Related Internet Sites
General Marriage related links:
- Economics of Polygyny (article on polygyny and bride price--EconWPA.wustl.edu, Washington University in St. Louis)
- Ancient Roman Marriage Laws (basis for later European law codes--Internet Medieval Sourcebook, Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies)
- International Couples Homepage (inter-cultural marriage discussions)
- State Variations on American Marriage Prohibitions (summary of the differences between states in regards to the relatives who are prohibited as potential marriage partners--by Brian Schwimmer, University of Manitoba)
Links to ethnographic examples of marriage patterns and other aspects of culture:
- Family and Society in Ancient Israel (based on Biblical texts--by Brian Schwimmer, University of Manitoba)
- Native American Indian Cultures (short ethnographies of several dozen indigenous cultures; includes extensive reference links for each culture; by Hands Around the World)
- Social Organization in a Turkish Village (by Brian Schwimmer, University of Manitoba)
- The Akan (a South African society--by Brian Schwimmer, University of Manitoba)
- The Dani (a New Guinea tribal group--by Brian Schwimmer, University of Manitoba)
- The Yanomamö (a South American Indian society--by Brian Schwimmer, University of Manitoba)
- Yanomamö Indians (a short ethnography of the Yanomamö with extensive reference links; created by Hands Around the World)
Unusual sexuality related links:
- bisexual.org (bisexuality information on the internet--The Bisexual Foundation)
- National Gay and Lesbian Taskforce (links to news, views, organizations, ect.)
- Prostitution (AltaVista links to laws, issues, etc. related to prostitution)
- The Renaissance (support and information for transvestites and transsexuals--Transgender Association, Inc.)
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