Rite of Passage from Childhood to Adulthood
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As the paper stresses the author's first right of passage was physical maturation. His parents stopped treating him as a small child when he attained the age of 12. At this stage, they believed he could make right decisions about his life. His next stage after physical maturation was sexual initiation. 
Social Organization and Kinship
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As the paper highlights many of the European nations use the patrilineal way of identifying themselves in a family. The woman leaves the place where she can get the social support from their kin. Kinship is a very important social relationship that is quite important aspects of the lives of the most humans in the society.
Immigrants and Health Care Access in the United States
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As the report declares the undocumented immigrants do not have a wide access to the publicly funded health care systems and that they are more reluctant to use services due to confusion and fear over eligibility regulations. Immigration has not undermined the American culture, but instead, has been an integral part of it.
Mycenaean Civilization
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The paper gives an insight into the historical path of the Mycenaean Civilization. The name “Mycenaean” was derived from the city of Mycenae in Peloponnese, Southern Greece. The Mycenaean civilization, however, was made up of Athens, Thebes, Pylos, and Tiryns, and included the city of Troy when the Mycenaeans defeated the Minoans.
Globalization and Identity
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In this essay, the researcher aims to assess the discourses of globalization in terms of political, economic and social conditions that have affected the identity, culture, class and gender of the people belonging to the Asian Continent. At the same time, he provides a synthesis about the contexts and premises that he had investigated in this paper.
Auto-ethnography
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According to the report, Auto-ethnography, there are attributes aboutthe author'sy parents and historical events that he can attest to as most of them are still clear in his mind. His dad is a very interesting person with standard principles and commendable values; in fact, he have learned so much from him. 
Why would satanism be called magic
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The author explains that magic is virtually the definition upon which Satanism takes basis. Magic conforms to two types of manifestations: the existence of the power to initiate an action and the establishment of effects from existing contact. He believes in the existence of some phenomenon in the families communicating with their dead relatives.
Maturity and Aging in Cross-Cultural Perspectives Book Report
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lighting the roles older people ought to play in order to create, and sustain these cultures as well as reducing the age related tensions resulting from the same (Apt,1996). The paper that follows will analyze the two books and depict the perspective of the two books on the
Post-Modern Anthropology
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The last two decades of the twentieth century saw a rapid development in the field of postmodern anthropological theory. The post-modern theory of anthropology proved it right that “no one narrative of the way things are can be truly objective or authoritative.” It is true that the postmodern theory of anthropology is a culmination of the criticisms.
Circumcision Ritual as a Rite of Passage
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In this essay I will write about the ritual of circumcision as practiced by young men in East African communities in Kenya and Tanzania. Circumcision in these communities is a rite of passage because it involves a symbolic action that represents a transitional stage in life as a person moves from one stage into the other (Hensley, 2014).
Dynamism in Precolonial African Society
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As the report stresses that the precolonial past of Africa still remains a largely unknown and unresearched area of study. The need for research in this area stems from a need for archives regarding this era. The presence of archives is considered to be one of the major ways in which the sanctity and historical validity of a culture can be asserted.
Comparison Between Ethnically Correct Dolls And Process of Ethnicity in England
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According to the report in the search for a suitable comparison article, essays related to anthropology were all considered. Then, the list was narrowed down to those which touch on the issue of racism, in order to match with the main article. The article is easy to understand, and it is written in the same linguistic pattern as the Ethnically Correct Doll.
The Inuit Tribe
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The Inuit live in the Northern parts of Alaska and Canada. They live in scattered communities. In addition, the Inuit inhabits some parts of Greenland and Chukotka region in Siberia(Irwin, 1990). However, the population of Inuit in Greenland and Chukotka makes up for 150,000 people.
Gender Relations in Corporate China and Islamic State
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Current statistics indicate that the number of women joining the Islamic State grows by the day, more so among the 32,000 IS (Islamic State) fighters in Syria and Iraq. The other estimation is that 10% of international recruits by the IS are women fighters. The main origins of these women fighters are Australia, North America, and Europe.
Imperial China's Development
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According to the essay, Imperial China's Development, the Qin dynasty emerged in the 3rd B.C as the most powerful and ruthless kingdom. Their aim was to unite the Chinese as one and rule over them. The Qin became more powerful due to their mastery of horsemanship, changing the war strategies and raising up the foot soldiers.
Attributes of a Culture Formed by the ISIS
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Infidel is an English language name that is often used to translate the equivalent Arabic language word implying non-Muslims. In other words, the Islam knows this as ‘kafir.' It means an individual who ‘covers' as well as ‘conceals.' Muslims use infidels to refer to idolaters. The Quran says that infidels should be killed.
EMMA LARKINS FINDING GEORGE ORWELL IN BURMA
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The military and influential people placed themselves in a decision-making position to undermine the progressions of the populaces. Hence, she illustrated the poor governance that other
Culture Versus Environment
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Mankind has always attempted to control their environment as best they can and to mitigate the effects of elements they cannot control. Before the development of scientific knowledge explaining cause and effect, this attempt was usually through culture as exemplified by beliefs, values, rituals, and ideas.
Role Of Women In Ancient Egypt
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Hatshepsut was one of the first female pharaohs in the recorded history of ancient Egypt. She lived in the 15th century B.C. She ruled for an approximate period of 15-20 years. Before her reign as pharaoh, despite being his half-sister, Hatshepsut was the main wife of Thutmose II, who was the pharaoh.
Woman Role
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According to the report the patriarchal society was created by men to maintain a dominant position in the society that restricts the role of women in any decision making and promotes a set of rules for their conduct and actions, both within the family and outside the family environment. But household chores became the main reproduction work of the women.
Housa women in Western African society
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The chapter Growing up female in Hausaland underlines the strict subordination of men and women in Hausa society. Since childhood women have been taught to obey and take inferior position compared to men. Their real status of seclusion is determined in the age of 12-14 when they can marry. Since this time a girl is taught to behave like a woman.
Celebration
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The present paper aims to thrash out the ways of celebrating the religious festivals by the people in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). The main objective behind elaborating the festivals includes the exploration of cultural aspects and religious values observed by the masses belonging to the country, in which the two holiest sites of the Islamic world are situated.
THE CASE OF THE BRITISH PRESS ON MALE YOUTH SUICIDE
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The rate of male youth suicide has been high since 1998 and that is when the media began emphasising it and bringing it to public attention. Suicide had become the most common cause of deaths for young males from 15 to 34 years of age.
Impressionism and Expressionism
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The focus of this paper is on impressionism, expressionism, and paintings that represent those movements. Vincent van Gogh and Jozef Israels have pieces of art that portray these styles. Vincent made impressionist artworks while Israels’ composed expressionist works, which was during the late 1880s.
Cultural Issues in Public Schools
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. If a country is diverse ethically and culturally, the culture of the public schools will also be diverse which will raise cultural issues in the schools along with some benefits for the students. The thesis statement of this paper is that ‘Cultural issues that occur in public schools of culturally diverse countries affect overall culture of the public schools’.
Critique of Article About Primate Behavior
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This study looks at the nutritional benefits of eating meat among chimpanzees in the hopes of “identifying the selective pressures responsible for increased meat consumption in the hominin lineage”.
Emma Larkins Finding George Orwell in Burma
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Therefore, in Larkin text “Finding George Orwell in Burma, he tries to address the cause of what has made Burma poor country. Larkin also seeks to identify whether Orwell got something that was causing the decadence in Burma society.
Obesity in United States of America
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The condition has presented a greater challenge in America where majority of people from various states suffers from obesity. It affects a diversity of age groups in the United States of America. More than one third of the adults in the United States are obese, therefore making obesity a national disaster as recently declared by the President Obama.
Human Skin Pigmentation As Adaptive Evolution
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According to Jablonski (2012:46), ancient research has linked the human skin color with environment, whereby the skin color is associated with the level of exposure to Ultra Violet radiation (Jablionski 2012). The human skin is well adaptive to harmful UV radiation through the release of melanin from the melanoma cells.
Myths of death, after life & eschatology
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These religious myths explain universe organization in respect to its existence, the life and human destiny. This paper attempts to present African thought and myths as important to the understanding of the African being and human
Research Paper
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This has ramifications and this paper will shed more light upon the ramifications of immigration. “Ten million illegal immigrants live in the US, according to estimates by academic and government agencies,
Anthropology
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In relation to the origin of English, the article asserts that traces of English language can be found in surprising places but not as violent as that of other languages such as French, German and Russian. The democratization of English was, however, the main
Research report
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Importantly, the study focused on the origin and adoption of the meal in the society being involved in the study. The research was set to gather and analyze data
The Kinship System of Yanomamo Culture
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The kin term in the Yanomamo culture affiliates to thelroquois classificatory pattern (Simpson & Kenrick, 1997). This pattern of kinship strongly subscribes to patrilinial
Applying Anthropology Paper
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The 2 articles provided are case studies of language use preferences of immigrant children in 2 American communities. One (Fuller) describes the linguistic preferences of 4 grade four children in a Spanish-English bilingual educational program in rural southern Illinois
Enculturation
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In this essay, I will dwell on it to explain how enculturation happens in life on every individual. Everything started when by grandfather died. I
Answer questions
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In the natural environment, the life is fierce with the existence of predators .An infant raised by mother has a feeling of protection which lacks when the mother is missing .The behavioral implication of an infant raised without mother can be furious,
The Himba Ideology
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The author of the paper highlights that smeared with otjize, a blend of butterfat and powdered iron ochre for protection against the baked climate and blistering sun, the Himba are physically distinct as the “Red People” on the brown and gold landscape of Southwestern Africa.
AN310 Cultural Anthropology Assignment 5
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Thus, the old ways of communication has also faced great improvement over time and they have embraced the characteristics of being much quicker, effective, productive and low in cost as compared to the historical ways
Domestication of Plants and Animals in Ethiopia
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Determining the exact time of the establishment of domestication is an imprecise measure, as is often the case when tracking sociocultural developments. This process would have taken generations to reach a point that could be considered as an establishment
What is the main idea
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The author narrates how she managed to understand the feelings of oppression women undergo especially women of color. As a way to end this repatriation, Peggy mad a daily effect list which would put an end to
Are experiences of childhood culturally unique
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There exist universal similarities of childhood experiences that run across all the cultures of the world. Equally, some differences demonstrate that different cultures of the world treat their children differently. This study seeks to explore the differences and similarities
OUTLINE ON ARAB AMERICANS AND JEWISH AMERICANS
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to immigrate to America, the public policies that influenced each and how it has also restricted them from reaching success, the ways each group exhibited adaptation in a foreign land, and of course, how these two groups were led to interacting with each other. i.They started
Book Review
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In his 240 paged new book The Universe Within: Discovering the Common History of Rocks, Planets, and People, Shubin takes even a wider approach to examine why human beings look as they do. He links the evolution of the body of human being with cosmos evolution. The
Near and Middle East ( Martyrdom is nothing without remembrance and without the cultural industry that keeps the martyr alive after death. Discuss.)
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The cultural norm to all these societies is the high value they place the ideology of martyrdom. The intensity of the matter is something that historically should not go without
Marriage Traditions- Indian, Chinese Cultures
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This research paper posits the thesis that although there are similarities, the traditions of marriage in the two cultures are to be properly viewed in terms of the unique cultural, religious and social contexts in the two, within which the marriage traditions arise and have flourished through time.
Think of your own
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For example, development during the colonization era was taken to mean organizing European communities, their labor and market forces while simultaneously colonizing and
Movie review of The Battle of Algiers
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Gillo Pontecorvo’s is a famous director, the initial prints of the movie were accessible only as washed-out prints and the translation was also poor as the subtitles were white on white background and the audience were finding it difficult to read. However,
Summary of experience in zoo
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Though its front limbs are used to pull the rest of the body forward, it is mostly on its fours. They can also climb trees. It is fed with worms and milk when caged to ensure that it does not get less of its foraging more so because it has no teeth. Most of
Once We Were Not
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But the fossil fuel excavation revealed that homosapiens have existed on planet about 1.8 million years ago. Since this fossil was founded in Northern Kenya the single species hypothesis was abandoned. Then it was estimated that many forms of species have co
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