How dance impacts culture
By: Claude Morales
Dance influences culture. Can you believe it ? Imagine the opposite: your culture is not impacted by dance. Or even you have a culture but you do not dance. Perhaps you hate dancing ?. The absence of dance will not alter your culture. But the practice of...
Indigenous economics and global economics: A comparison
By: Marvin Somers
Indigenous and global economics operate on entirely different scales. Indigenous economics relate the economic decisions made by individuals within their social and cultural context; global economics relates the interactions of regional and national economic bodies on international markets. The fields of indigenous and global economics...
Anthropological implications of corporations and individual rights
By: Yvonne Mcarthur
A Development Project with a Difference Rose Longwa from Ndolela Isimani, Tanzania was in the habit of boiling her water over firewood to purify it, and suffered badly from the smoke. Boiling the water was necessary since the village's source was a very dirty river-not...
The disappearance of the Anasazi
By: Nick Ford
The Anasazi were a native people that lived in an area bordered by Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado. Although their territory corresponds to that occupied by the current Navajo Nation the Navajo and Anasazi never met. By the time the Navajo came to the...
What is culture shock?
By: Joyce Ann Mallare - 541627
Have you ever tried going to another country and you cannot understand the language, there is a different taste in food, and different habits from yours, and other examples of what you might experience the first time you visit a country? Then you are experiencing...
By: Daniel Khalil
Political anthropology is the study of politics all the way from a stateless society to complex bureaucracies. It is a very similar discipline to Political sociology, but differentiated in terms of what relations they study. Political anthropology studies the politics associated with human society, usually...
By: Unairab Mohmad
The history and practice of anthropomancy Anthropomancy is the practice of divination by examining the entrails of a person during sacrifice. Anthropomancy is also believed to be performed on younger kids or virgins fundamentally. Those who practice anthropomancy are called anthropomantists. It is an ancient...
Political anthropology and religious movements
By: Drake Tae
Anthropology examines human behavior with particular consideration given to "how" and "why" people act in certain ways. It tracks history and tries to put science and theory together to solve an intricate puzzle. What was it about particular times and environments that made humans commit...
By: Patrick Stephen Baker
In humans, we have already selected and mated before the orgasm takes place; not the other way around. Humans select potential mates on a variety of contingent factors. For men, the best possible mate is fertile and is determined to healthy enough be able to...
Keeping track of world population
By: Bob Seery
The Chinese one-child policy has probably been rather prophetic in it's uber cautious approach to future restraints on resources. Currently, China doesn't produce enough grain to feed the livestock required to satisfy rising middle class demand for meat so it has appropriated land acres in...

 

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