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Class:ANTH 2 - INTRO CULT ANTHRO
Subject:Anthropology
University:University of California - Santa Barbara
Term:Fall 2010
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Bridewealth Where cash or goods are given by the groom's kin to seal a marriage.
Clan Related lineages may form these, they are often a local residential or domestic group whose members cooperate on a daily basis.
Descent Is a culturally established affiliation with one or both parents
Endogamy Require people to marry within certain groups
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Exogamy Specifies that a person must marry outside particular groups
Inheritance The orderly transmission of property between generations through kinship
Lineage Is a kin group whose members trace descent from a common ancestor and who can demonstrate those genealogical links among themselves
Matrilineal A person belongs to the descent group of their mother
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Patrilineal A person belongs to the descent group of the mother
Bilateral Both maternal and paternal lines are used equally as the basis for reckoning descent and for establishing the rights and obligations of kinship. Results in a network of kin called kinship.
Succession The order transmission of social position between generations through kinship.
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 BridewealthWhere cash or goods are given by the groom's kin to seal a marriage.
 ClanRelated lineages may form these, they are often a local residential or domestic group whose members cooperate on a daily basis.
 DescentIs a culturally established affiliation with one or both parents
 EndogamyRequire people to marry within certain groups
 ExogamySpecifies that a person must marry outside particular groups
 InheritanceThe orderly transmission of property between generations through kinship
 LineageIs a kin group whose members trace descent from a common ancestor and who can demonstrate those genealogical links among themselves
 MatrilinealA person belongs to the descent group of their mother
 PatrilinealA person belongs to the descent group of the mother
 BilateralBoth maternal and paternal lines are used equally as the basis for reckoning descent and for establishing the rights and obligations of kinship. Results in a network of kin called kinship.
 SuccessionThe order transmission of social position between generations through kinship.
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