Some articles on exchange:
... alliance theory, there are two different structural "models" of marriage exchange ... to offer a single explanation for cross-cousin marriage, sister-exchange, dual organisation and rules of exogamy ... When groups exchange women on a regular basis they marry together, with each marriage creating a debtor/creditor relationship which must be balanced through the "repayment" of wives, either directly or in the next ...
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