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remittances based on gendered experiences still needs to be investigated. Nonetheless, recent papers have argued that migration and remittances could alter household organization, familial relations, and couples’ communication patterns in both immediate and extended families. 13 , 14 , 15 , 16 , 17

In: Central Asian Affairs

–174 Domestic Sources of Foreign Policy Change: Kyrgyzstan’s U-Turns on the U.S. Air Base at Manas Airport Shairbek Dzhuraev 175–202 Cooperation from Outside: Security Regionalism in Central Asia and Its Limits Sebastian Mayer 203–228 Volume 8, No. 3 Articles Bargaining over Remittances in Tajik Extended

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village community and the family, is the most interest- ing and successful part o f the book. Froianov argues t h a t the monogamous family was not the predominant type o f family, b u t rather t h a t the extended family was still a viable institution into the twelfth century. Against the archaeologists

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies

marriage far beyond the rules from the Bible, Byzantine civil law and the original canon law from the ecumenical councils. The hypothesis advanced will be that the Church extended the degrees of consanguinity as part of its struggle against paganism: it wanted to break down extended families and kinship

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m k o elites preferred any political alternative to the one they finally got: incorpora- tion into a Polish state. The main current in Lemko political thinking was Russophile, treating the Lemkos as part o f a extended family o f Russian nations, and banking o n . the incorporation o f L e m k o

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, among other things, marriage practices and kinship culture. As an example of one of these practices, the authors feature elopement, which stands in a stark contrast to the practices common to the highly patriarchal zadruga (extended family household). With a great deal of Balkan kinship studies

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replacement o f the extended family with the nuclear family and the development of a monetary economy encour- aged the growth o f women's rights. In the final chapter, Pushkareva summarizes the contributions and shortcomings o f the pre-Revolutionary, Soviet, and Western historiographical traditions on

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Reggie's capacity to nurture his students, most frequently at the par- ties that he and Elaine hold on major holidays in the spacious quarters and backyard of their Berkeley house, where the reigning atmosphere has reminded me of the maod at_.garh .rinQC of extended families of Eastern Europe and at

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the immediate nuclear family: husband, wife, children. For the much more recent census, however, the list moves from the nuclear fam- ily almost to what one might call the extended family: husband and wife, children; brothers of the husband; kinsmen (perhaps nephews and nieces); grandchildren with

In: Russian History

, Chekhov provides a dramatic glimpse of the parish clergy’s practice of educating and supporting their extended families and colleagues through a system of mutual aid, which ultimately rested on the voluntary tithes of parishioners. Fr. Yakov is painfully aware of his communal network’s debt to the laity

In: Russian History