The desire for reproduction gives rise to a kind of binding relationship.
Thus kinship is an interlocking system of families of orientation and procreation.
Brother of sister’s husband, wife of brother- in-law are example of tertiary kins.
An anthropologists opines that there are at about 151 types of tertiary kins.
When two or more persons are related to each other through descent or united through marriage kinship comes into existence. Kinship mainly divided into two types such as: Those kins who are related to each other by blood is known as consanguineous kins. Son-in-law, Father-in-law, Mother-in-law, Sister- in-law etc. These are: Those kins who are closely and directly related to one another are called primary kins.
Murdock opines that each and every adult individual belongs to two nuclear families. the family in which one is born and brought up and the family of procreation i.e. The relationships formed by both these types of family, ancestors, posterity and successors are called Kinship. Normally there are eight types of primary kins which includes husband-wife, father-son, mother-son, father-daughter, mother-daughter, sister-brother, younger brother-elder brother, younger sister-elder sister.
An anthropologist opines that there are 33 types of secondary kins.
The secondary kins of our primary kins is known as tertiary kins.
His social nature compels him to tie with others in some form of relationships.
He always live with his fellow beings and is surrounded by different kinds of people.