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Kennewick Man
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This 8 page paper discusses the discovery of Kennewick Man and the legal controversy over the disposition of the remains. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: HVKenwck.rtf

Kenya's Kikuyu
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An 8 page paper discussing Kenya's largest indigenous tribal group. The Kikuyu are not particularly well educated, but their lack of education must not be confused with lack of ability. These people are warm and generous, and they expect others to be in return. As the operators and students of the US school have learned, the Kikuyu will make some allowances for visitors' ignorance of their ways, but they expect respect for their society. Includes an outline, bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: KSKikuyu.wps

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This is a 15 page paper discussing the studies found regarding kinesics. Kinesics, or the study of body language in nonverbal communication, is a term which was first applied to early anthropological studies and was used in regards to furthering the study of linguistics. Recently however, researchers have used the study of kinesics in regards to its importance in communication in business, education, gender relations, health care and other disciplines which rely upon clear and precise understanding in a communication environment. Kinesics is also used on other non-traditional socio-cultural disciplines such as art and multi-media in the presentation of materials. Generally however, studies in kinesics are “grouped” within the larger area of non-verbal communication including proxemics (spatial relations), haptics (touching behavior), oculesics (eye contact styles), vocalics (vocal cures), chronemics (use of time), and objectics (use of clothes, color and objects) among others and very few studies now relate primarily to kinesics separately which in some aspects is understandable since the complete process of communication involves a balance between the understanding of all of these elements in addition to the verbal and content factors within communication. Bibliography lists 17 sources.
Filename: TJKines1.rtf

Kuba Masks: Background and Description of the Nigerian Masks
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A 5 page overview of the Kuba masks produced by the Kuba people of Zaire. Outlines the societal function of the masks and provides a detailed description of the construction of two of these masks, the mboom and the moshambwooy or elephant masks. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPkubaMs.wps

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This 5 page paper explores the idea of vernacular English as opposed to standard use English through the poems of William Carlos Williams and Agard. Barbara Mellix's essay, From Outside, In and her ideas on language as identity are also included. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: MBmellix.rtf

Language and Culture
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This 3 page paper examines the idea of language and culture being interrelated. Why language is an important part of culture is examined. No bibliography.
Filename: SA346lac.rtf

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This 5 page paper is an expository essay and example of language and literacy in the public space of a veterinarian's office. Examples explained in relation to function and literacy. Bibliography lists 0 sources.
Filename: MBpubspce.rtf

Language, Culture And The Global Media
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A 25 page paper. Linguists have predicted that more than half, as many as 90 percent of the 6,000 languages being used today will be extinct by 2050. Languages are becoming extinct at far greater ratios than are mammals and birds. The effect is that there are also cultures that die when the language dies because language is one of the defining characteristics of a culture. This essay provides a look at global immigration patterns with data; a discussion of endangered languages; a discussion of language as a unifying element in culture as well as a barrier to communication; and the possibility of a universal language and what that might be. Interwoven are comments about the media and their roles. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: PGlngmd.rtf

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