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The Anthropology of Marriage in Lowland South America

This volume reveals that individuals in Amazonian cultures often disregard or reinterpret the marriage rules of their societies―rules that anthropologists previously thought reflected practice. It is the first book to consider not just what the rules are but how people in these societies negotiate, manipulate, and break them in choosing whom to marry. Using ethnographic case studies that draw on previously unpublished material from w...