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3. a. How are economic and political changes affecting the practice of fraternal polyandry in this region?
4. The lecture for this week discussed the importance of kinship systems and the reasons behind them in cultures located in marginal areas. a. In that regard, do you feel that the practice of polyandry by Tibetans in Nepal is similar to or different from practices such as the Adopt-An-Elder program in the Navajo culture or the creation of a series of support networks as seen in Transfer of Power? b. Why or why not?
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i. I do accept that the act of polyandry by Tibetans, are like the Adopt-An-Elder program in the Navajo culture. With the Adopt-An-Elder program, a Navajo family take in an old individual, who may have been thinks about surrendered or doesn't have other kinfolk individuals to help bolster them or care for them and make them part of their family. Where in the Tibetan's living in polyandry relational unions, acknowledge kids that are not blood related, and every one of the siblings in the relationship, received the tyke as their own. They all offer in the duty of minding, support and treating the kid, as though it was their very own blood related tyke

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