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join the father’s group automatically at birth and stay members throughout life” (Kottak 2010: 458, 294). Location newlyweds go to live after married: Matrilocality: “Customary residence with the wife’s relatives after marriage, so that children group up in their mother’s community” (Kottak 2010: 456, 296). Patrilocality : “Customary residence with the husband’s relatives after marriage, so that children grow up in their father’s community” (Kottak 2010: 458, 296). kinship diagram (you should be able to identity basic kinship symbols and codes) (See Kottak pages 294, 295, 298, 305). Segmentary lineage system (See below) Division of Labor Chapter 14: Gender Domestic-public dichotomy: “Contrast between women’s role in the home and men’s role in public life, with a correspoinding social devaluation of women’s work and worth” (Kottak 2010: 453, 319). Gender Roles: “The tasks and activities that a culture assigns to each sex” (Kottak 2010: 454, 315). Gender Stereotypes: “Oversimplified but strongly held ideas about the characteristics of male sand females” ( Kottak 2010: 454, 315). Gender Stratification: “Unequal distribution of rewards (socially valued resources, power, prestige, and personal freedom) between men and women, reflecting their different positions in a social hierarchy” (Kottak 2010: 454, 315). Patriarchy: “Political system ruled by men in which women have inferior social and political status, including basic human rights” (Kottak 2010: 458, 325) 509
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Patrilineal-Patrilocal complex: “An interrelated constellation of patrilineality, patrilocality, warfare, and male supremacy” (Kottak 2010: 458, 323). POLITICAL ECONOMY- Kottak Chapter 12: Political Systems Achieved status : “Social status that comes through talents, actions, efforts, activities, and accomplishments, rather than ascription” (Kottak 2010: 449, 268). Ascribed status: “Social status (e.g., race or gender) that people have little or no choice about occupying” (Kottak 2010: 450, 268). Caste systems : “Closed, hereditary system of stratification, often dictated by religion; hierarchical social status is ascribed at birth, so that people are locked into their parents’ social position” (Kottak 2010: 451, 278). Status: “Any position that determines where someone fits in society; may be ascribed or achieved” (Kottak 2010: 461, 268). Stratification: “Characteristic of a system with socioeconomic strata” (Kottak 2010: 461, 193, 277). Types of political Formations/leaders organized in terms of types of societies Foragers Band “Basic unit of social organization among foragers. A band includes fewer than one hundred people; it often splits up seasonally” (Kottak 2010: 450, 238, 262). - Headman : Powerless form of leadership. Person has ability to resolve conflict without force, but rather persuasion, and example. Kinship Polities: Conflict and resolution within family dynamics Pastorialists - Chiefdom “Form of sociopolitical organization intermediate between the tribe and the state; kin-based with differential access to resources and a permanent political structure. A rank society in which relations among villages as well as among individuals are unequal, with smaller villages under 510
the authority of leaders in larger villages; has a two-level

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