This Family Kinship Chart determines how we are related to others via descent and marriage. It is a fundamental social organization system. Consanguine or blood relatives are kin connected to us by descent (parent to child). An anthropologist creates a Family Kinship Chart to depict relationships. Cultural anthropologists can use kinship diagrams during an interview to quickly sketch out relationships between people. It also allows for the visual presentation of a culture's kinship pattern without names, which can be confusing and anonymous for the people. Kinship diagrams employ several fundamental symbols. A single set of characters represents people. The other group is used to describe people's relationships or connections.