Flashcards in Chapter 11: Marriage, Family, and Gender Deck (31)
Systems that focus on ideas about shared substance and its transmission.
Those who trace their lineage to a single ancestor, real or fictive.
Related to each other by connections made through their mother and father equally.
Group formed by people connected by father-child links.
Group formed by people connected by mother-child links.
Family pattern made up of 2 generations: Parents and their unmarried kids.
Family pattern made up of 3 generations living together: Parents, married children, and grandchildren.
Family of orientation
Family in which one is born and grows up.
Family of procreation
Formed through marriage and children.
Married couples living in the husband's community.
Married couples living in the wife's community.
A marriage pattern in which a person may be married to only one person at a time.
Having more than one spouse at a time (Is illegal in Canada).
Marriage within a defined social group.
Marriage outside a defined social group.
In Canada a person may not marry their parent, grandparent, child, grandchild or sibling (Siblings by half, whole, or adoption).
Transfer goods/labour from the groom's family to the bride's.
The wealth transferred from parents to their daughter or husband.
Biological and physical differences.
A person's experience and expression of their identity as male, female, both, or neither.
Culturally appropriate roles of individuals in society of different sexes and/or gender identities.
Romantic or sexual attraction to another person.
Oversimplified, strongly held ideas about the characteristics of males and females.
Unequal distribution of rewards between men and women.
When a man has more than one wife.
The rare case in which a woman has more than one husband.
When the brother of a man who has died is required to marry his brother's widow.
The quality of being descended from the same ancestor as another person.