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America Is No Longer A Melting Pot
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5 pages in length. It has long been said that the United States of America is a vast melting pot of various races, religions and heritages that make it one of the most culturally diverse populations in all the world. This blending of such culture has been credited with bringing societies closer together and allowing people to understand and accept other lifestyles other than their own. The writer discusses why this is no longer true; that while America may still house the greatest variety of peoples, it is no longer an educational or cultural melting pot. No additional sources cited.
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American Culture/The Changing South
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A 6 page essay that draws on an essay, "What is Happiness?" by John Ciardi. The writer argues that "happiness" has always been part of the American Dream. However, as John Ciardi in his essay "What is Happiness?" points out, this term has proven difficult to define. At one point in the culture of the Southeast, "happiness" was equated with the perpetuation of a culture that was seriously flawed. In the nineteenth century, southeastern portion of the United States had a distinctive culture that differentiated it from the rest of the country. The writer outlines some of the characteristics of Southern culture and relates this to Ciardi's essay. No additional sources cited.
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An Anthropological View of Ghosts
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This 6 page paper uses a case study of possession as a springboard for discussion. Ghosts in society as well as religion are issues of focus. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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An Anthropological View of Oscar Lewis’ “The Children of Sanchez: Autobiography of a Mexican Family”
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A 5 page overview of the lives and circumstances of five members of a poor Mexican family in Mexico City in the 1960s. Plagued by poverty, the challenges of living in the corrupt and unpredictable environment of one of the world’s largest cities, and just the incredibly fragile relations which occur within a typical family, the Sanchez family walks on tedious grounds in most aspects of their daily lives. This paper examines the attitudes of each of the family members from an anthropological perspective and attempts to answer the question as to whether it is fate that shapes their lives or their own actions. The author also points out that Lewis’ anthropological method is now considered outdated and possibly even deleterious by contemporary anthropologists. No additional sources are listed.
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An Archaeological Investigation into Poverty Point: Native American Earthworks
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A 5 page paper exploring the societal importance of this massive series of prehistoric earthworks which overlook the Mississippi River swamplands in northeastern Louisiana. The author of this paper explores the construction techniques employed at the site and the problems which are encountered when archaeologists try to interpret its meaning. This paper contends that manner in which the earthworks at Poverty Point were constructed stands in testament to its tremendous importance to the people that built the site and the diverse material culture of the site indicates it was associated with a tremendous trade network. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPnaMnd2.rtf

An Interview with My Grandmother: Changes Through Time
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A 6 page discussion of the changes which have been experienced in family structure, technology, educational expectations, and society as a whole between the life of a woman born in the 1920s, her daughter, and her granddaughter. The author utilizes the views of her grandmother to illustrate the declining societal mores which characterize our contemporary world. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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An Introduction to the Traditional Culture of the Creek Indians
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A 15 page discussion of the culture and social interaction which characterizes these Southeastern Native Americans. While the Creeks still maintain a distinctive culture today, their culture and social interactions (just as have those of all other Native American groups) have changed over time. This paper examines the Creeks as they were shortly after contact with Europeans and observes that, while their culture has changed in some respects, they remain a distinctive cultural group even today. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
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AN OVERVIEW OF CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
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This paper provides a definition and overview of cultural anthropology, as well as a comparison with other scientific disciplines. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: MTanthro.rtf


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