- a name for an extended family (S. A.: Klan) with common (if necessary. fictitious) origin and (particularly in before-national societies) with religious, economic and political function(S.Family)
the kinship is thereby an indistinct term for the whole of the blood relationship and affinity of a person in ascend and descending line, including the side relatives, their marriage partners and descendants.
- In the Ethnologie is closely connected the term with that of the Klans.
- In the German Lesart it was used as designation both of lines of descent, and of Kindreds. Smelling pool of broadcasting corporations Thurnwald summarized Klane, which are politically not independent under the term.
- George Peter Murdock changed the term to a clearer separation opposite the Klanbegriff. After Murdock servesit for the designation of a clear line of descent. With respect to so-called Matrisippen and Patrisippen one differentiates, depending upon the regarded line outgoing from a male, or female ancestor. Afterwards the Patrisippe differs from a Patriklan by the fact that to a Patriklan only the male descendants of an ancestore.g. belong and. a married woman further to their Matrisippe belongs, although it becomes at the same time part of the Patriklans.
- a group of pathfinders. See kinship (pathfinder)
- in the Botanik to kinship occasionally in place by kind one uses.
- Fictitious kinships often are in origin legends.
- In the völkischen motion and in the time of the national socialism the use of kinship had a superelevated and political function in place of “family”. Thus became from the family historical research and/or. Genealogy the genealogy, from the family album for a village municipality the village kinship book (see local family album), andquestionable descending were examined by the office for realm kinship (see. Antisemitismus).
- a special kind of font families in the Typografie. See writing kinship.
|This side is a term clarifying for the distinction of several terms named the same word.|