FINAL ESSAY OUTLINE - ANTHRO ESSAY OUTLINE: I. Intro A....

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ANTHRO ESSAY OUTLINE: I. Intro A. What is kinship (KOTTAK) 1. Can be entered with genealogical family 2. Can be entered through friendship B. After examining the differences in the social construction of kinship in El Nahra and Harlem, see that: 1. Huge differences in the structure (related to modes of production) 2. Roles of fathers and mothers 3. Idea of marriage/families of procreation and family of orientation 4. Respect levels within family C. Questioned whether these differences are based on the social world the characters live in or whether or not they are based on the particular individuals in their lives. D. Phillipe and Fernea say _____________________., AND WHETHER I FEEL IT IS SHAPED BY PEOPLE OR SOCIETY AS A WHOLE. E. Authors used their experiences to examine the family structures in el Nahra and Harlem and essentially entered the kinship groups of their key consultants 1. While they used their experiences, we must consider how their ethnographies would change if their life experiences were different i.e. if Beeja had children. II. Differences in kinship in el Nahra and Harlem A. El Nahra 1. Must marry within group, and husband must be approved by father of the bride 2. Marriage considered very holy and it was customary to show a lot of respect to spouse and family of spouse 3. Had children after marriage and lived near their family after
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