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Karo Batak Cousin Marriage, Cosocialization,andthe Westermarck
karo batak cousin marriage, cosocialization,andthe westermarck
.ABSTRACT Among the Karo Batak of North Sumatra, Indonesia, marriages between matrilateral crosscousins (impal) are . analyses of postmarital residence patterns from two studies of the Karo Batak. The analyses reveal that, although individuals are likely to have.

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2. Karo Batak Of North Sumatra
2. karo batak of north sumatra
.The Karo are 1 of 6 so-called “Batak” groups with a cultural heartland in the periequatorial highlands of .). The others are Angkola, Mandailing, Pakpak, Simalungun, and Toba. The Karo Batak are primarily cash-crop and subsistence agriculturalists who have thrived.. Kipp 1984a; Penny and Singarimbun 1972). While many aspects of Karo tradition persist in the face of significant cultural change, others. perceptive account of Karo society, R.S. Kipp (1993) suggests that the Karo themselves can identify unfamiliar folks as Karo only on those.

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Resource Competition And Reproduction Karo Batak Villages
resource competition and reproduction karo batak villages
. hypotheses were tested with quantitative ethnographic data collected among the Karo Batak— patrilineal agriculturalists from North Sumatra, Indonesia, among whom land is.

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Bibliography Of Works On The Karo Batak Of North Sumatra, Indonesia
bibliography of works on the karo batak of north sumatra, indonesia
.The Karo are 1 of 6 “Batak” groups with a cultural heartland in the highlands of North .). The others are Angkola, Mandailing, Pakpak, Simalungun, and Toba. The Karo Batak are primarily cash-crop and subsistence agriculturalists who have thrived. (Kipp 1984a; Penny & Singarimbun 1967). While many aspects of Karo tradition persist in the face of significant cultural change, others. perceptive account of Karo society, R.S. Kipp (1993) suggests that the Karo themselves can identify unfamiliar folks as Karo only on those.

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Parental Supply And Offspring Demand Amongst Karo Batak Mothers
parental supply and offspring demand amongst karo batak mothers
. data on sickness histories and mother–infant interactions from 24 Karo Batak women and their young children from two rural villages in.

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