ANTHRO 363 CHAPTER 6

ANTHRO 363 CHAPTER 6 - ANTHRO 363 CHAPTER 6 Women cook and work on blankets and herd sheep and carry water and armfuls of wood Hindu joint farm o

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ANTHRO 363 CHAPTER 6 - Women cook and work on blankets and herd sheep and carry water and armfuls of wood - Hindu joint farm o Mans wife was chosen by his elders and wedding takes place before or soon after puberty Patrilocal Wife will come and go between home village - “A man does not love his wife unless he beats her” - Marriage in our society o Living and sleeping together o Eating together o Going to parties together o Joinly owning house, car, and other possessions - Other Societies o Don’t live together o Husband and wife do not sleep together - 51 out of 100 societies have post partum sex taboos last a year or longer - 7 societies where husband and wife do not eat together - Our society o Jointly own all family property - India o Not allowed to talk to wife in front of older family members - Walk one by one not next to each other - West Africa Mende may hold hands, no other affection - 11 societies may show affection, 37 may not - Navaho joking relationships (sexual)
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course ANT 363 taught by Professor Johntownsend during the Spring '10 term at Syracuse.

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ANTHRO 363 CHAPTER 6 - ANTHRO 363 CHAPTER 6 Women cook and work on blankets and herd sheep and carry water and armfuls of wood Hindu joint farm o

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