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A Comparative Analysis of Marriage and Social Struc
The Management of Marriage in a Tswana Chiefdom 2949
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affines African marriage agnatic alliance ancestors Bantu become betrothal bohali bride bride-removal bridewealth brother-sister linkage brother's daughter Cape Town cash cattle chiefdom child Chopi Christian Ciskei claim clan Comaroff common corporate lineage cousin marriage cycle descent group divorce domestic economic Eliza essays established exogamy extended family father girl Gluckman homestead household husband important inheritance Junod jural Keiskammahoek Kinship and Marriage Krige Kuper Lesotho linked lobolo London Lovedu marriage married MaSamuel maternal matrilateral cross-cousin marriage Megwang migrant labour migrant women mother mother's brother Natal Nguni Nyakyusa parents patrilineal pattern payment Pedi political polygyny qtns Radcliffe-Brown relations relationship riage ritual rural Sansom Schapera Serjeant significance sister social structure society sons Sotho-Tswana South Africa Southern Africa Southern Sotho status stay-at-home stokfel Swazi tion transfer Tshidi Tsonga Tswana union urban uterine Venda Venda-Lovedu wife-givers wife's brother's wife Wilson wives woman Xhosa Zulu