By: Roy C Dudgeon
Trends in the Evolution of Cultural Complexity:In the anthropological literature, cultural complexity refers to both the scale of social organization and the level of technological sophistication. Anthropologists speak of more and less complex societies in order to avoid value laden terms such as "primitive" and...
Is Indiana Jones Bad for Archaeology
By: Kenn Decota
One strains to find a profession or science that Hollywood has not glamorized or attempted to make sexy. In most films and TV shows, the focus is not necessarily on getting things right, but on making it look cool. Does this have an effect on...
Is Indiana Jones Bad for Archaeology
By: Opal Elaine Moyer
It is said that Indiana Jones is an exaggerated depiction of archaeology; this may very well be true. Archaeology is not so glamorous as the movies make it appear, true, but Hollywood also ignites interest in fields that, otherwise, do not receive the attention that...
Is Indiana Jones Bad for Archaeology
By: Molly Carter
Is Indiana Jones bad for archeology? Is Boston Legal bad for law, or perhaps Brothers and Sisters inappropriate considering that is a presidential nominee on the program? No! Was the Scorpion King, starring the Rock bad for archeology? No! Absolutely not.Indiana Jones is a...
Is Indiana Jones Bad for Archaeology
By: Jon Coe
When my eldest daughter was around eight years old, one summer evening I went out and rented the first Indiana Jones movie, Raiders of the Lost Arc.' We watched it together and to my pleasant surprise my daughter absolutely loved it. Weeks later, my...
Is Indiana Jones Bad for Archaeology
By: Hanna Kathleen McDeavitt
Indiana Jones is cool. I remember when the first film came out, I was 11. I was having the "proverbial" trouble at home and the only thing that seemed to help me escape was writing and movies. When I saw Raiders of the Lost Arch'...
Is Indiana Jones Bad for Archaeology
By: Dave Simmons
Sometimes, you see an debate topic on Helium that just makes you stop and wonder how on Earth it came up in the first place. 'Is Indiana Jones bad for Archaeology' certainly gave me one of those arresting moments. Is this seriously a problem that's...
By: Jean Sumner
We kiss in greeting. We blow air kisses to say farewell, or when we are too far away to lock lips. Worshipers kiss religious artifacts. Tourists visiting Ireland often stop by Blarney Castle to kiss the Blarney Stone. Parents kiss "ouchies" to make them feel...
By: Simon Wright
Evolution is 'a process in which something passes by degrees to a different stage'* Thebiological definition of evolution is 'the sequence of events involved in the evolutionary development of a species or taxonomic group of organisms'*.Biological evolution was first identified by naturalist Charles Darwin...
By: Scott Ingram - 387871
Evolution vs. Intelligent Designers I have been thinking a lot this weekend about the arguments for evolution and the big bang theory compared to the Biblical accounts of God's design for creation. This came up Sunday night in my church's study through Job and I...

 

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