NTW Ch 5 - Kevin Pintauro THL Malina NTW Chapter 5 This chapter talks about social contracts and how people and families are brought together There

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Kevin Pintauro January 29, 2008 THL Malina NTW Chapter 5 This chapter talks about social contracts and how people and families are brought together. There is kinship which is a social contract that you are born with such as to your parents and your siblings. Then there is a marriage that obligates two individuals to each other and their families to each other. Depending on the family or kinship, there are qualifications and disqualifications that need to be met first. The family rules and often a product of their environment such as exogamy and endogamy. Exogamy requiring the marriage comes from two people from different families and endogamy requiring the marriage comes from two people from the same family. The chapter examines the geographical and chronological differences of societies, particularly modern America and 1 st century Mediterranean. The “rules” are different because of the environment. Technology allows (forces) kinship to spread or relocate separating themselves from their generation. This trend continues and promotes the
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course THL 209 taught by Professor Malina during the Spring '08 term at Creighton.

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NTW Ch 5 - Kevin Pintauro THL Malina NTW Chapter 5 This chapter talks about social contracts and how people and families are brought together There

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