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Unformatted text preview: particular time and place in history- kinships- cultural changes that are happening over the generations- e.g. industrial society---> family societies tend to be smaller- e.g.g. agrarian- families tend to need more helping hands 7000 cultures out there---> large, extended families- based on agriculture or horticulture--> industrial setting- more mobile, flexible hunters and gatherers single parent culture kinship notation style powerful tool like mathematics---> memorization- kinship practices --> up to four parents = example married or living together fairly internalized- lifetimes- drawn to two families-- most important piece- family grew up in-> natal family ties---- families of orientation - things that seem natural- mini culture- grew up (in) however--> all people look a for a means in another family societies- what constitutes families in some societies-- american families- most consist of married couple-- living in same household= nuclear family...
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- Fall '05