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ANT160: Cultural Diversity in the Modern World Reading Questions: The Dobe Ju/’hoansi, (Lee 2013), Pg. 65-99 70 gathering 30 hunting Meat and vital orange fruit Nobody goes hungry it’s a group effort kaross babies Egalitarianism there is an equal division of labor Chapt. 5: Kinship and Social Organization 1. Describe and compare the 2 types of Ju living groups. They are divided into “Black” and “Yellow” San. The Ju/’hoansi are the “yellow” San, who are shorter and pale skinned, while their “Black” counterparts were tall and dark-skinned. The Ju/’hoansi people refer to the “black” San as “Blacks”. This suggests exclusion, as it can be seen that the Ju do not see the “Blacks” as being part of their group, even though they all reside in the same areas. Camp and client groups 2. What is bilateral kinship? Why is it important in Ju society? "Ego's" point of view
- Affiliation w
ith both mothers and fathers sides- All relatives are important-Not a decent system-No clear cut groups- Makes marriage complicated
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