PASTORALISMx_SOMALI_KINSHIP-1

PASTORALISMx_SOMALI_KINSHIP-1 - Pastoralism = animal...

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Pastoralism = animal husbandry Requirements environmental knowledge active herd management nomadism Adaptive advantages converts inedible plants into food supports larger population
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Pastoralism 2 Cultural significance Symbiotic relations Social uses Food sources Other uses Herding work Animal complementarity Ecological issues Sources of conflict
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Pastoralism 3 Social organization Flexibility: dispersal, mutual aid autonomous villages overlapping kin networks Kinship: blood and marriage Patrilineages Principles of fission/fusion Affects inheritance, authority, nurturing, social obligations, and personal/social identity
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Pastoralism Each household has large variety of stock, with minimal # of each (in traditional subsistence regime) being 25-30 cattle, 10 camels, 100 small stock (goats & sheep), & 10-12 donkeys (Note: household = women + children associated with a single adult male; homestead = group of related men + families)
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