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Death Penalty in Michigan
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A 3 page research paper that argues in favor of the implementation of the death penalty in Michigan. The essay attempts to refute argument against the death penalty and focuses on the stance that it can be implemented justly. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khdpmi.rtf

Defining Eskimo Culture
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A 5 page research paper that endeavors to define Eskimo culture and also the writer discusses why this is a difficult task. Primarily, the writer asserts that defining Eskimo culture is hard due to the variety of tribes that this generic term encompasses and also because contact with mainstream society causes that culture to change and evolve according to the degree of contact. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: kheski1.rtf

Dental Pattern in Robust and Gracile Australopithecines
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An 8 page paper discussing the Australopithecines, a group of species believed to be the earliest of the human-like creatures. They lived in Africa between two and four million years ago, and are quite similar to each other in many respects. The Australopithecines fossils are some of the oldest known of the hominids, which comprise the ancestral family of modern humans and human-like species. Each of the five (or six) species walked upright on two legs; the five species are grouped into two divisions. Australopithecus anamensis, A. afarensis and A. africanus comprise the gracile group, the slender ones from which humans have long been believed to have evolved. Two other species, A. boisei, and A. robustus had much larger jaws and teeth than the species of the gracile group and are referred to the robust group of Australopithecus species that some researchers favor as being the group from which humans evolved. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: KSaustralopiTeeth.rtf

Determining Yuppie Cuisine
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A 4 page paper that addresses the diversity of yuppie tastes in the culinary scene and describes why it is impossible to define a cuisine for yuppies, except that it includes everything. The paper posits that this is true because yuppies are investigative and supportive of diverse cultures. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Yuppies.rtf

Distinctions Between Child Abuse and Traditional Practices?
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A 10 page consideration of what constitutes child abuse. The author defines child abuse and describes some of the traditional practices that are considered abuse from a Western perspective. The emphasis is made that when a child is being psychologically or physically harmed the interest of that child must outweigh that of the traditional culture. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: PPchdUnv.rtf

Documentary - "Cannibal Tours" (1987) Analyzed
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This 2 page research paper analyzes the documentary film, Cannibal Tours (1987), based upon the cultural exchange between a group of German tourists and the natives living along the Sepik River of Papua, New Guinea. Specifically discussed are how director Dennis O'Rourke makes effective use of humor and irony in recounting the ethnographic tale. No bibliography.
Filename: Cannibal.wps

Documentary - "Dead Birds" (1964) Analyzed
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This 2 page paper examines the 1964 ethnographic film, "Dead Birds," which features the primitive Dani tribe of Western New Guinea and its relevance in the study of cultural anthropology. No bibliography.
Filename: Deadbird.wps

Documentary - "The Kawelka: Ongka's Big Moka" (1976) Analyzed
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This 2 page paper examines the Kawelka tribal people of Papua, New Guinea in terms of their gift giving ritual featured in the 1976 film, The Kawelka: Ongka's Big Moka. Specifically discussed is what civilized man can learn by observing a supposedly uncivilized culture. No bibliography.
Filename: Bigmoka.wps


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