Alternative Kinship, Marriage, and Reproduction

@article{Levine2008AlternativeKM,
  title={Alternative Kinship, Marriage, and Reproduction},
  author={Nancy E. Levine},
  journal={Annual Review of Anthropology},
  year={2008},
  volume={37},
  pages={375-389}
}
This review examines the implications of new kinship practices for anthropological theory, with a special focus on recent research in gay and lesbian kinship and assisted reproduction. The article begins with an account of the theoretical contexts in which kinship studies have been conducted and a brief survey of some of the older literature on alternative systems of marriage and family formation in preindustrial and modern societies. The emphasis then turns to current discussions of how gay… Expand
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