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14th Nov '17 6:14:52 PM Dravencour
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* AppealToTradition

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* AppealToTraditionAppealToTradition: Often, this state of affairs is justified by saying that it's how things have always been done.
9th Nov '17 8:56:09 AM angie710
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* DefiledForever, when the dishonor is that the family member was raped.

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* DefiledForever, when the dishonor is that the family member was raped.raped, or simply engaged in illicit sex (or is rumored to have done so).
22nd Oct '17 7:17:07 PM nombretomado
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* ChildBallad 65, "Lady Maisry" is a Border ballad about a young Scottish girl who falls in love with an Englishman and becomes pregnant by him after refusing to marry any of the Scottish lords her family approved of. In response, her family has her burned alive.
* ChildBallad 233, "Andrew Lammie", also called "Mill O'Tifty" is a Scottish ballad about a young woman named Annie, who is the daughter of the miller at Tifty. She falls in love with the titular Lammie, who is a trumpeter for the Lord of Fyvie. Lord Fyvie finds Annie attractive, and tells her parents he wants to marry her, and they agree. When Annie says that she's in love with Andrew Lammie, her brother and father kill her.

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* ChildBallad Literature/{{Child Ballad|s}} 65, "Lady Maisry" is a Border ballad about a young Scottish girl who falls in love with an Englishman and becomes pregnant by him after refusing to marry any of the Scottish lords her family approved of. In response, her family has her burned alive.
* ChildBallad Literature/{{Child Ballad|s}} 233, "Andrew Lammie", also called "Mill O'Tifty" is a Scottish ballad about a young woman named Annie, who is the daughter of the miller at Tifty. She falls in love with the titular Lammie, who is a trumpeter for the Lord of Fyvie. Lord Fyvie finds Annie attractive, and tells her parents he wants to marry her, and they agree. When Annie says that she's in love with Andrew Lammie, her brother and father kill her.
30th Sep '17 8:29:41 PM angie710
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* SlaveToPR: It's the ''reputation'' of the family and/or its members that counts. Harming or killing family members who pose a threat to that reputation is seen as protecting the family.
30th Sep '17 8:26:33 PM angie710
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* HonorBeforeReason
14th Sep '17 6:48:15 PM angie710
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* BlueAndOrangeMorality: killing, disowning, injuring, etc. "wayward" or "unruly" family members is seen as being for the greater good of the family vis a vis their public image.


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* CultureJustifiesAnything
14th Sep '17 6:46:38 PM angie710
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* MadWomanInTheAttic, if the dishonor is a family member being mentally ill, disabled, etc.


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* ValuesDissonance
28th Aug '17 4:18:45 PM GrammarNavi
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* Sometimes referenced on ''GoodnessGraciousMe''. One example was a mock advertisement for the fire-proof "Asbestos Sari", designed to prevent the wearer meeting an untimely death in a "kitchen accident" (this is sometimes used as a euphemism for women being killed over dowry disputes, sometimes by being ''burned alive''.)

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* Sometimes referenced on ''GoodnessGraciousMe''.''Radio/GoodnessGraciousMe''. One example was a mock advertisement for the fire-proof "Asbestos Sari", designed to prevent the wearer meeting an untimely death in a "kitchen accident" (this is sometimes used as a euphemism for women being killed over dowry disputes, sometimes by being ''burned alive''.)
25th Jul '17 8:08:15 PM angie710
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* AppealToConsequences

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* AppealToConsequencesAppealToForce
25th Jul '17 8:05:03 PM angie710
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* AppealToConsequences
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