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  1. Similar factors have been influential of changes in post-marital residence patterns for the Uto-Aztecan, Pama-Nyungan, Indo-European, Bantu, and Austronesian language families.Moravec, Jiri C. - Post-marital residence patterns show lineage-specific evolution, 2018 - 1 Variables

    Researchers examine post-marital residence patterns across five language phylogenies encompassing 371 ethnolinguistic groups. These language families are the Austronesian (Island Southeast Asia and the Pacific), Bantu (Sub-Saharan Africa), Indo-European (Eurasia), Pama-Nyungan (Australia), and Uto-Aztecan (Western USA and Mesoamerica). Contrary to the study's predictions, post-marital residence patterns did not evolve in similar ways across geographical regions but at a pace specific to its lineage.

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