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In the Beginning
The Social Organization of Bands
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aboriginal actual adaptation anthropologists apparent areas aspects associated band basic become brothers called cause central changes characteristic chief chiefdoms civilization clan classes common complexity composite conception consistent continue course created culture dependence descent described discussed distinction economic egocentric Eskimo evolution evolutionary example exist exogamy fact factor father frequently functions given hand hunting important Indians individual influence integration kinds kinship later lineages males marriage matter means mother's natural nuclear original particular patrilineal patrilocal pattern persons political population position possible present primitive probably problems rank reason reciprocal refer relationship relatives remains residence residential groups respect result rules seems sense separate significance simple situation social organization social structure society sociocentric sodalities sometimes specific stages status terminology territorial theory things tion tribal society tribes unit usually virilocal