a cultural rule that dictates that one must marry outside of a designated group
a married couple and their children
a cultural rule that dictates that one must marry within a designated group
a marrieage custom in which a widow marries her deceased husband's brother
a marriage custom in which a widower marries a sister of his deceased wife
a person's position in society
the culturally assigned behaviors and expectations for a person's social position
a form of marriage in which one woman is married to one man
marriage of one man to two or more women
Marriage of one woman to two or more men
A common type of marriage consisting of the marriage of cross-cousins. Men exchange their sister as marriage partners
Ego's mother's brother's child and father's sister's child
Ego's mother's sister's child and father's brother's child
a form of marriage finance in which valuable gifts are given by the groom's kin to the bride's kin.
a form of marriage finance in which valuable figts are given by the bride's kin to the groom's kin.
a man pays partial bridewealth and lives with the bride's family, and the couple's children belong to the wife and her family
family of orientation
a person's childhood family, where enculturation takes place.
kin related by blood
family of procreation
a kin group consisting of an individual and the individual's spouse and children
kin related by marriage
the complexity of a culture's rules governing the relationships between affinal and consanguineal kin
two or more nuclear families that are related by blood and who reside in the same household, village, or teritory
a common residence based on economic unit
a postmarriage residence rule that requires the bride and groom to sest up an independent household away from both ssets of parents
a postmarriage residence rule that requires the bride and groom to live in or near the residence of the groom's father
the custom ofliving with the husband's relativess after marriage
a yanomamo village
a posstmarriage residence rule that requires the bride and groom to live in or near the residence of the bride's mother
a residence group consisting of a woman and her children residing without co-residence of a husband
a postmarriage residence rule that requires the bride and groom to reside with or near the groom's mother's brother
bilocal (ambilocal) residence
the condition in which a newly married couple reside either with or near the groom's parents or the bride's parents
temporary residence form in which the groom moves to live with the bride's family until bridewealth payments are complete and the couple take up permanent patrilocal residence.
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