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IN THE BEGINNING
THE SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF BANDS
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aboriginal adaptation affiliation affinal Algonkians Ammassalik Andamanese anthropologists areas aspects Athabaskans Australian band level band society basic become bifurcate-merging brothers called cause characteristic chiefdoms clan classification cognatic complexity composite bands conception course cousins criteria cross-cousin culture depopulation descent group descent reckoning discussed distinct ecological economic Ego's egocentric endogamy environment Eskimo evolution evolutionary example exogamy factor familistic father function genealogical hunting hunting-gathering important Indians individual integration kin groups kinds kinship terminology kinship terms lineages males marital residence marriage rule means membership modern moiety natural environment nuclear family origin parallel cousins particular patrilineal patrilocal band persons perspective political population position primate primitive problems rank reciprocal relationship relatives residence rules residential groups result seems segmentary lineage sense Shoshone significance social organization social structure sodalities specific stages status terminology status terms Steward superorganic territorial theory tion tribal society tribes unilocal virilocal residence Yahgan