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THE JOINT FAMILY SYSTEM AND CHANGE
THE ECOLOGICAL SUBSTRUCTURE
THE SUBSTRUCTURE OF RIGHTS AND DUTIES
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adjustment affection ambitions assistance attitude aunt authority Bangalore become behaviour Bombay boys Brahmins bride brothers careers caste child child marriage close conflict daughter-in-law daughters Deccan College Desai division of labour dowry duties economic eldest endogamy expected family members family structure family system family unit father feel friends girls gradually grandfather grandmother Hindu family Hindu joint family household husband and wife important in-laws income India industrialized interviewees kinship large joint family latives live look M. N. Srinivas Mahabharata male married mother mother-in-law Mysore never nuclear families occupational older parents particularly patrilineal pattern person position prestige problems punishment relationship relatives responsibility role romantic love separate showed sisters social society sons South India Srinivas tend tion traditional joint family uncle urban usually village wanted Western Western World wives woman women young younger