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Shifting boundaries of fertility change in Southwestern Nigeria

Renne, Elisha P


Anthropologists and demographers rely on distinctive methodologies and forms of evidence even while they share a common interest in explaining fertility change. This paper proposes a cultural anthropological approach that focuses on the process whereby meanings associated with practices and things are reinterpreted over time. Using the image of shifting boundaries of kinship relations, it examines changing interpretations of three fundamental aspects of social life—family land, marriage, and...[Show more]

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Date published: 1996
Type: Journal article


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