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Index adolescence, 56–58, 237 affiliative needs, 19–20 Against Our Will: Men, Women and Rape (Brownmiller), 215–16 agency, 16–17, 21, 136, 215, 235; consent and, 190–93; subjectivity and, 175–78, 183–84, 190, 192, 194 agriculture: in Chiapas, Mexico, 92–93; patriarchy and, 34–35, 39–40; plow, 45–46; social hierarchy relating to, 41–42 Alesina, Alberto, 45–46, 47 All China Women’s Federation, 201, 204–5 Alonso, Ana Maria, 155n4 ambivalent sexism theory, 27 anger, 135–36, 164–70, 172–74 antifeminist movement, 96–97 apprenticeship, 83, 92–93 “appropriate” female behavior, 54–55, 123 Arab Families Working Group, 22 Aronson, Elliot, 24, 186 arranged marriage: family and, 1, 124–28, 237–38; family honor and, 124–28; in India, 52, 58, 61–68; in Pakistan, 1, 117, 124–28; respect schema and, 139–41 Association to Promote Contemporary Life, 164 Atalay, Zeynep, 1 attachment theory, 17–19, 61–62 autonomy, 21–22, 54, 89, 136, 144 Bandura, Albert, 16 “Bargaining with Patriarchy” (Kandiyoti), 51 Bargh, John, 17 Barlow, Kathleen, 240 behavioral development, 17, 54–55 benevolent paternalism, 90n4 benevolent sexism, 27–28 Bennett, Judith, 8, 29 Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, 11–12 biology, 35–42, 48nn3–4, 49n9 body, 25, 55–56 Boehm, Christopher, 36, 40, 48n3 Boserup, Ester, 44–45 Bourguignon, Erika, 25 Bowman, James, 6–7 Boyd, Robert, 37–38, 40–41, 49n9 brain, 17 Broussard, Julia, 155n6 Brown, Judith, 46 Brownmiller, Susan, 215–16 Burke, Tarana, 243 capital, 12–13, 48n2 capitalism, 8–10, 13–15, 146 Chang, Kyung-Sup, 178–79 Chiapas, Mexico, 91; agriculture in, 92–93; education in, 92–93, 99–101, 105–8; ethnographic vignettes from, 101–7; family in, 97–109; gender in, 92–96, 98–101, 107–9; gender roles, in Zinacantán, 101–7; marriage in, 1, 97–109; patriarchal bargain in, 96–101; sexuality in, 101–9; social hierarchy in, 98–99, 104 Chicana/o familism, 193n2 child caretaking, 45–46, 182; cultural models of, 51–52, 59; deference and, 26–27; emotional arousal in, 24, 56–58; familism and, 26–27; in India, 20; infant-caregiver relations, 17–20, 52–54, 69n4, 86, 140; multiple childcare , 52–54; sleeping habits and, 52, 54, 69n4 273 child development, 182; attachment theory, socialization, and, 17–19; autonomy and, 54; of self, 17–20, 139; socialization and, 52–56, 236, 242 childhood: father absence in, 144–45; in India, 52–60; what girls must learn in, 56–60 children: domestic violence and, 165–69, 172; dusta pila (naughty child), 58–59; marriage of, 56–57; naming of, 54; respect schema and, 140–41 China, 30; All China Women’s Federation in, 201, 204–5; deference in, 196, 209–10; education in, 2, 197–201, 204–9, 242; gender in, 196–201, 204, 207–10; leftover women in, 204–10; marriage in, 2, 195–200, 204–10; population control in, 28–29, 204, 206; post-socialist patriarchy in, 198–200, 207–9; property rights in, 33, 34–35, 195–203, 206–10; research methods and findings on, 200–204; state in, 11, 28–29, 198–99, 201, 204–5 Chong, Kelly, 16, 25–26, 28 church participation, 175, 187–90 closed corporate communities, 40 coercion, 26–29, 37–38 cognitive consistency, 24–25, 146 cognitive dissonance, 24–26, 153–54, 186 cognitive schemas, 22–24, 93–96, 186 collective protest, 242–44 collectivism, 48n7 colonialism, 9–10, 31, 62, 115 coming-of-age ceremonies, 56–58 communication, 75–77, 171–72, 174 competitive familism, 184–86 compulsory heterosexuality, 108 Confucianism, 178–79, 180, 183, 194n5 consciousness, 2, 15, 183 consent: agency and, 190–93; kidnap marriage and, 223–24, 227–28; sexual assault and, 226, 232 “Contributions to a Feminist Psychological Anthropology” (Seymour), 14 cooperation, 29, 35–40 coping strategies, 167–70 The Creation of Patriarchy (Lerner), 5 Crenshaw, Kimberlé, 4 cultural models, 3; of child caretaking, 51–52, 59; in India, 75–76; of marriage, 61; in Oaxaca, Mexico, 138–41, 153–54 cultural schemas, 23–24; in Oaxaca, Mexico, 136–46; sexuality and, 108–9 culture: autonomy and, 21–22; deference and, 43; identity relating to, 2–3; kidnap, 212, 218–19, 227, 232–33; patriarchy relating to, 5, 32; rape, 211–12, 215–19, 224–25, 232–33, 242–43. See also sociocultural change D’Andrade, Roy, 138–39 daughter-in-law transitions, 60–62 deference: child caretaking and, 26–27; in China, 196, 209–10; culture and...

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9780826360847
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9780826360830
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1124609064
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296
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2019-10-21
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English
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