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Describe the correlation between bride wealth and stability of marriage. How is your understanding of this relationship impacted by the status of women in pastoral societies?

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    The husband of a woman who brought a lot of wealth into the marriage isn't as likely to divorce her as if she'd been poor. He probably will treat her well, also.

    What is YOUR understanding of this relationship?

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