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Comparing 3 Anthropology Studies
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A 4 page essay that contrasts and compares 3 anthropology texts. The writer agues that there are distinctly individual differences between the perspectives of Shostak (1981) in her ethnography of a !Kung woman and that of Malinowski (1961), whose principal interest in studying South Pacific natives is their economics. However, at the heart of anthropological differences, as illustrated Duneier (1999), is that the groups that gain the attention of anthropologists are typically radically different from one another. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Comparing American & Polish Culture
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A 5 page research paper briefly exploring the American and Polish cultures. The emphases in the essay include: religion, family, children and teenagers. There are far more similarities between the two cultures than one would expect given their respective political backgrounds. Extensive bibliography is included.
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Comparing Two Coins / Symbology Of Culture
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A 5 page analysis of the symbolic content, similarities and differences, of a coin issued by Lysimachus and a U.S. Kennedy half dollar. No bibliography.
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Comparison of Discrimination and Assimilation of African and Native Americans: Minority Groups, Cultural Changes, Colonization, Immigration, and Relations with the Dominant Group
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This is an 8 page paper discussing discrimination and assimilation of African and Native Americans. African Americans and Native Americans in the United States have experienced generations of discrimination and assimilation but from somewhat different perspectives. Native Americans were the most profoundly affected by colonization and were forced into minority group status and relocated by European whites who wanted the Native lands for their own needs similar to the minority group patterns in the theories of Robert Blauner. African Americans, on the other hand, have experienced two different forms of assimilation and discrimination in which those who were born here experienced legal segregation (until the 1960s Civil Rights Movements) in addition to discrimination and minority status based on “group inequity” in which the dominant group (white Anglo Europeans) believed African Americans to be inferior combined with “differential power” in which the dominant group was larger and had the resources to force the African Americans into minority status; ideas reflected in the theories of Donald L. Noel. African Americans are also comprised of immigrants who according to Blauner, made the decision to immigrate to the U.S. and therefore differ from those who were forced into minority status. Regardless of the origins of the Native Americans and African Americans, most sociologists agree that because they have been deemed “minority social races” they will continue to experience various forms of assimilation expectations and discrimination by the dominant group. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Comparison of the Family and Gender Structures in the Yanomamo, the Aztec and the Modern American Families
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This is a 5 page paper comparing the gender and family structures of the Yanomamo, the Aztecs and modern Americans. The Yanomamo of the Brazilian rainforest, the Aztecs of Mexico and modern Americans all have traditionally different gender and family structures and roles but all also experienced shifts within their structures to adapt to new situations encountered by new generations. The males within the Yanomamo are considered as the warriors but are heavily influenced by the women who demand protection from raiding tribes. The men within the tribes also continuously create stronger alliances with other powerful men in order to increase their status and their marriage options. The families of the Aztecs of Mexico lived jointly and joint households consisted of complex kinship ties in addition to the genders enjoying a parallel level of roles and respect. After the Spanish conquests however, the gender roles and family structures shifted toward a more male oriented society consistent with the expectations of the Spanish. Finally, the traditional nuclear families of American society have also shifted within the last generation. As the incidence of divorce increases and more women are working outside of the home, American families have experienced a shift to households which may have traditional nuclear structures but more than likely have environments in which parents are divorced, or cohabitating or are single parent based. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Comparison of the Fieldwork Methodologies of Bronislaw Malinowski and Purnima Mankekar
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This 6 page paper discuses how Bronislaw Malinowski's field-work methods, for anthropology and ethnography, with the Trobriand Islanders differed from Purnima Mankekar’s field work methods in India. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
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Comparison Reading of Margaret Mead and Ruth Benedict
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This is a 5 page paper comparing two readings from Margaret Mead and Ruth Benedict. Ruth Benedict’s “Patterns of Culture” and Margaret Mead’s “Sex and Temperament in Three Primitive Societies” are considered prominent texts in the world of social and cultural anthropology. In “Patterns of Culture” Benedict tells her theory of the “Integration of Culture” where it is necessary not to study a culture by observing and generalizing the sum of its parts but in actual fact, cultures and the personalities within it can only be described as a whole concept where the influences, economics, religion and family dynamics must all be considered as an influences on the whole. In Margaret Mead’s study of “The Lake-Dwelling Tchambuli” of Papua New Guinea in “Sex and Temperament”, she accurately describes the tribe and its varied aspects of temperament and gender roles and finds them to differ greatly than the other tribes around it. The influences found within the Tchambuli and their different personalities, according to Benedict then, must be based on the unique and specific background of the cultural elements within the tribe. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Complaint and Response
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A 5 page paper which addresses a student's assignment regarding writing a letter of complaint to a company whose product did not arrive in its entirety and was broken, and regarding the writing of a letter which would be the response from the company. The most important aspect of the instructor's directions apply to the use of the 'you' context within the letters. By correctly addressing this context, many of the other issues such as grammar, purpose, and clarity, will become much more clear and easily achieved. No additional sources cited.
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