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Arrow of the Blue-Skinned God and Invitations to Love
This paper discusses Jonah Blank's Arrow of the Blue-Skinned God and Laura M. Ahearn's Invitations to Love: Literacy, Love Letters, & Social Change in Nepal, providing a brief synopsis of each and examining the points the authors make in light of previous course readings.
Arrow of the Blue-Skinned God and Invitations to Love Jonah Blank\\\'s Arrow of the Blue-Skinned God and Laura M Ahearn\\\'sInvitations to Love... more
6 pages | 2 sources | 14 citations | MLA citation style

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"Mayan Language Revival and Revitalization Politics"
This paper reviews the article "Mayan Language Revival and Revitalization Politics." The article, written by Nora C. England, was published in the American Anthropologist journal in 2003. The reviewer finds the article to be thorough, informative and inspiring. Topics include the threat of language loss in Maya communities, the revitalization efforts of Maya linguists, and the role of ideologies in both language loss and revival.
The article by England is concerned with the issue of languageloss among the Mayas It is noted that children are not learning thelanguage in some of... more
2 pages | 1 sources | 8 citations | APA citation style

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Introduction to Cultural Anthropology: The Batek of Malaysia
This paper is an introduction and outline for a larger paper. It discusses how deforestation impacts the Batek of Malaysia in terms of their subsistence, social organization, and religion.
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology The Batek of MalaysiaI Introductory paragraph The Batek are the Original Peoples of Malaysia its... more
2 pages | 4 sources | 7 citations | APA citation style

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Anthropology Position Paper on South Asia
This paper briefly recaps a previous paper on three articles by ethnographers in South Asia and proposes a new role for ethnographers in a marginalized culture--to become agents of change.
Anthropology Position Paper The two essays Susan S Wadley's One Straw from a Broom CannotSweep The Ideology and Practice of the Joint Family in Rural... more
4 pages | 3 sources | MLA citation style

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Feeding Desire
Rebecca Popenoe (2004) examined the ethnography of the Azawagh Arabs of northwestern Niger. Many trends in anthropology focus on change and inconsistency. Popenoe (2004) takes a self-proclaimed middle approach; that amidst changing economies, ideologies and politics certain aspects of culture remain consistent. In this work, the author observed the relatively unchanging practice amongst the Azawagh Arabs of fattening girls in order to make beautiful women of them.
Rebecca Popenoe examined the ethnography of the Azawagh Arabsof northwestern Niger Many trends in anthropology focus on change andinconsistency... more
4 pages | 1 sources | 5 citations | MLA citation style

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Anthropology of Singapore Culture
This paper discusses the primary mode of subsistence in prehistoric Singapore, as well as the kinship, social organization, and political organization of the region.
Anthropology of Singapore Culture The culture of Singapore has like most cultures had multiple formsof subsistence The people are still foragers to... more
5 pages | 8 sources | 27 citations | MLA citation style

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"The Rituals of American Hospital Birth"
This paper is concerned with the article, "The Rituals of American Hospital Birth," by Robbie E. Davis-Floyd. The article describes how the hospital birth process can be compared to a rite of passage, as found in anthropological studies of cultures around the world. Davis-Floyd argues that the birth process provides a way to transmit and reinforce societal values to the mother, which she later passes on to the child.
The key argument in the article by Robbie E Davis-Floyd isthat American hospital births are symbolic rites of passage To support herargument... more
3 pages | 1 sources | 6 citations | Other citation style

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compares and contrasts a bbq in the United States with a BBQ of the !Kung people of Botswana.
Comparison of Kung BBQ and American BBQ The Kung BBQ The Kung BBQ would likely consist of meat and mongongo Mongongoproduces fruits and nuts and are... more
3 pages | 2 sources | 3 citations | APA citation style

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Road through the Rain Forest
This paper discusses Hayano's book Road through the Rain Forest, explaining how the economic transformation of the natives affect their self-perception and social organization.
Road through the Rain Forest In his book Road through the Rain Forest David M Hayano recounts hisexperiences in the highland Papua New Guinea rain... more
2 pages | 1 sources | 7 citations | APA citation style

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Human Population
human, population, rockefeller, UN, USAID, WHO, WTO
Human Population Every year since the small non profit organization TED has helda conference dedicated to spreading awareness of ideas it deems worthy... more
13 pages | 7 sources | 10 citations | APA citation style

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