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Native American Dress (With An Emphasis on Festive and Ceremonial Dress)
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A 9 page overview of Native American clothing styles. Emphasizes festive and ceremonial dress. stresses that the term Native American is very widespread in terms of the cultural and thus artistic diversity it encompasses and that art and dress styles vary not only with culture but with the particular time period which is being discussed. Bibliography lists 18 sources.
Filename: Nadr.wps

Homer's 'The Iliad' vs. Egyptian Burial Rituals
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A 3 page comparison addressing the importance of body preservation and burial rites in the form of dressings, tombs and stones as it applies to the text and events in The Iliad. The paper particularly discusses the burial rites surrounding the heroes Hektor and Sarpedon in this regard. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Women in Islam vs. Women in Hinduism
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A 7 page paper comparing the lifestyles of these two groups of women. The writer explores the cultural and religious differeces and modern society's perceptions of their traditional roles. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Hinduisl.doc

Animal Sacrifice- How Religions Lend Insight To The Teachings Of Sacrifice In The Old Testament
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10 pages in length. The study of animal sacrifice in other religions lends insight to the teachings of sacrifice in the Old Testament in that it often correlates with the concept set forth by biblical instruction. Animals have been looked upon as sacrificial for a number of religions that utilize their flesh and bodily fluids as a means by which to either stave off evil spirits or to bless themselves and their people. Religions that continue to employ animal sacrifice in contemporary society, however, have been met with great consternation and legal resistance, inasmuch as people all over the world are evolving to such a point that sacrificial ceremonies are no longer considered to be a universally accepted practice. The writer discusses animal sacrifice in relation to religion and the Old Testament. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TLCsacri.doc

IRANIANS in the United States
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This 5 page paper discusses that Iranian school textbooks teach that Iranians are only in the boundaries of the country. There is no mention of Iranians outside of Iran, and there is no mention of a single female role model. However in folklore it is said that, ``Iranians are like water in a vase. If the vase is a globe, they become a globe; if the vase is long-necked, they become long- necked.'' Resolving this duality, or living within it, is the challenge presented to Iranians who are now living within the United States. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: BBiran.doc.

The Sociological Theory of Deviance is Used to Describe/Explain Gangs
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In 5 pages, the sociological theory of deviance is used to describe/explain gangs. An overview of approaches explains deviant behavior of gangs. In fact, there are many criminological and sociological theories associated with gang activity. The sociological theories fall under the umbrella of the theory of deviance. The sociological theory of deviance includes anomie, differential association, social control theory, and labeling theory, among others. Gangs are the typical example of deviant behavior. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PCstgng.doc

Understanding Deviance From an Anthropological Perspective
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A 4 page analysis of the book Deviance: Anthropological Perspectives, Freilich, M.; Raybeck D.; Savishinsky, J., editors. The writer argues that this field of investigation has been greatly aided by the introduction of an anthropological point of view to what had previously been a field dominated by a sociological perspective. The nature of deviance is discussed within the context of various cultures. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: Devianth.wps

Concepts of Culture - How Anthropologists’ View the Development of Culture
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This 6 page report discusses the ways in which societal beliefs and prejudices are often echoed in the ostensibly “objective” view of the anthropologist commenting on the situation, individual, or other culturally-affected phenomenon. The works of Theodora Kroeber (“Ishi”), Barbara Myerhoff (“Number Our Days”) and Renato Rosaldo (“Culture and Truth”) are used as the definitive guides to such a new way of anthropological and ethnographic study. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: BWcult.doc

China & Japan/Confucianism
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A 5 page research paper that examines the ways in which Confucianism affected the way that Chinese and Japanese culture developed. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: 90confu.rtf


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