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Cultural Revolution in Iran: Contemporary Popular Culture in

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On the basis of this repression also characterized Samoan adolescence. A Comparative study of the Differences in Cultures and Psychopathology Sainiran S/O V. He decided to leave England and travel to Central America in search for a warmer climate. Knowing the routines of gangs of a particular neighborhood may help investigators identify the motive behind an assault or killing. Also, on the conceptual as well as methodological level, cultural ecology has steadily made an effort to combine both the ideas and the approaches of the natural and social sciences.[ 8 ] In this way, cultural ecology seeks to explain the social sciences by the means of the natural sciences.

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Contemporary Africa: Development, Culture, and the State

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By applying cultural ecology, he identified several common features of cultural evolution which are seen in different societies in similar environments. The ideal candidate will have: (1) teaching experience at the undergraduate level; (2) positive teaching evaluations that also reflect enthusiastic and innovative instruction; (3) an active research agenda with evidence of research potential and/or productivity; (4) a strong desire to engage in collaborative research with undergraduates; and (5) a willingness to potentially teach a First Year Seminar on a topic of the candidate's choice.

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The Concept of Community: Readings with interpretations

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Psychology and Culture Chapter discusses some of the universals of psycholog­ical development, some psychological differences between societies and what might account for them, how people in different societies conceive of personality differently (e.g., the concept of self), and how knowledge of psychological processes may help us understand cultural variation. Folkways are norms related to everyday life—eating with silverware, getting up in the morning and going to work or school for example.

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The American Jew: Voices from an American Jewish Community

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The books below are also available online via the library website. Hughes, ed., Make Men of Them: Introductory Readings for Cultural Anthropology (Chicago: Rand McNally, 1972), p. vii. Some of our Native American anthropology graduates are currently working for their home tribes, such as Abraham Pedro (Cheyenne-Arapaho of Oklahoma), Elaine Cleveland (Navajo Nation), Suzanne Casey (Ute Mountain Ute), and Summer Johnson (Meskwaki of Iowa).

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Indian Given: Racial Geographies across Mexico and the

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However, gem-quality rough diamonds that are 2 carats in weight and larger are the easiest type to cut and market in the US. It examines the range of communication strategies employed by members of the diaspora; the dynamics of communications as the epidemic spread during 2014/15, and the role of diaspora associations in liaising with Continue reading → The Community Led Ebola Action (CLEA) has empowered communities to do their own analysis and take their own action to become Ebola-free in Sierra Leone.

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Plugged in: Technology, Rhetoric, and Culture in a Posthuman

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Second, genetic mutability forms an essential part of modern evolutionary biology. A good list of (free/open source) options can be found here. Sahlins, Marshall D.; and Service, Elman R. (editors) 1960 Evolution and Culture. An Evaluation of a Program of Applied Anthropology in Michoacan, Mexico Cooper, Eugene Jay. As Rendova's forest rapidly disappears, the loggers turn to Tetepare, a nearby, pristine island held sacred by the villagers. But has it done something more, something for those in the wider world beyond the academic/university environment?

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Intersecting Journeys: The Anthropology of Pilgrimage and

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The investigation may focus on ethnographic materials selected by the student and placed in a comparative and theoretical context. Tylor used what he understood about the world he knew, and compared it closely to what he encountered in Mexico. It involves such topics as genetics, human osteology, evolution, and forensics. Thus the basic method of anthropology has been the comparative method, and such basic approaches as cultural evolutionism and environmentalism were attempts to account for cultural similarities and differences by some single variable.

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Peru In Focus: A Guide to the People, Politics and Culture

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More information about the College may be found at our website, http://www.bennington.edu/Home.aspx. She and other decorative flowers (right). ■ (Source: © Albrecht G. We walked into the house, where the children’s photos and religious decorations—every room in the “public” areas of the house showed signs of Jewish practice—gave a clear sense of self-presentation and values. The expertise of our faculty gives students the opportunity to pursue interests in most geographical areas of the world.

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Enduring Socialism: Explorations of Revolution and

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How can we "speak for" and "speak of" them ethically? University Museum Library Desk VHS DT541.4. Some anthropologists, such as Lloyd Fallers and Clifford Geertz, focused on processes of modernization by which newly independent states could develop. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1992. She will begin her Masters of Education in Community Engagement at Merrimack (North Andover, MA) in May 2016.

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Rethinking Ethnography in Central Europe

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They are designed for current anthropologists and those seeking to become anthropologists, who are looking to strengthen their skills in research methods. Ethiopian runners have come from a variety of different populations, with, for example, a number of successful Amhara runners. He uncovers a tale of early African civilization, the looting of treasures and suppression of traditions by colonial powers, and the amazing persistence of an African artistic vision within a colonial culture....

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