A holocultural study of societal organization and modes of marriage: a general evolutionary model

HRAF New Haven Published In Pages: ??
By Evascu, Thomas L.


The author examines modes of marriage and societal organization from a functionalist (general evolutionary) perspective. He focuses on the relationships of subsistence (economic) patterns, settlement patterns, and social complexity to predicting modes of marriage, with particular emphasis on the importance of subsistence as an underlying structural influence upon social patterns.


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