A detailed examination of two of the larger tumuli (N and T) from Andronikos's excavations allows the authors to put forward two possible social models: that the graves grouped together under this tumulus represent a polygynous, patriarchal kin group
(as is found in later times in Macedonia); or, that some kind of Miinnerbund might have been in operation.
Favoring out-group altruism, the values of liberal-high-IQ individuals greatly diverge from those of individuals with lower IQ, and in order to justify an all-encompassing altruism that goes beyond the kin group
Where friends and the extended family play a major role in the life of an average Indian, the Gandhi family seems to be a unit unto itself with seemingly little interaction with its larger Indian kin group
Sanctions still insufficient, says leader of abductee kin group
The town even then was full of armed encampments in its outer suburbs -- Pathan chiefs who had escaped with their people from the war in Afghanistan had built huge well defended compounds to house the refugees from their kin group
The town even then was full of armed encampments in its outer suburbs - Pathan chiefs who had escaped with their people from the war in Afghanistan had built huge well-defended compounds to house the refugees from their kin group
Kinship sets the limits of social labor, with members of the kin group
controlling the means of production.
Specifically, she discusses how these widows are rejected from their kin group
and how they deal with their new status, as well as their rituals, religion, caste, and residence choices.
How could this kin group
not appear, particularly since Antonio and his family were leading members of Michelangelo Florio's congregation and were active in the disputes the elder Florio encountered?
Here, the individuals in the various oyster collections were allocated into putative kin groups
, where a kin group
contains individuals that appear related based on the DNA marker data but without imposing a particular type of relationship among the individuals.
Rather, it is the self-legitimation of the kin group
and its intent and endeavor to optimize its collective self-interest.
One Anglo-Danish kin group
won much wealth and prestige through the Church, as the careers of archbishops Oda, Oskytel, and Oswald prove.