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Kinship: Quiz


Question 1: Rules of kinship and descent have important public aspects, especially under monarchies, where they determine the order of succession, the ________ and the heir presumptive.
DenmarkUnited KingdomJapanHeir apparent

Question 2: At ________, the prohibitions are typically phrased in terms of "degrees of consanguinity."
Reception statuteShariaCivil law (legal system)Common law

Question 3: Many anthropologists went so far as to see, in these patterns of kinship, strong relations between kinship categories and patterns of marriage, including forms of marriage, restrictions on marriage, and cultural concepts of the boundaries of ________.
ProstitutionSexual abuseIncestMiscegenation

Question 4: One of the founders of the anthropological relationship research was ________, in his Systems of Consanguinity and Affinity of the Human Family (1871).
New YorkUnited StatesLewis H. MorganAnthropology

Question 5: The Western model of a ________ consists of a couple and its children.
ParentNuclear familyAdoptionAttachment theory

Question 6: Family relations as sociocultural genealogy lead back to gods[1] (see ________, religion), animals that were in the area or natural phenomena (as in origin stories).
Greek mythologyReligion and mythologyMythologyMyth and ritual

Question 7: His field studies devastated the ideas of structural-functional stability of kinship groups as corporations with charters that lasted long beyond the lifetimes of individuals, which had been the orthodoxy of ________.
Social anthropologyCultural anthropologyLinguistic anthropologyCulture

Question 8: Kinship is one of the most basic principles for organizing individuals into social groups, roles, categories, and ________.
Family nameFamily treeGenealogyMatrilineality

Question 9: Most human groups share a taboo against ________; relatives are forbidden from marriage but the rules tend to vary widely when one moves beyond the nuclear family.
Sexual abuseMiscegenationIncestProstitution

Question 10: Beanpole family is a term used to describe expansions of the number of living ________ within a family unit, but each generation has relatively few members in it.
United StatesGeneration YGenerationGreatest Generation

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