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Marriage Ceremonies in Morocco - Edward Westermarck

Marriage Ceremonies in Morocco by Edward Westermarck is a careful study based on a six year residency and investigations with native tribes in Morocco. Edward Westermarck was a Finnish social anthropologist, philosopher, and sociologist, whose area of specialization was the history of marriage, morality, and religious institutions. Westermarck gained international fame with his doctoral thesis, The History of Human Marriage, which was inspired by the ideas of Darwin and Herbert Spencer. Westermarck sought to demonstrate that the matriarchate was not a stage of human development and that universal promiscuity was a myth.

Book Title: 

Marriage Ceremonies in Morocco

Author: 

Westermarck, Edward

Publisher: 

Macmillan

Edition: 

First

Year Published: 

1914

Binding: 

Hard cover, no dj

ISBN: 

nl

Pages: 

422

Dimensions: 

23 × 15.3 × 4 cm

Book Weight: 

1.075 kg

Condition: 

Second hand, spine and lower board edges rubbed, former owners signature on front fly leaf, otherwise very good indeed

Price: 

ZAR 450.00

In Stock: 

1

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