ANTH 7 - Lecture Adding to the chart From Religion Chapter...

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Lecture, 2-2-11 Adding to the chart From Religion Chapter and PPT. Revitalization Ghost Dances Cargo Cults Kago-material wealth Metonymy Anti-structure Lecture, 2-7-11 Kinship, Chapter 7, Dr. Lori Cormier Exam 1 covers chapters 1-8 Kinship and Social Organization, Chapter 7 Relatedness involves connections through ties such as: Friendship, Marriage, Adoption, Procreation, Descent from a common ancestor, Common Labor, Co-residence, Sharing Food, Sharing of Substance (e.g. blood, spirit, nationality) What is Kinship? The various systems of social organization that societies have constructed on principles derived from the universal human experiences of mating, birth, and nurturance Kinship is one of the most important forms of relatedness and is a key area of research in cultural anthropology
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Principles of Kinship Membership: How to carry out the reproduction of group members (marriage or adoption) Where group members should live after marriage (residence rules) How to establish links between generations (descendant or adoption)
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