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Critical Thinking: Kinship Organizations 1 Critical Thinking: Kinship Organizations Earlwood Armstrong ANT: 101 Mario Tovar February 13 th , 2012
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Critical Thinking: Kinship Organizations 2 Critical Thinking: Kinship Organizations While the San kinship systems in Foraging and Horticultural based societies provide support for people in all stages of their life but modern society is nothing like the san kinship system. Throughout the duration of this paper the san kinship will be discussed thoroughly within the culture of San. The San is a culture that lives in the Kalahari Desert in Africa, they are forgers, hunters and they have a kinship with one another that today’s society does not. They have lived there for thousands of years in peaceful harmony with one another, without the violence of our world today. In this paper will be at least three examples of the kinship system from the San culture thus explaining how the kinship system of the San culture impacts the way their culture behaves, thinks, acts, and lives as well. The first example is the general reciprocal exchange: this is when the people in the San’s community
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