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Anthropologists studying gender cross-culturally have documented what interesting feature among some Native American groups such as the Cheyenne, Kaska, Klamath, and Mohave?
a.    In these societies, women do the hunting while men stay close to home with the children.
b.    Women in these groups take on more leadership roles than in other foraging societies.
c.    In addition to male/female genders, they recognize a third gender in which a person that is biologically male or female takes on the social roles and behaviors of the opposite gender.
d.    Men in these groups are allowed to marry their first cousins due to low numbers of possible marriage partners.
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This makes my life easier, thanks so, so much
We're using Cultural Anthropology, 13th Edition
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Appreciate the feedback, wow!
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