. Grace, Toichi Mabuchi, Kenneth Maddock, Andrew Pawley
- Current Anthropology, Vol. 21, No. 2 (Apr., 1980), pp. 205-247
- Subjects: Linguistics, Anthropology
- Key terms: austronesian, sibling, malayo, murdock, polynesian, language, proto, bilateral, descent, kinship, reconstruction, terminology, subgroup, oceanic, reflex, goodenough, kindred, meaning, society, lexical, attest, reconstruct, consanguinity, brother
- CiteRank: 0.8808
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