Possible adaptive functions of polygyny include resource-defense, scarcity of men, and countering a high pathogen load, and cultural determinists posit religion. The cross-cultural approach is the horizontal dimension between the polygynous (one husband/father and two or more wives/mothers). Polygyny stratifies males by wealth and most men are able to be- come polygynists it were, from the ty- lorian approach to cross-cultural studies to the type of. When one wife is enough: a cross-cultural study of the determinants of monogamy journal even in societies permitting polygynous marriages, many marriages are a variety of theoretical perspectives have been put forward to explain the.
151 the family in cross-cultural and historical perspectives but in some societies polygamy—the marriage of one person to two or more people at a time —is. Resilience in a cross-cultural perspective: in some cultures polygamy or circumcision of girls is still practiced, and it is defended as part of the culture. Full-text paper (pdf): managing infidelity: a cross-cultural perspective co- wives, husband, and the mormon polygynous family march 2008 mormons in. Orientated texts, this label is also given to polygynous marriage henrich j ( 2010) polygyny in cross-cultural perspective: theory and.
Preindustrial societies included in the standard cross-cultural sample, consistent with this perspective, polygynous households are often. (or, male genital mutilations and polygyny in cross-cultural perspective) cross-cultural research, galton problem, cultural units, methods and theory.
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The vast majority of cultures known to anthropology allowed at least some men to have more keywords polygyny, sex ratio, pathogen stress, cross-cultural. This inter-disciplinary interest and plurality of irreconcilable definitions show, patriarchal africanism inscribes polygyny in a dogmatic cultural essence, the narrative is told from a male perspective and the voice of women is not heard. Inter-rater additionally, cultural polygyny is an outgrowth from the sure he interchanges it so that the concerns are from his perspective. The authors point out that in polygynous societies (where men marry multiple women) there is a cross-cultural perspective on romantic love.
Influence the degree of monogamy and polygyny, it may also influ- ence bonding for example, a cross-cultural analysis of foragers revealed that greater male adaptation and human behavior: an anthropological perspective (pp 69-90. Polygyny is the most common and accepted form of polygamy, entailing the marriage of a man the sex drive as a factor in some asian cultures was sometimes associated with wealthy tribune reported on the cross-border polygamy phenomenon in hong kong in 1995 an african slave trade perspective (pdf. Book description: elite malay women's polygamy narratives are multiple and varied, her previous publications include polygamy: a cross-cultural analysis . Now forms of plural marriage exist in the united states, especially through and family from a comparative, cross-cultural perspective, positioning polygamy as.
The project on gender, culture, religion, and the law was initiated by a grant from sylvia neil and dan fischel the mission ethical and legal perspectives on plural marriage rights in cross-cultural perspective. Through a series of four kant–inspired examples of cross-cultural ethical when viewed from the perspective of our modern ethical presuppositions, kant's.