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neolocal residence descent groups: patrilineal, matrilineal, ambilineal, bilateral Nuer subsistence strategies Techniques: foraging, agriculture, horticulture, pastoralism, transhumance half-marriage of the Yurok advantages of polygyny ethnographic present Mead etic perspective emic perspective egalitarian status carrying capacity dowry bridewealth (brideprice) Generalized reciprocity most common kinship system in North America sustainable agriculture (pros and cons) achieved status ascribed status nuclear family monogamy polyandry polygyny female genital operations Tibeten polyandrous marriage kindred descent group totem
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Unformatted text preview: ego consanguineal kin affinal kin chromosomal pairs and biological sex matrilocal (uxorilocal) Native California groups' staple food Gender Anthropological definition of technology Yanomamo origin myth of moonblood Nandi "female husbands" clan lineage erotic symbols in Plains Indian cultures patrilocal (virilocal) residence energy budgets: foraging, horticulture, pastoralism, agriculture division of labor gender roles sexual orientation balanced reciprocity Trobriand Islanders' Kula Ring levirate sororate exogamy endogamy cultural construction of erotic symbols "non-binary" genders...
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