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Kinship Anthropology 11
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Marrying (culturally widespread) (rare, but illustrative) Marriage preferences— In or out? Alliance or solidarity?
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Parenting Bonding? Obligations? Which direction?
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Identifying the group Patrilineality
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Matrilineality
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Ambilineal or bilateral descent
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Designating k in terms Ju/’hoansi Direct kin terms of alternating generations Naming relationships Wi (older folks get to decide what to call people)
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Kin terms Ju/'hoan Kin Terms with Designations for Older Cousins
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Ju/'hoan Kin Terms Designations for Younger Cousins
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Identity of Alternating Generations, Older Relatives
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Joking and Avoidance
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Naming Relations Kuna means "old(er) name(sake)", and kuma
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Unformatted text preview: means "small (younger) name(sake)" * A first born son is named after his father's father. * A second son is named after his mother's father. * Additional sons are name after father's brothers and then mother's brothers. * A similar set of rules applies to girls. Inheriting and Exchanging Who inherits what? Generalized reciprocity Primogeniture Corporate (lineage) inheritance Kinship systems Eskimo for mobility Hawaiian, rank before relation Corporate Identity Iroquois, when cousins differ Kinship establishes order Kinship is a game that makes sense for that society Other forms of order may come to trump kinship...
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