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In this tool, students are introduced to kinship, defined as the most basic principle of organizing individuals into social groups, roles, and categories. Since this tutorial was written for college students, much of the text is beyond the average high-school student. Nevertheless, high-school teachers can use much of the material effectively, including the fundamentals of kinship; the descriptions and flow charts of patrilineal, matrilineal, and dual descent; and the chapter on household and domestic organization. Examples of various cultures are also informative and include photographs, but much of the text will be difficult for high-school students to follow.
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