SC ANTH 102 - Social Ties and Kinship (5 pages)

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Lecture number:
23
Pages:
5
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University Of South Carolina-Columbia
Course:
Anth 102 - Understand Other Cult
Edition:
1

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ANTH 102 1nd Edition Lecture 23 Outline of Last Lecture Video about Dominican family in NYC I II III IV V Family Work Moving to the USA Economics Lifestyle changes Outline of Current Lecture Social Ties I II III IV V VI Social Ties That Bind a Relatedness i Socially recognized connections ii Forms of relatedness Kinship a The idea of being related to another individual or group b Set of principles govern c Kinship principles Universal Kinship Features Mapping Kinship Relationships a Ego Kinship Descent a Tracing kinship relationships according to parentage b A few ways to account for descent i Unilineal 1 Patrilineal 2 Matrilineal a Matrilocal ii Bilineal 1 Neolocal c What is lineage d Most common form of descent is unilineal 60 Households a Definition These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute VII VIII b Different kinds of households c Intrahousehold dynamics i Revelation of power dynamics between parents and children and among siblings ii Dissolution of households through Adoption a Reasons for adoption b Legalized in USA since mid 1800s Changing Standards Current Lecture Social Ties I II Social Ties That Bind a Relatedness i Socially recognized connections ii Forms of relatedness 1 Friendship 2 Marriage 3 Adoption 4 Descent from common ancestor 5 Co residence Kinship a The idea of being related to another individual or group b A cultural universal c Sets of rules regulating relationships and appropriate behavior between kin d Kinship best thought of as complex system of relationships and the behaviors that govern them e Framework for understanding mating birth and nurturance f Offers culture specific theories of human nature defining how people develop from infants into mature social beings g Set of principles govern i How to reproduce legitimate group members marriage and or adoption ii Locality post marriage residence rule iii How to forge links between



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