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The Economic Setting of Marriage
The Social Setting of Marriage
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adultery African areas Bantu bark-cloth Bemba family Bemba husband Bemba marriage Bemba society Bemba women betrothal bride bridegroom Broken Hill Chewa chief chief's court child Chinsali Christian cisungu ceremony claim clan clothes common consent couple cross-cousin damages daughter described district divorce divorce rate economic European exogamy fact family group father father-in-law girl girl's give given Gouldsbury husband and wife incest inheritance initiation ceremony Kaonde Kasama living magic male marital marriage contract marriage payment marriage relationship married maternal uncle matrilineal descent matrilocal marriage matrilocal residence migratory labour missionary mother mother's brother mpango Mpika Mporokoso Native courts Ngoni Northern Rhodesia nowadays Nyasaland obligations old days organisation parallel cousins parents polygamous practised present puberty relatives rite ritual sex intercourse sister social son-in-law taboos tribal tribes union urban usually widow wife's family wife's village wives young