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- anthropology, patrilocal residence or patrilocality, also known as virilocal residence or virilocality, are terms referring to the social system in which a married...
- and chiefs, and tracing their origin to a common ancestor. They observe virilocal residence. The Fali people trace their ancestry to the Ngomma, who founded...
- succession and lineage affiliations with one-marriage rule. Joint families, or virilocal communities are common, wherein families of brothers settle close to each...
- infanticide and abandonment of girls. Because girls traditionally marry out in virilocal marriage (living with or near the husband's parents) they have been seen...
- (clan) must find a mate from another clan, under pain of taboo violation. Virilocal residence is the norm. A degree of bilingualism / bidialectalism is normal...
- 16th century, medieval women gained new-found security as wives within virilocal systems, in contrast to the insecurity of Heian-period wives in uxorilocal...
- If previously mostly women moved to Mabilafu – due to the customary of virilocal marriage – in the last years the number of men moving to Mabilafu increased...
- or exclusion in Barasana identity, which accounts for the custom of virilocality. Women marrying out, though speaking Barasana as their native tongue...
- Jabo, and apparently widespread across the Kru group is the practice of virilocal exogamy. This is enforced as a taboo at the clan level, but in practice...
- is the result of a "structural tension between matrilineal descent and virilocal marriage" (i.e., the tension a woman feels between her mother's family...