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The Role of Artists and Architects in Tribal Societies
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This is a 7 page paper discussing the roles of artists and architects in tribal societies. When studying tribal forms of art and architecture, researchers are able to determine what roles artists and architects within the societies played and what the significance of the art and architecture showed. In many ways, by studying the roles artists and architects played and still play within tribal societies, archaeologists can also determine which aspects of the culture are considered significant in the portrayal of tribal life. Largely, artists and architects maintained a unique status within the tribes as those who could interpret the important and influencing spiritual, ancestral, and historical factors with the society and accurately and artistically include them in the functional items or structures they made. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TJarttr1.rtf

The Role of Burial Data in Reconstructing the Social Structure and Social Organization of Past Societies
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In 8 pages, the author discusses the role of burial data in reconstructing the social structure and social organization of past societies. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: PCburi.doc

The Role of Extended Families in Black Culture
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5 page essay exploring the role of the extended family in Black families. Anecdotes as well as formal research studies are reported. The importance of the extended family which includes blood-related and nonblood-related persons cannot be overestimated for the African-American family particularly in helping the youth deal with prejudice. Bibliography lists 5 references.
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The Sambia / A View on Masculinity & Maleness
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The Sambia of New Guinea have a unique view of maleness and the process by which individuals move from an almost genderless state into masculinity. The initiation of boys into manhood is based in homosexual practices, and rituals require that boys shed their female qualities in order to progress as men. The comparison of the Sambian perspectives on male attributes, masculine development and on child abuse demonstrates cultural relativism and underscores significant variances in perceptions of appropriate and inappropriate behaviors, including child abuse. This 5 page paper considers the evidence presented by Gilbert Herdt in his study of the Sambia, and defines the link between their practices and a global view of sexual behaviors. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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The Sari as the Symbol of Regional Tradition and Women’s Status in Indian Culture
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In nine pages this paper examines the cultural significance of the Indian sari and how it symbolizes the traditions of a particular region and also a woman’s status in society. Six sources are listed in the bibliography.
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The Significance of the Bathing Suit in 1920's America
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This 6 page paper focuses on swim wear in the 1920's but delves into its evolution throughout the twentieth century. The social significance of the garments are discussed as well as the significance of swimming and tanning. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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The Significance of the Voyage
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This 8 page paper looks at the concept of the voyage and what it has meant to man over time. Historical facts are conveyed about the earliest voyages in human history in addition to more recent ones. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: SA628voy.rtf

The Simmering Melting Pot / Haitians & Cubans In the U.S.A.
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A 6 page paper on the Cuban and Haitian boat people. The writer focuses on the plight of the Marielitos -- Cuban refugees who braved the treacherous waters of the Gulf in an attempt to reach America, where, they hope, they will be able to seek asylum from the oppression of their native land. Detailing the history of the first Marielitos, the paper then goes on to describe the different situation encountered by the 'new Marielitos' and the problems they encounter in trying to assimilate into American society; a society that frequently wishes they would be returned to Cuba. Similar information is also examined with regard to Haitian refugees and their own unique problems in assimilating to American culture. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Melting2.wps

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