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Gender, Socioeconomics, and Linguistic Variations in Western Culture
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A 4 page discussion of the variations that can be noted in the way individuals in western cultures communicate. This paper describes this phenomena in relation to speech codes. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: PPcomGnd.rtf

German Immigration
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A 5 page research paper into how German immigration affected every aspect of American life contributing such varied things as ideas which influenced U.S. universities, the first kindergartens, the Linotype machine, and lager beer. The writer's gives an overview of German immigration that shows how it started during the colonial period and peaked in the early 20th-century. Bibliography includes 5 sources.
Filename: Germimm.wps

Glittenberg, Transcultural Nursing in Guatemala
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A 5 page book review of Jody Glittenberg’s text To the Mountain and Back, The Mysteries of Guatemalan Highland Family Life (1994, Waveland Press), which describes how the author’s understanding of this culture evolves from her visits to Guatemala, which took place in the 1970s, first as a missionary nurse, and then as an anthropology student conducting an ethnographic research project. This is a fascinating book that gives any reader insight into the lives of poor agrarian population struggling for existence within context of a developing country. Glittenberg’s first-person narrative style creates a highly readable account, which allows the reader to learn along with the author as she relates her experiences in chronological order. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khglit.rtf

Gorillas, Lemurs and Human Behavior
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10 pages. An interesting anthropology paper that examines the lives and habits of Lemurs, Gorillas, and their similarity to human behavior. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: JGAlemur.rtf

Graveyards/ Design & Practice From Past To Present
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A 14 page review of the changes in cemetery design and burial practices from ancient times to the present. Concludes that numerous factors such as land use patterns, religion, and societal status influence these designs. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Greek Immigrations To The United States
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8 pages in length. Greek immigration to the United States began as a means by which to secure a better way of life than what was available at that time. This quest for the opportunity to succeed economically, socially and religiously was directly associated with the natural art of food peddling, which served to be the primary talent brought over by the Greeks in the mid to late 1800’s. Drawn to Chicago, the Greeks first arrived as ship captains; once settled, they polished their peddling trade. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TLCGrkUS.rtf

Greek Island Culture -- Jill Dubisch's 'In a Different Place'
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A 6 page paper discussing Dr. Jill Dubisch's book 'In a Different Place: Pilgrimage, Gender, and Politics at a Greek Island Shrine' about a modern pilgrimage to Tinos -- an island in the Greek cyclades. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Greek Polis: Archeology
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11 pages in length. Greek polis, also known as city-state, was instrumental in establishing a sense of existence and purpose for myriad societies that followed. When assessing this importance, it is important for the student to take into consideration the influence of archeological aspects in order to fully appreciate the magnitude of such historical contribution. Archeology has played an integral role in determining the essence of the Greek polis, such as what it represented to the inhabitants, how the city-state survived amidst various challenges and struggles, as well as ascertains many social and cultural components. The writer discusses how the ancient relics, artifacts, structures and architecture play an integral role in determining not only how the Greek polis functioned but also how it served as an consequential reference to the historical timeline. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TLCpolis.doc


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