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WAASSA Monthly Anthropology Crossword: March 2017

Here’s the crossword for March! You can complete it online here. Or, if you’d like to print out a PDF, you can download the PDF here: waassa-crossword-march-2017.

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Clues

Across:

2. The tradition of a person marrying within their own social group or community.

5. An unfavourable attitude towards a particular group, not based on reason.

7. A pattern of residence in which a newly married couple settle in a household with no connection to either side of the family.

8. A process by which religion loses influence in a society or culture.

10. A term referring to kinship ties based on bloodlines.

12. A political system in which power is held by religious organisations.

13. A theoretical approach to sociology and anthropology that seeks to find objective truths and determine universal social ‘laws’.

14. A term to describe a family structure that consists of a couple and their children.

15. A term referring to an agricultural practice in which plants are slashed down and then burned to form fertile fields for farming.

Down:

1. Social relations that are defined by impersonal and indirect interactions amongst people, as opposed to personal and direct interactions.

3. A process by which higher-income people move into lower-income areas, changing the nature of the neighbourhood.

4. A culture within a culture that has unique traditions, values and practices of its own.

6. A pattern of residence in which a newly married couple settles in the husband’s mother’s brother’s house or community.

9. A social practice that is strongly forbidden.

11. A process in which people move from rural or regional areas to highly populated urban centres.

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