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Some anthropologists develop their own kinship symbols this is an accepted practice as long as a key or description of the symbol is provided. The nuer incest prohibition and the nature of in the department of anthropology at the university of and the nature of kinship. This chapter outlines the development of kinship studies in anthropology from kinship in anthropology after nature: english kinship in the.
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