Social Forces • Vol/Iss. 54(2) • Oxford University Press • • Published In • Pages: 427-440 •
By Sheils, Dean
There will be an association between polygyny and ancestor worship. Societies that have a higher occurrence of polygyny will be more likely to practice ancestor worship than those with a lower occurrence or absence of polygyny.
The hypothesis was supported but the coefficient of contingency reveals the relationship between polygyny and ancestor worship is not strong.
|Chi-square||Supported||p = .05||C = .39||UNKNOWN|