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Who Owns the Past?: The Debate Surrounding the Move to Return Critical Cultural Items to Their Countries of Origin
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A 6 page discussion of the growing demand that museums return items in their collection to the nations and cultural groups presenting claim to them. The author reviews such diverse cases as the British Museum's possession of the Elgin Marbles from the Greek Parthenon and the Boston Museum's collection of Mayan grave goods. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Whose Country?: Indigenous Australians, Native Title, and Social Disadvantage
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A 16 page overview of the underlying reasons for the discrimination and injustices faced by Australia's aborigine population. These injustices permeate practically every aspect of aborigine life, aspects ranging from the need to secure proper medical care to the need to pursue an education. From the European peoples first interaction with the aboriginals, to their placement of a label on these peoples, to the contemporary interactions that occur today; there has been problems. Many of those problems relate to questions regarding the control of aborigine lands. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Why Are Nonhuman Primates Social?
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A 9 page paper which examines why nonhuman primates are social creatures. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Why Men are Born with More Physical Strength than Women
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This 3 page paper investigates some of the reasons why men are born with more strength than women. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Why People Believe In Magic
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A 10 page research paper which examines magical belief systems from an anthropological standpoint. The writer discusses the prevailing theories in this regard and demonstrates how magical beliefs perform certain concrete functions within the societies where this is prevalent. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Willard V. Quine’s “Indeterminacy of Translation” Theory
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This is a 15 page paper discussing Quine’s theory of indeterminacy of translation. Willard V. Quine was a mathematician and philosopher who lived from 1908-2000. During the last half of the 20th century, Quine developed several theories, one of which was the theory of indeterminacy of translation, which challenged some of the former assumptions used in the fields of psychology, linguists and anthropology. Quine asserted that accurate translations between languages could not be made for a number of reasons. Firstly, linguists could not get basic terms of references, or starting elements, because from a holistic perspective, sentences are the basic form of meaning and all sentences are semantically linked by the native speaker. Secondly, “meaning” could not be considered as an absolute element. In addition to some of these basic changes in the construct of translations, Quine also discussed the idea that not only were correct translations into English not possible but also two translation manuals given the same observational stimuli could also not be interchangeable because of the assumptions and the linguist’s imposition of his own beliefs and patterns onto the native language. Obviously, Quine’s theories were criticized as linguists made the case that several translations were considered successful because smooth negotiation and conversation could take place between native speakers and foreign speakers. However Quine’s dissection of the linguist’s process into one of a mathematical and scientific process is considered one of the most significant within the last fifty years in linguistic philosophy. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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William E. Mitchell's "The Bamboo Fire"
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William Mitchell's anthropolofical study The Bamboo Fire, which provides a substaintive view of the New Guinea Wape and Mitchell's fieldwork, demonstrates the correlation between the anthropologists perspective, socialization and personal ideologies and the outcomes of the study of other cultures. This 6 page paper considers the major issues for the anthropologists, including elements like culture shock, the nature of observations, objectivity, physical and psychological discomfort, roles and expectations, trust,and ethical concerns. No additional sources cited.
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This 8 page paper examines the role of unions and the necessity for them. Barbara Ehrenreich's book, Nickel and Dimed is utilized as well as Steve Striffler's article about the workers in the poultry industry. Many examples included from the books, as well as basic information on unions in the United States. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: MBunion.rtf

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