Anthro 2A 26 April 2007

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Anthro 2A 26 April 2007 Transhumance- Moving with the seasons Marriageb among the !Kung – N!ai got married at age 8 - Girls are expected to initially resist marriage N\um - Healing practice among !Kung Bilateral Kinship - Considered to be equally related to the mother’s side as well as the father’s side Horticulturalist (small agriculture)- More sense of private property than hunter-gatherers Trobrianders - In Trobriand society there are men’s and women’s gardens - Women’s gardens tend to be use for everyday eating - Men’s gardens primarily grow yams - Men and women eat yams in public only in the 1 st year of marriage- yams are a powerful symbol, primarily male, only eaten together for marriage Yanomamo practice slash & burn or “Swidden” agriculture. - Among the Yanomamo, both men and women work in the same garden - Horticulturalists tend to work more than hunter gatherers. - Yanomamo tend to work about 30 hours/week, while !Kung work about 20 hours. Pastoralist Societies
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