Flashcards in Quiz Chapter 10 and Volsche/Gray 2016 Deck (20)
Which is the MOST appropriate term for when membership in a group or family is determined based upon relatedness "by blood?"
For historical and religious reasons, Jewish women in Israel feel great pressure to reproduce the family and the nation.
The most common form of marriage practiced in the United States today is affinal marriage.
(Volsche/Gray 2016) The authors found that respondents were raising and teaching their dogs with similar strategies as women raising children in the same environment.
The concept of creating a family of choice rather than a family of birth or upbringing is known as:
Traditionally, Nuer men could be married to more than one woman. This practice is known as
What is NOT an example of an assisted reproductive technology?:
When the groom's family provides gifts of goods or money to the bride's family, they are offering a dowry.
In certain remote parts of Tibet, one woman will become married to all the brothers in a particular family. Which term best describes this practice?
Nation-states consolidate political force and community by relating membership in the nation with kinship terms.
In Southall, England, friends take to calling each other "cousin" to strengthen their social bonds.
______ refers to marriage to someone outside the kinship group, while ______ refers to marriage to someone inside the kinship group.
Descent through the father's side of the family is known as
Monogamy refers to a form of marriage in which three or more individuals form a household.
What kind of household would be considered a nuclear family?
a mother, a father, and their five children, ages one to seventeen
Nearly all cultures have rules that forbid sexual relations with certain close relatives. These are known as:
In some cultures, such as the Mosuo of China, descent is constructed through the mother's side of the family. This is known as
(Volsche/Gray 2016) Most respondents to the survey identified as their dog's _________(39.5%) or __________(26.0%).
Members of the Nuer tribe trace genealogical connections over time via claimed relatedness to a founding ancestor despite a lack of documentation. This is known as membership in: