Answer briefly the following questions :
The bond of blood or marriage that binds people together in a group is called kinship. There are mainly two types of kinship groups found, namely, consanguineous and affinal. While consanguineous refers to those kins who are related by blood, e.g.: Siblings; affinal kins, on the other hand, refer to those people who are related via the social institution of marriage, e.g. Husband-wife.