Kinship We continue our exploration of social organization by looking at kinship How we connect with others through descent and marriage Consanguines Affines Kinship We continue our exploration of social
organization by looking at kinship Descent rules Cognatic Bilateral Ambilineal Corporate Patrilineal Matrilineal Kinship
We continue our exploration of social organization by looking at kinship Descent groups Lineages Clans Phraties Moieties Kindred Kinship We continue our exploration of social
organization by looking at kinship Terminology types Hawaiian Eskimo Omaha Crow Iroquois Sudanese Fictive
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