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Department
History
Course
HIS101H5
Professor
Mairi Cowan
Semester
Fall

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Previous WeekCensus and economic familiesPopenoe and Malinowskidefenders of the nuclear family as the ideal unitMalinowskithe family has clear boundries A shared physicalMonday January 20thDeconstructing the assumptions of the familyChallenging the nuclear family ideologyassumed as natural and universalSocially dened families not self evidently biological5 critical areas of kinship conceptionbloodtiesbiological relations cross cultural incest taboos adoption parentchild widespread practices adoptionfostering motherson ties is not inevitable marriage household and residenceCoresidential household asColonialismThe Montagnias Naskapi Chapter 4 ColonizedShifted from hunting to fur and trapping resulted in shifts in family relations and gender rolesDivision of labour not GenderedChange of family type shift towards monogamous gendered based nuclear modelPolygamous familiesMonogamyBigamy having two spousesPolygamy two or more spouses in the same dwellingPolygny more than one wife at the same timePolyandry more than one husbandGroup marriage a family of multiple husbands and wivesPolyamory having many relationships Egalitarian CultureSmall groups dependent on one another for survivalNo leadersDisbelief in punishmentCivilizing mission LeJeunesIntroduced punishmentPermanent settlementEducation of childrenShift toward patriarchal family
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