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consanguineal
and types
blood related
types:
lineal and collateral
consanguineal- lineal
anyone on your direct verticle lineal decent route
consanguineal- collateral
anyone on your direct horizontal lines
affineal
marriage related
Nuclear family of orientation
the family into which someone is born and raised
monogomy
one man married to one woman
polygny
one man married to multiple women
polyandry
one woman married to multiple men
polygamy
multiple spouces
serial monogomy
marries and divorces over and over again
sororate
if a woman dies, her sister will marry her husband
levirate
if a man dies, his brother will marry his wife
bilateral
everyone in the family takes one last name
unilateral
either patrilineal or matrilineal:
last name is passed to kids through father OR mother
totems
mythical ancestors
endogamy
marriage within a group
exogamy
marriage outside a group
cross cousins
kids of your parents opposite-sex siblings
(MBS or FZS)
parallel cousins
kids of your parents same-sex siblings
(MZS or FBS)
dowry
a gift from the wife's family to the husband's family
bride price/wealth
a gift from the husband's family to the female's family
degree of consanguinity
how close is too close for marriage?
second cousins (at least) is okay
royal incest
families who marry their siblings over and over so the royalty stays in the family
patrilocal/virilocal
females move in with male or male's family
matrilocal/uxorilocal
males move in with female or female's family
fraternal polyandry
multiple brothers marry one woman
soraral polygyny
multiple sisters marry one man
Nuclear family of Procreation
the family that is formed when someone becomes a parent and raises one or more children
neolocal
couples move to a new location rather than living with/near parents
Lineal/Eskimo
our terminology for relative
Generational/Hawaiian
Aunts and uncles become mothers and fathers, cousins become brothers and sisters
Bifurate diverging/sudanese
termonolgy for multi-ethnic families
Bifurate merging/iroquois
mothers sisters are mothers, fathers brothers are fathers, paralell cousins are brothers and sisters
age grade
categories based on age, everyone changes separately
age set
categories based on time-span, everyone in that span changes together