Anthropology of religion explained
By: Jishi Santos
It's only ever been one message. The science of religion is what this title means in simple terms. So let us start at the beginning of it all, when the earth was full of wide open spaces and the earliest humans had to battle...
Characteristics of the "intellectual" in modern society
By: James Johnson
Intellectual was first used as an adjective in the 14th century to mean basically mental pursuits. Now it has become a noun referring to a person "a: given to study, reflection, and speculation b: engaged in activity requiring the creative use of the intellect" (Merriam...
All about cultural anthropology theories
By: Jishi Santos
We were created equal. Take a flight with me to Papua-New Guinea in1963 on an old DC-3 twin prop airplane. As you wing into Milne Bay and see the rusted hulks of the landing barges amidst the shoreline of palm trees fringing golden sands, you...
By: AngelKitty1441S2
Male initiation ceremonies are the core of any civilization. They help a boy become a man and feel that he is an important part of his culture and society. Let's take a look at this more closely. The Jewish culture is one of the most...
Biography: Jane Goodall
By: Ronny Johnson
Jane Goodall was born April 3, 1934 to parents Mortimer and Vanne Goodall in London, England. As a young girl, Jane had a love for animals. She loved books about animals such as the Tarzan stories, The Jungle Book and The Story of Dr. Doolittle...
By: Sammy Stein
This can be answered from two view points. Firstly, you might argue that orgasms indeed prevent humans from selecting their best possible mates because almost anyone can instigate an orgasm if they have sex with another and stimulate them so they enjoy it and achieve...
Why are women and men different?
By: Robert Grice
Are women and men different? Numerous books have explored the issue in the past. One of the most popular books was John Gray's "Men Are From Mars and Women Are From Venus" and it addressed the different ways that men and women interact with each...
Biography: Claude Levi-Strauss
By: Rhonda Allen
Claude Gustav Levi-Strauss is social anthropologist who is best known for his contribution to the development of the theory of Structuralism in modern social anthropology. Levi-Strauss was born to French Jewish parents in 1908. His father was a painter, and Claude Levi-Strauss was born in...
Biography: Margaret Meade
By: Remy Gr
Margaret Mead was the most renowned anthropologist of the twentieth century who was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on December 16, 1901. She grew up there in a liberal intellectual atmosphere. Her father, Edward Sherwood Mead, was a professor in the Wharton School of Finance and...
What is the relationship between production and reproduction?
By: James Johnson
Production Can be defined as the generation of artifacts, ideas or knowledge. This can be in the form of physical goods such as farm crops, metals or even buildings. Reproduction is more basic, it is making duplicates of our selves, in reference to cultures it...

 

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