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Recitation 03/25

by: Viktoryia Zhuleva

Recitation 03/25 ANTH 10000

Viktoryia Zhuleva
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Dr. Richard Blanton
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Viktoryia Zhuleva on Wednesday March 30, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ANTH 10000 at Purdue University taught by Dr. Richard Blanton in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 23 views. For similar materials see Anthropology in Liberal Arts at Purdue University.

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Date Created: 03/30/16
Recitation 03/25/2016 Family forms Affinal relationships Consanguineal relationships Descent types Post-marriage residence Lineal or Collaterals Parallel or Cross Cousins Moso and NA ethics groups – China  Consanguineal matrilineal kinship  Households of siblings, cousins, aunts, uncles across generations  Monogamy & marriage not institutionalized  Sexual relationship in Moso and Na cultures o Tisese (moso) o Nana sese hing (Na)  "visits" of males to femal's room, lasting only a night  But long-term, exclusive partnerships often established based on feeling in love  Prior mutual consent  Non contractual, non obligatory, and nonexclusive  Offspring resulting from "visits" are not considered family of the male  Children raised in mother's consanguineal and matrilineal household  Contrast with normative forms of family and relationships in our own society and those of Han Chinese Sociopolitical & Health Impacts  Low fertility (number of births) o Women have autonomy over their sexuality o They are under no pressure to bear children for their sexual partner(s)  Target of exploitation and assimilation o Government policies o Tourism Lowered Fertility Rate  Sharing of household reproductive goals among sisters o Optimal number of offspring achieved through conscious coordination between sisters o Too many children overall is perceived as potential threat to household harmony  Lower frequency of intercourse after childbirth o Postponing the resumption of sex o Females often breastfeed longer  Prevalence of STDs o Past epidemics resulting from foreign traders has had lasting impacts on populations Target of Exploitations and assimilation  Subject to targeted assimilation programs to stop system of matrilineage and "visits" since 1966 "Cultural Revolution" o "We did not want to get married and move into someone else's house, and as a result we no longer dared to visit anyone. Because of this we took a rest for a few years."  Impact of tourism: o While being a source of income, it can also be exploitative and have damaging effects on environment and autonomy


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