Living quarter arrangements in polygyny and circumcision and segregation of males at puberty
Ethnology • Vol/Iss. 13 • Published In • Pages: 401-413 •
By Kitahara, Michio
"In polygynous societies, if each co-wife lives in a separate quarter with her children, and if there is a long post-partum sexual taboo, males are most likely to be circumcised and/or segregated at puberty, compared with societies [which lack one or the other of these factors]" (406).
|Chi square||Not Supported||above .10||UNKNOWN||One-tailed|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Long Postpartum Taboo||UNKNOWN||General Sex Restrictions|
|Male Circumcision And/or Segregation At Puberty||UNKNOWN||Body Alterations, Puberty And Initiation|