Conclusion: Asian and African systems of polyandry

@article{Levine1980ConclusionAA,
  title={Conclusion: Asian and African systems of polyandry},
  author={Nancy E. Levine and W. Sangree},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Family Studies},
  year={1980},
  volume={11},
  pages={385-410}
}
This conclusion summarizes themes central to the papers collected in this volume-the definitional characteristics of polyandry, the relative status of women, as well as the political, economic and ... 
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