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  1. Exogamy will be positively associated with cross-allegiance/ alliance between exogamous groups (262).Kang, Gay Elizabeth - The nature of exogamy in relation to cross-allegiance/alliance of social units, 1979 - 2 Variables

    This study tests a common theory that predicts a positive relationship between exogamy and cross-allegiances between social units. Results did not support this prediction. Cross-allegiances were only weakly related to cross-cousin marriage.

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  2. Cross-cousin marriage will be associated with cross-allegiance between intra-societal units (269).Kang, Gay Elizabeth - The nature of exogamy in relation to cross-allegiance/alliance of social units, 1979 - 2 Variables

    This study tests a common theory that predicts a positive relationship between exogamy and cross-allegiances between social units. Results did not support this prediction. Cross-allegiances were only weakly related to cross-cousin marriage.

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  3. Economic exchange at marriage will be associated with cross-allegiance between intra-societal units (269).Kang, Gay Elizabeth - The nature of exogamy in relation to cross-allegiance/alliance of social units, 1979 - 2 Variables

    This study tests a common theory that predicts a positive relationship between exogamy and cross-allegiances between social units. Results did not support this prediction. Cross-allegiances were only weakly related to cross-cousin marriage.

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  4. Marital residence will be associated with cross-allegiance between intra-societal units (269).Kang, Gay Elizabeth - The nature of exogamy in relation to cross-allegiance/alliance of social units, 1979 - 2 Variables

    This study tests a common theory that predicts a positive relationship between exogamy and cross-allegiances between social units. Results did not support this prediction. Cross-allegiances were only weakly related to cross-cousin marriage.

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  5. ". . . societies with cousin marriage will have a low frequency of feuding" (206)Kang, Gay Elizabeth - Conflicting loyalties theory: a cross-cultural test, 1976 - 2 Variables

    This article tests the conflicting loyalties theory that predicts feuding will be absent when multiple allegiances are present. The author tests this theory using variables that are believed to establish cross-cutting loyalties, such as exogamy and cousin marriage. Several hypotheses are tested, none are supported.

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  6. ". . . societies with clan exogamy will have a low frequency of feuding" (204)Kang, Gay Elizabeth - Conflicting loyalties theory: a cross-cultural test, 1976 - 2 Variables

    This article tests the conflicting loyalties theory that predicts feuding will be absent when multiple allegiances are present. The author tests this theory using variables that are believed to establish cross-cutting loyalties, such as exogamy and cousin marriage. Several hypotheses are tested, none are supported.

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  7. ". . . societies with local group exogamy will have a low frequency of feuding" (206)Kang, Gay Elizabeth - Conflicting loyalties theory: a cross-cultural test, 1976 - 2 Variables

    This article tests the conflicting loyalties theory that predicts feuding will be absent when multiple allegiances are present. The author tests this theory using variables that are believed to establish cross-cutting loyalties, such as exogamy and cousin marriage. Several hypotheses are tested, none are supported.

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  8. ". . . societies with the high number of conflicting loyalties traits will have a low frequency of feuding" (206)Kang, Gay Elizabeth - Conflicting loyalties theory: a cross-cultural test, 1976 - 2 Variables

    This article tests the conflicting loyalties theory that predicts feuding will be absent when multiple allegiances are present. The author tests this theory using variables that are believed to establish cross-cutting loyalties, such as exogamy and cousin marriage. Several hypotheses are tested, none are supported.

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  9. Societies that practice local group exogamy will have peace within the local groups (90).Kang, Gay Elizabeth - Exogamy and peace relations of social units: a cross-cultural test, 1979 - 2 Variables

    This study examines the relationship between group exogamy and peace. None of the hypotheses were supported.

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  10. Societies that practice local group exogamy will have peace between the local groups (90).Kang, Gay Elizabeth - Exogamy and peace relations of social units: a cross-cultural test, 1979 - 2 Variables

    This study examines the relationship between group exogamy and peace. None of the hypotheses were supported.

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