Fb2 Rethinking Central Asia: Non-Eurocentric Studies in History Social Structur ePub
by Korkut A. Erturk
|Author:||Korkut A. Erturk|
|Publisher:||Ithaca Press (January 1, 1999)|
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She argues that Central Asian nomadic social structures are most appropriately understood as segmentary lineage systems. In the segmentary lineage system, geneology and kinship are central elements to all political relationships, but are quite malleable. Descent groups are important to every level of social organization, from the small group that lives and travels together to the royal lineage.
Dr Korkut A. Erturk is Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Utah.
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