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ANTH 1220 Lecture 38: Lecture 38
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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 1220
Professor
Ellen R.Judd
Semester
Winter

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o82 CHAPTER 8 Marriage and Family: Defining Marriage and Family: Marriage: a socially recognized, enduring, stable bond between two (or more) people who have certain rights and obligations toward one another o Socially recognized o Producing new rights and new obligations o 2 major functions or marriage: Institution producing descendants Creates alliances (Levi Strauss wrote about this) Affines Incest taboo 2 kinds of people in this world (those you can have relationships with and those that you cannot) Household: group of people occupying an common dwelling Family: a marriage couple, or other group of adult kin folk, who cooperate economically in the upbringing of children, most sharing a common dwelling Families and Ideal Types: Nuclear families Common in both foraging and industrial societies Parents and their children Includes singleparent families Extended and joint families More common worldwide than nuclear families
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