domestic cycle

domestic cycle

or

developmental cycle of domestic group

(particularly in ANTHROPOLOGY) the fact that any domestic group will experience different compositions over time as children are born and, when older, may leave the group, and as elderly members die. However, even in the same society, not all domestic groups will have the same developmental cycle.
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Which gives us much confidence that next year's Great Exhibition of the North can be another such money-spinner - and superb showcase for our region - as this year's visit of the biggest domestic cycle race.
The second play in a domestic cycle that Richard Nelson calls "The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family," "What Did You Expect?
I'm in a very domestic cycle and I happen to love it," she told the magazine.
Of these, no more than 1,000 are employed in domestic cycle manufacture, although they appear to be considerably busier than other areas of the economy.
The suggestion has been made that in Senegal a domestic cycle of infection involving ticks may be possible because of the enzootic nature of disease in the country and the identification of infected soft ticks in some pig pens (2).
After "going mobile" in 2006 and convening the domestic cycle of the conference at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida (a conference which produced both a special issue of Controversia: An International Journal of Debate and Democratic Renewal on "'Democracies' in Transition," Fall 2007, and a collection of essays still in the process of publication), the Thirteenth Biennial Conference will return to its home at Wake Forest University in March, 2010.
gondii coexists with a domestic cycle, in which cats take a central role.
At some undetermined time during this 9,000-year interval, a few of the vector species became adapted to the thatched roof and other features of the region's human dwellings and initiated the independent domestic cycle involving only humans and their domesticated animals.
That reach is chiefly powerful for creating economic opportunity because large firms can either link poor producers to the rest of the world or strengthen domestic cycles of wealth creation through mobilizing growers, producers, distributors as well as consumers.
OFFERING MOTORCYCLE SALES, ON-SITE REPAIRS OF IMPORT AND DOMESTIC CYCLES, EXTENSIVE INVENTORY OF HARD TO FIND PARTS.
The papers in this volume present the current state of Northwest Coast household archaeology and describe the culture's architecture, domestic cycles, household production and distribution, social hierarchy, settlement patterns, post-contact sociopolitical and economic change, as well as the taphonomy of the material remains of household activities.