Case Studies Ch9

Case Studies Ch9 - Chapter 9 Case Studies in Point Form...

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Chapter 9 – Case Studies in Point Form Patrilineal or agnatic descent – Descent through lines of men which is more common. o Tsembaga Maring, o pastoralists, o tribes of Israelites in biblical times, o Basseri nomads of Iran. Matrilineal Descent – predominantly agricultural & high productivity to permit sedentary residence of substantial population, division of labour o Trobriand Islanders: production org through kinship & descent (traced thru women) Matriliny – does not entail power or high status for women o Hopi women are different. Nuer Ghost Marriage: o Nuer woman whose husband has died remains subject to a legal contract through which rights to the children she bears wre transferred to her husband’s group. o The socially recognised father i.e. the pater is not the genitor (biological father); children are offspring of the dead. o An old and senior woman may (by acquiring cattle) “marry” a girl – young woman bears children by lovers. Tallensi Descent and Kinship
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