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- in social anthropology , patrilocal residence or patrilocality (also virilocal residence or virilocality) is a term referring to the social
- means that one’s father’s language determines one’s inclusion or exclusion in barasana identity, which accounts for the custom of virilocality .
- comment on lancaster s response: gwembe tonga virilocality. american anthropologist 83(2):375. 1988. for prayer and profit: the ritual,
- they observe virilocal residence . the fali people trace their ancestry to the ngomma, who founded the ancient capital of timpil.
- because girls traditionally marry out in virilocal marriage (living with or near the husband's parents) they have been seen as 'mouths
- nambiārs followed the marumakkathayam (matrilineal) system of inheritance with both uxorilocal and virilocal marriages and lived in units
- exogamy: virilocal residence is the norm. multilingualism: a degree of bilingualism / bidialectalism is normal in such a context, as the needs
- during the 16th century, medieval women gained new-found security as wives within virilocal systems, in contrast to the insecurity of
- a cultural trait present among the jabo, and apparently widespread across the kru group is the practice of virilocal exogamy this is
- even the practice of matriliniality was distinctly different and was predominantly matrilinial virilocal. unlike other parts of erstwhile