6 edition of Matrilocal residence in pre-literate society found in the catalog.
|Statement||by William Divale.|
|Series||Studies in cultural anthropology ;, no. 4|
|LC Classifications||GN480.63 .D58 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||251 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||251|
|LC Control Number||83024146|
A residence pattern in which a married couple may choose either matrilocal or patrilocal residence. Kinship A network of relatives into which individuals are born and married, and with whom they cooperate based on customarily prescribed rights and obligations. matrilocal residence a system in which it is customary for a husband to live with the his wife’s family monogamy the act of being married to only one person at a time nuclear family two parents (traditionally a married husband and wife) and children living in .
Kinship is the key structure underlying human society: descent determines how wealth, land, and position are inherited across generations, whereas residence describes the rules governing where a couple should move to once they are married ().In turn, descent and residence patterns determine other key relationships within society such as alliance, trade, . The small size of Chacoan pueblos (matrilocal residences. The side-by-side spatial arrangement of pueblo rooms reflects social solidarity, which ethnographic data suggest is characteristic of matrilocal residence.
In small bands of modern day hunter-gatherers there is a mixture of what anthropologists call matrilocal and patrilocal residence, the practice of women or men to stay within the community they're. Matrilocal residence accomplishes this, because the dishersal of males from their natal villages upon marriage results in the breakup of fraternol interest groups. This theory was tested on a probability sample of forty-three so cieties, using rigorous Narollian techniques and several statistical methods.
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Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI Research Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Divale, William Tulio, Matrilocal residence in pre-literate society. Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI Research Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Tulio Divale.
() Cowles Book Co, New York, and authored Matrilocal residence in pre-literate society book Residence In Pre-Literate Societies." () Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press. preliterate definition Hear it. preliterate (prē′lit′ər it).
adjective. of or belonging to a society not having a writing system for its language. He was also Past President of the Society for Cross-Cultural Research () and is the current president again (). He also co-authored the book (with James Joseph) "I Lived Inside The Campus Revolution." () Cowles Book Co, New York, and authored "Matrilocal Residence In Pre-Literate Societies." () Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press.
Matrilocal residence is found most often in horticultural societies. Examples of matrilocal societies include the people of Ngazidja in the Comoros, the Ancestral Puebloans of Chaco Canyon, the Nair community in Kerala in South India, the Moso of Yunnan and Sichuan in southwestern China, the Siraya of Taiwan, and the Minangkabau of western Sumatra.
The following list includes societies that have been identified as matrilineal or matrilocal in ethnographic literature. "Matrilineal" means property is passed down through the maternal line on the death of the mother, not that of the father. Matrilocal residence has been hypothesized for proto-Oceanic society (ca BP), but we find strong evidence that matrilocality was predominant in earlier Austronesian societies ca – BP, at the root of the language family and its early branches.
Our results illuminate the divergent patterns of mtDNA and Y-chromosome markers seen in. Sociologyindex, Sociology BooksMatrilineal Descent, Patrilineal Descent Matrilineal societies are those societies in which descent is traced through mothers rather than through fathers.
In matrilineal societies, property is often passed from mothers to daughters and the custom of matrilocal residence may be practiced. Patrilocal residence may stabilize a set of social-structural axes by centralizing both authority and the inheritance of property; for instance, in many matrilocal and/or matrilineal societies, women's brothers still act as heads of household over many decisions (Divale and Harris,Richards,Schlegel,Schneider, ).
This mechanism was suggested by W. Divale in Matrilocal Residence in Pre-Literate Society (). The suggested model also describes migration, internal warfare and cycle by which society turns back from matrilocal to patrilocal residence.
matrilocal definition: The definition of matrilocal refers to a custom or culture where the husband goes to live with the wife's family.
(adjective) When the custom of a tribe is for a man to marry and then go live with his mother and father-in-law, this. In social anthropology, patrilocal residence or patrilocality, also known as virilocal residence or virilocality, are terms referring to the social system in which a married couple resides with or near the husband's parents.
The concept of location may extend to a larger area such as a village, town or clan territory. The practice has been found in around 70 percent of the world's cultures. William Divale (1, words) case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article Campus Revolution." () Cowles Book Co, New York, and authored "Matrilocal Residence In Pre-Literate Societies."() Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press.
A note on terminology: I am concerned here with a cluster of institutions: matrilineal descent groups (groups based on descent through the female line), matrilocal residence (a man moves from his natal household to reside with his wife and her kin), and avunculocal residence (a man and his wife reside with his mother’s brother).
Definition of Neolocal Residence (noun) When a married couple live together in a new residence instead of with the husband’s family (patrilocal residence) or the wife’s family (matrilocal residence). Example of Neolocal Residence.
Two people meet at university and get married, moving into a new home together, without any additional family. However, in a society that practices patrilocal residence, it’s a cultural norm, or standard rule of behavior, that a couple must live with or very near to the man’s family.
In the same manner, in a society that practices matrilocal residence, the new couple is expected to live with or very near to the woman’s family. It’s simply the norm.
The Minangkabau people, a matrilocal society that is indigenous to the highlands of West Sumatra in Indonesia, believe that home is the place of women and they give men little power in issues relating to the home or family (Joseph and Najmabadi ).
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In social anthropology, matrilocal residence or matrilocality (also uxorilocal residence or uxorilocality) is the societal system in which a married couple resides with or near the wife's parents. Thus, the female offspring of a mother remain living in (or near) the mother's house, thereby forming large clan-families, typically consisting of three or four generations.
1. Family of Matrilocal Residence: This type of family refers to husband residing with wife’s parent after marriage. 2. Family of Patrilocal Residence: Patrilocal residence is structured by a rule that a man remains in his father's house after reaching maturity and brings his wife to live with his family after marriage.
3.Matrilocal: This, the 2nd most common residence pattern, is found in societies where the newly married couple moves in with or near the bride’s family.
This is found in gardening societies (horticulturalists) or groups where warfare occurs with distant peoples and not near neighbors.In social anthropology, matrilocal residence or matrilocality (also uxorilocal residence or uxorilocality) is the societal system in which a married couple resides with or near the wife's parents.
Thus, the female offspring of a mother remain living in (or near) the mother's house, thereby forming large clan-families, typically consisting of three or four generations living in the .