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ANTHRO%20CHAPTER%203 - Ashley Sansevere CHAPTER 3 ANTHRO...

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Ashley Sansevere CHAPTER 3 ANTHRO 363 Kinship- reinterpretation in social terms of the facts of procreation and regularized sex union - Specification of the genealogical bond between them and the linguistic term used to denote that bond, but a classification of their behaviors in many aspects of their lives o Kinship permanent till death o No society without a kinship system o Family relations - affinal kin in laws - Each person throughout their lifetime belongs to two nuclear families o Nuclear fam, composed of own self mom, dad, brothers, sisters ( family of orientation) o Nuclear family composed of self, spouse and children (family of procreation) - Kin terms o Mother and father - Classificatory kin terms o Grandma, grandpa, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, cousin, brother, sister - Tikopia- everyone is a relative society - Classificatory kin terms based on o Generation- cousin v. uncle o Sex- uncle vs. aunt o Consanguinity vs. affinity- cousin vs. brother in law o Lineality- mothers kin vs. fathers kin
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