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A Dictionary of Albanian Religion, Mythology, and Folk Culture. London: Hurst & Co. Gjonça, Arjan (2001). " Studies in Population and Urban Demography No. 8. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Grothusen, Klaus-Detlev, editor (1993). Albanien: Südosteuropa-Handbuch, vol. VII. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht. Hahn, Georg von (1854 [reprint 1981]). Albanesische Studien. 3 vols. Jena: Friedrich Mauke Verlag [reprint, Athens: Karavias]. Hasluck, Margaret (1954). The Unwritten Law in Albania. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Land Tenure. Farms and vineyards are often family owned. Single heirs, who may be of either gender, are chosen to carry on the tradition rather then split apart the holding. Kinship Kin Groups and Descent. Alsatians practice the typically Western European form of bilateral kinship with a patrilateral emphasis. Kinship Terminology. As in the rest of Western Europe, kinship terminology is Inuit with cousins distinguished by gendered terms. Ascending and descending generations are distinguished by generation and gender.

The Église, the Reformed Church (who do not refer to Alsatians themselves as "Calvinists"), represent some 4 percent of the urban population, and Jews represent approximately 2 percent. The two World Wars of this century have seen a very large member of Alsatian Jews killed and displaced. After World War II, many Jews left (or were taken from) the area and did not return. Hence, many of the Jews of Alsace today are not Alsatian Jews, but post-war arrivals. However, there are a number of old established Jewish families in Alsace.

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