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Temperamental Differences

The Shifting Political Implications of Cousin Marriage in Nineteenth-Century America

Susan McKinnon

other hand, there were those impoverished families in the backward eddies of American society that had been left behind by the dynamism of the emerging industrial order. If cousin marriages tied individuals back into networks of kin—intensifying both

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Replenishing Milk Sons

Changing Kinship Practices among the Sahrāwī, North Africa

Konstantina Isidoros

little social contact. In the Sahrāwī case, this would be the sah̩wa code of modesty between a groom and his mother-in-law. I would add that, not necessarily restricted to marriage ties (i.e. if we are analytically ‘freed’ from the sole lens of marriage