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Barriers to Assimilation: A Study of Black Urban Culture
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This 7 page paper examines Joyce Aschenbrenner's Lifelines. Chicago in the 1970s is discussed as are racial components. This anthropological paper focuses on the culture of the American black community and changes it has endured over the decades. A proposal for this paper is included. The paper maintains that the reason why black culture stands out today is due to the fact that the social constructions are very different from White America's European culture. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Becoming New Yorkers
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A 3 page book review of the text Becoming New Yorkers, which is a collection of ethnographic essays edited by Philip Kasinitz, John Mollenkopf and Mary Waters, published in 2004. The book reports on the new, contemporary second-generation immigrant population of New York City. In this text, each of the contributing writers offers insightful discussions of their research into the issues affecting the lives of these New Yorkers. The point of the text is to apply ethnographic methods of investigation to goal of determining how the environment of New York City contributes to reshaping the lives of second-generation immigrants. The central orientation of the text is on the various ways in which immigration is resulting in an increasingly diverse population. Bibliography lists 3 sources, which are all essays from this text.
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Behavioral Evolution and the Formation of Culture
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An 8 page discussion of behavioral evolution and the role of behavioral science in that evolution. Notes that behavioral changes occur over time on both an individual level and a cultural level. Compares these changes with biological evolution through the process of natural selection. Warns that while the intervention of behavioral science may be of positive use in correcting truly aberrant individual behavior, it could be of tremendous adverse impact to cultural evolution as a whole. Encourages cultural self-control and warns against the approach of Westernization and deliberate cultural design and intervention. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Beliefs and Practices: The Vodou Spirits of Ezili and Shamanistic Healing
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This 6 page paper examines Haitian vodou and Shamanism. Research is provided to support the assumptions. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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Bell Curve
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In 5 pages "This author proposes to discuss, in a critical evaluation, how Richard Herrnstein and Charles Murray, the authors of "The Bell Curve: Intelligence and Class Structure in American Life", construct their arguments, and how they use claim, facts, opinions, etc., while concentrating on how the authors use language, reasoning, etc. to build there case and then ultimately concentrating on how they contradict one another." Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Bias in Jody Glittenberg's "To The Mountain and Back" and Dennis Werner's "Amazon Journey"?
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A 4 page discussion of the bias which is characteristic of much of anthropological research. While some scientists contend that research can be designed and conducted in such a manner that one’s values, or the values of the subject, do not interfere with the findings; others contend that such research is an impossibility, that individual values are an inherent influence on research. Certainly neither Glittenberg's nor Werner’s approach is value free. No additional sources are listed.
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Biology & Behavior / Nature vs. Nurture
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9 pages on biologically determined behaviors and the nature vs. nurture controversy. Writer finds that many of our more common behaviors do indeed find their roots in biology. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Bipedal Locomotion In Australopithecus Afarensis / A Study of Lucy and Lovejoy
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A 7 page paper that provides an overview of the theories surrounding bipedalism and the benefits for Australopithecus afarensis, the ancestral hominids of the African savanna. This paper looks at the perspectives of Edey, Johanson, Lovejoy and a number of other major anthropologists. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Lucy.rtf


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