SOCIAL ORGANIZATION AND CUSTOMARY LAW OF THE TOBA-BATAK OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
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Written in English


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StatementBY J.C. VERGOUWEN.
The Physical Object
Pagination461P
Number of Pages461
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Open LibraryOL21434285M

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Jacob Cornelis Vergouwen's The Social Organization and Customary Law of the Toba-Batak of Northern Sumatra (), translated by Jeune Scott-Kemball (The Hague, ), remains the premier descriptive ethnography of a Batak culture, with much information on non-monotheistic rituals and beliefs. adat and religion were inseparable; as a Toba Batak scholar of religion says, "Adat is the fruit of ancient 'religion'" (Sianipar ). For more detail, see Jacob C. Vereouwen, The Social Organization and Customary Law of the Toba Batak of Northern Sumatra (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, [originally. Such differences in social organization are discussed in relation to excessive hunting by the natives. Customary Law of the Toba-Batak of North Sumatra. and Customary Law of the Toba. the Batak Lands. Vergouwen’s The Social Organization and Customary Law of the Toba-Batak of Northern Sumatra, published in , and is probably the most detailed study of Toba Batak customary law (adat) and its practices to date. It includes discussion of pre-Christian Toba Batak.

  Jacob Cornelis Vergouwen's The Social Organization and Customary Law of the Toba-Batak of Northern Sumatra (), translated by Jeune Scott-Kemball (The Hague, ), remains the premier descriptive ethnography of a Batak culture, with much information on non-monotheistic rituals and beliefs. Social Psychology. USA: Pearson Prentice Hall. Vergouwen, J. C. (). In J. C. Vergouwen, The Social Organization and Customary Law of the Toba-Batak of Northern Sumatra (p. 64). Netherlands: The Netherlands Institute. Universitas Sumatera Utara. Until about three decades or so after the publication of Vergouwen’s book The Social Organization and Customary Law of the Toba Batak of North Sumatra (), little attention had been given by scholars to adat. From the late s adat began to attract scholars’ attention in books, articles, and monographs as well as formal seminars. 2. J. C. Vergouwen, The Social Organization and Customary Law of the Toba Batakof NorthernSumatra [ Bet Reohtsleven der Toba-Batak],trans. Jeune Scott-Kemball (The Hague: Nijhoff, ). Page 6 components that one finds considerable variations today. For instance, as long as a wedding horja includes a series of tapian vaya bangunan.

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