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b. How does the location of your home, and the concentration of the population within a particular area, relate to your mode of
production? Has this changed in our North American culture over time? Can you predict a time when, as a society, where we live
will not be dictated by our modes of production?
c. Kinship systems in horticultural-based societies provide support for people in all stages of life. With the current mobility of
global populations we find ourselves increasingly geographically distant from parents and grandparents. How do we as members
of a highly mobile and diverse society compensate for the lack of accessible kin?
2. Now that you have learned about different types of reciprocity, watch Video Reciprocity and answer the following question
about web reciprocity: To what extent are they similar to and different from the examples on reciprocity given in Chapter 4?
Use terms and examples from the discussion on reciprocity in Chapter 4 to critically evaluate the various perspectives on
reciprocity highlighted in the video. Give your own opinion about the principles of reciprocity that should guide web interactions
in general and video channel interactions in particular.
Your initial response should be at least 150 words in length. Please support your claims with examples from the text, required
and recommended material, and/or scholarly articles.
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ANT 101 Week 3 DQ 1 Social Organization
Social Organization. Watch Blood Bonds, available in the Films On Demand database, in the Ashford Online Library. Describe the
correlation between arranged marriage, economic exchanges surrounding marriage (bridewealth, bride service, dowry, etc.),
status of women, family pressures, and other factors you can think of and the stability of marriage. Based on your reading of the
textbook and the film, what are the disadvantages of different forms of marriages? Do you think they can be as successful as
marriages of choice? Which form of marriage do you have the hardest time understanding?
Reflect on marriage and divorce in current North American societies. What factors contribute to the stability of marriages in our
culture? What factors contribute to stability of marriage in the cultures shown in the film? And lastly, what factors of the cultures
in the film could contribute to the stability of marriage in our culture? And vise versa? Your initial response should be at least
150 words in length. Please support your claims with examples from the required resources.
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