Constitutional provisions[ edit ] Part of the constitutional provision as it appeared in Section 1 of Article Two of the United States Constitution sets forth the eligibility requirements for serving as president of the United States, under clause 5 emphasis added: No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty-five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States. It does provide, "All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.
On Kerala, see the India section. The Tamils largely identify with Hinduismthe Sinhalese being primarily Buddhist. A matrilineal and patriarchal mixture[ edit ] According to Kanchana N.
Ruwanpura, Eastern Sri Lanka "is highly regarded even among" feminist economists "for the relatively favourable position of its women, reflected" in women's equal achievements in Human Development Indices " HDIs as well as matrilineal and" bilateral "inheritance patterns and property rights".
She "positions Sri Lankan women within gradations of patriarchy by beginning with a brief overview of the main religious traditions," BuddhismHinduismand Islam"and the ways in which patriarchal interests are promoted through religious practice" in Eastern Sri Lanka but without being as repressive as classical patriarchy.
Minangkabau people In the Minangkabau matrilineal clan culture in Indonesiaa person's clan name is important in their marriage and their other cultural-related events. Likewise, when Minangs meet total strangers who share the same clan name, anywhere in Indonesia, they could theoretically expect to feel that they are distant relatives.
The Minang people are well-known within their country for their tradition of matrilineality and for their "dedication to Islam" — despite Islam being "supposedly patrilineal". Their strong belief in and practice of adat helps their Islam religion to not adopt a "simplistic anti-Western" version of Islam, while their strong belief in and practice of both Islam and adat helps the Minangs to limit or avoid some undesired effects of modern global capitalism.
With Islamic religious background of complementarianism and places a greater number of men than women in positions of religious and political power. Inheritance and proprietorship pass from mother to daughter. The society of Minangkabau exhibits the ability of societies to lack rape culture without social equity of genders.
They have similar culture as the Minang. Suku Kubu people live in Jambi and South Sumatera. They are around people. Suku Kerinci people mostly live in Kabupaten Kerinci, Jambi. They are around people -- China[ edit ] Originally, Chinese surnames were derived matrilineally,  although by the time of the Shang dynasty to BCE they had become patrilineal.
See the General practice section of the Mosuo article. The system of inheritance was known as Marumakkathayam in the Nair community or Aliyasantana in the Bunt and the Billava community, and both communities were subdivided into clans.
This system was exceptional in the sense that it was one of the few traditional systems in western historical records of India that gave women some liberty and the right to property.
In the matrilineal system, the family lived together in a tharavadu which was composed of a mother, her brothers and younger sisters, and her children. The oldest male member was known as the karanavar and was the head of the household, managing the family estate. Lineage was traced through the mother, and the children belonged to the mother's family.
All family property was jointly owned. In the event of a partition, the shares of the children were clubbed with that of the mother.
The karanavar's property was inherited by his sisters' sons rather than his own sons. For further information see the articles Nair and Bunts and Billava. Amitav Ghosh has stated that, although there were numerous other matrilineal succession systems in communities of the south Indian coast, the Nairs "achieved an unparalleled eminence in the anthropological literature on matrilineality".
Men seek jobs away from their hometown and take their wives and children along with them.
Negeri Sembilan A culture similar to the Minangkabau's, above, is present in Negeri SembilanMalaysia, ever since West Sumatrans settled there in the 15th century 's. The sister's sons or the brothers of the decedent are commonly the successors in these societies.
Matrilineal identification within Judaism[ edit ] Main article: Matrilineality in Judaism Matrilineality in Judaism or matrilineal descent in Judaism is the tracing of Jewish descent through the maternal line.
Virtually all Jewish communities have followed matrilineal descent from at least early Tannaitic c.
Orthodox Jewswho believe that matrilineality and matriarchy within Judaism are related to the metaphysical concept of the Jewish soul,  maintain that matrilineal descent is an Oral Law from at least the time of the Receiving of the Torah on Mt.
For he will turn away your son from following Me, and they will worship the gods of others…  Conservative Jewish Theologian Rabbi Louis Jacobs dismisses the suggestion that "the Tannaim were influenced by the Roman legal system All denominations of Judaism have protocols for conversion for those who are not Jewish by descent.
Orthodox Judaism practices matrilineal descent and considers it axiomatic. This resolution departed from the Reform Movement's previous position requiring formal conversion to Judaism for children without a Jewish mother.
As such, they interpret the Hebrew Bible to indicate that Jewishness can only follow patrilineal descent. Inthe Reconstructionist movement became the first American Jewish movement to pass a resolution recognizing Jews of patrilineal descent.
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