A cross-cultural study of drunkenness
Harvard College • Cambridge • Published In • Pages: 101 •
By Davis, William N.
"In short, these results indicate that relatively speaking, bilateral and cognatic kin groups rely more heavily upon an economy that presumably forces the father to leave his home for long periods of time . . . thus encouraging them [children] to adopt feminine modes of behavior" (39)
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Type Of Economy||Independent||Production And Supply|
|Type Of Kin Group||Dependent||Rule Of Descent|