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anthro.1114 - Anthropology 2 Hines 11/14/07 Dadi's Family:...

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Anthropology 2 Hines 11/14/07 Dadi’s Family: family, kinship and descent What post marital residence pattern does Dadi’s family practice? – patrilocality, wives go to live with husbands family What types of descent group do they practice? – patrilineal, son’s receive the land, associated with partilocality What type of logic of individual’s status do they employ? – ascribed, achieved, written into, to limit potential of perceived status, societies organized by descent groups tend to rely upon ascribed status Primary kin group through which people of Dadi’s family identify and construct their individual and collective social positions? – extended family = patrilineage Logics of Exchange – economics, understand who gets what and when 1. Reciprocity – exchange between social equals (generally related by kinship, marriage or close personal ties) within same family, lineage, culture group Associated with subsistence patterns of: foraging, horticulture(Yanomami) – ag
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course ANTH 1 taught by Professor Hines during the Fall '07 term at UCSB.

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anthro.1114 - Anthropology 2 Hines 11/14/07 Dadi's Family:...

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