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- adapting to baren environments Agriculture Lecture 12 Monday, October 26 Chapter 6 Economic Systems Redistribution - levelling mechanisms Lecture 13 Monday, November 2 Sex, Gender, and Marriage - kjh - Lecture 14 Wednesday, November 4 - kjlhj - kk Lecture 15 Monday, November 9 Continuation of Lecture 14 Queer Culture- LGBTQ - overt experts to normalize - going towards increasing oppression in some countries - Uganda (Kill The Gays Bill) illegal recently - many religious prohibitions and secular laws to regulate human sexuality
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Female Genital Mutilation - clitorodectomy: remove clitoris - infibulation: sewing vagina only to open for sex and child birth - female circumcision remove outer vaginal lips/tissue Male Circumcision - religious ritual (rationalized) - by medicine Family and Household Structures - married/ common law couple with or without children or single parent with children - conjugal ties: marriage tie, mother and father in law - consanguinal ties: blood ties, shared dna - nuclear family: mom, dad, sister, brother - polygnous, polyandrous (families) - nuturance of children - sexual division of labour - family is considered an economic unit - household: residential unit for child rearing, consumption, production, shelter - nuclear: mobility-foragers, industrial economies - extended: agriculture, - same sex families: modern and old idea, opposed by traditionalists Residence - patrilocal: live with father’s kin, new wife moves house - matrilocal: live with mother’s kin, new husband moves house - neolocal: couple moves to new location - ambilocal: either mat or pat depends on circumstance - avunculocal: live with mother’d brother- in matrilineal - polygamous family: one or separate residences - sororal polygamy- sisters married to one spouse - polyandrous: fraternal - polyandry- brothers Kinship Systems and Descent
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