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The Functions of Incest
Marriage in the Transition to Agriculture
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19th century accepted adult Africa agricultural agriculturalists ambilineal America arrangements band began bilateral birth born bride bride-service bride-wealth century A.D. child China CM CM CM conjugal fund cousin marriage cousins cross-cousin cross-cousin marriage cultivation rights daughter descendants divorce rate dower dowry duolineal early eastern economic endogamy equal Europe European exogamy expected extended-family household father female formal godparents groom heirs Homo Homo erectus hunter-gatherers hunting-gathering husband incest India inheritance Jack Goody kinship land least less lineage live LoDagaba male marital marriage systems marriage-ages married married couples means Middle East monogamy mother's brother move Muslim Nayar offspring one's Pacific Islands parallel-cousin parents partible inheritance partners pastoralists patrilateral patrilineal patrilocal patterns polyandry polygyny population potential practice recognized regions remarriage remarried Roman sapiens share siblings sisters social societies sons spouses sub-Saharan tended unmarried village western widowed wife wife's wives woman women young