False: Elephants and lions are among the other animals that also live in a matriarchy
Her series entitled Matriarchy
(2008) consists of 5 photographies [fig.
Yet some theoreticians of the matriarchy
went even further by accusing Judaism of destroying a matriarchal system which, some scholars claimed, pre-dated monotheism and ended up blaming Jews for the Shoah.
Patriarchy versus matriarchy
, industrial farming against organic, a desire to conquer death and an understanding that death and life go hand in hand.
Whereas this early poem by Mullen celebrates (black) female self-affirmation ([she] "made herself / from wind and earth") and boundless strength ("Her arms surround the sky"), Martin's poem refuses this gesture, which has too often been conflated with the superwoman trope of black matriarchy
We show a strong matriarchy
where these women are not defined by the men in their lives.
This rise of a money matriarchy
marks not just a shift in the balance of power in families but may have more positive impacts for the future economy.
was dominated by strong-minded women like Harry's mother-in-law, my aunt Lily, stubborn and spiky as a Russian peasant, and Harry's wife Pauline, a force of nature, who had crisp reactions to everyone she knew.
Marine scientist Elayne Looker said, "Whales follow a system of matriarchy
Header's conception of dance as an almost primeval mode of communication -- the "first language in the world" -- works well thematically with his portrayal of Egypt's ancient matriarchy
Those most concerned seemed fearful that American society may be on the verge of becoming a matriarchy
Greg Coughlan, head of savings at Bank of Scotland, said: "This rise of a money matriarchy
marks not just a shift in the balance of power in families but may have more positive impacts for the economy.
Or perhaps men who live in a matriarchy
simply learn to pick their battles with care.
In the relatively laisse-faire years prior to the imposition of apartheid regulations after 1950, there was something close to matriarchy
in the urbanised community as women often controlled the properties and managed the finances.
Goettner-Abendroth, a former philosophy professor turned social theorist, makes the case for reclaiming the concept of matriarchy
and the scientific study of the social patterns properly associated with it.