Family and kinship relationships determine to a large extent an individual’s loyality and on whose help and loyality he or she is likely to count upon. With the help of this chart it becomes clear which position a marriage between kindred people takes, e.g. such as a cousin marriage. When a Middle Eastern woman marries, she is often considered to have become a member of the family of her in-laws. In addition, the chart provides the correct translations (in Turkish and Arabic). This will prove to be handy for ambiguous terms like ‘uncle’, ‘aunt’, ‘halfbrother’ and ‘stepsister’. In this way, there cannot be any misunderstanding between you and your client about who is who.
The chart is available in two separate versions: for men and for women, but you will receive them both at once.