• 1 Page 220 Notes on Wodaabe Love
    220 Notes On Wodaabe Love

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    Notes on Wodaabe Love institution of marriage ours 50% end in divorce value love and happiness over family Wodaabe: nomadic pastoralists living scattered throughout West Africa, following transhumance seasonal migration pattern have an ingenious s

  • 1 Page 220 Mistaken Identity
    220 Mistaken Identity

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    Mistaken Identity Case of Tammy MacIsaac, North American teenager feels utterly unloved, alone, cut off from others, attempting suicide. Xavante of central Brazil. In the 1940s numbered some 2,000 but today 10,000 distributed among 50 villages. Try

  • 1 Page 220 Ecololgy of Mind
    220 Ecololgy Of Mind

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    An Ecology of Mind Heather Apple Canadian Heritage Seed Program and threat of loss of genetic diversity Gabra: nomadic herding people 30,000 in northern Kenya 52,000 square miles (area size of Holland) one of the most barren tracts of desert in

  • 4 Pages 220 Domestication-the Story
    220 Domestication-the Story

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    Lecture Notes on the how of domestication. Why did the people of Jericho domesticate plants? Note: This topic is still much debated among archaeologists, with no one theory universally accepted. We know that one of the earliest plant domestication to

  • 4 Pages 220GlassPaneWorldView
    220GlassPaneWorldView

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    Glass Pane World View In creating and living in the world of cultural story, the Dream Animal has journeyed far out of the forest, out of nature. The Dream Animal is separated and estranged from the natural world in two fundamental ways. First, by cr

  • 3 Pages 220 Pythagoras
    220 Pythagoras

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    Pythagorean Theorem and the Construction of Reality Walking past the village blacksmith's shop, the pleasant ring of hammers striking an anvil catches your attention. It's music in harmony. Going into the shop, you find that the lower notes that you

  • 1 Page 220 Tautology
    220 Tautology

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    Religion (as social facts and as acts of worship) can not be both the consequence of Social Solidarity as well as the cause and Prime Mover of it. To argue such is a circular argument, which is nothing more than a descriptive observation, which can n

  • 4 Pages 220 Caves
    220 Caves

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    Caves You've just entered one of the caves, leaving behind the sun's light and today's date.1 It's a long passage, with many side passages leading off in other directions. You descend deep into the earth, among the damp and the stalactites. The only

  • 13 Pages 220 Salmon
    220 Salmon

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    Salmon Always Goes Up River An American Indian Epic Retold by Rodney Frey Salmon Always Goes Up River .1 Story Background .10 Bibliography .13 Salmon is a great warrior. He's going up the Columbia River; Salmon always goes up river. Salmon comes to

  • 1 Page 220 Poor Man Shames Us All
    220 Poor Man Shames Us All

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    A Poor Man Shames Us All (Issues of distribution of wealth and poverty sharing and economic equity social classes and economics) Wey(j)ewa live on island of Sumba, part of Eastern Indonesia. Small agricultural settlements where grow rice, maize an

  • 1 Page 220 Touching the Timeless
    220 Touching The Timeless

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    Touching the Timeless Huichol 15,000 living in Sierra Madre Mountains of Central Mexico 300 mile pilgrimage to Wirikuta sacred land of the Peyote place in the east where the Sun was born Chalio torn between two worlds seeking to find himself Pa

  • 1 Page Orality and Literacy
    Orality And Literacy

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    Orality and Literacy - two levels of interface Orality as exemplified in Tribal, Indigenous Cultures, such as the Mardu Australian Aborigine, the Crow American Indian, or Chukchi of Siberia Literacy as exemplified in Euro-American Culture Keep in min

  • 1 Page 220 Notes on Gabra Stranger
    220 Notes On Gabra Stranger

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    Notes on Gabra Stranger Gabra: nomadic camel herding people 30,000 in northern Kenya 52,000 square miles (area size of Holland) one of the most barren tracts of desert in the world, less than eight inches of rainfall annually see their response to

  • 1 Page 220 Notes on Weyewa Stone
    220 Notes On Weyewa Stone

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    Notes on Weyewa Stone Wey(j)ewa live on island of Sumba, part of Eastern Indonesia. Small agricultural settlements where grow rice, maize and millet, raising water buffalo and pigs. All aspects of life interconnected with ancestors obeying word of a

  • 1 Page 220 Notes on Gabra Finn
    220 Notes On Gabra Finn

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    Notes on Gabra Finn Gabra: nomadic herding people 30,000 in northern Kenya 52,000 square miles (area size of Holland) one of the most barren tracts of desert in the world, less than eight inches of rainfall annually encyclopedic knowledge, identify

  • 1 Page 220 Notes on Makuna Consent
    220 Notes On Makuna Consent

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    Notes on Makuna Consent Makuna of Amazonian forest of northwest Colombia hurting, fishing and gathering complemented with slash-and-burn agriculture Rules governing fishing and hunting, encoded in myths, help prevent over fishing and over hunting Ne

  • 1 Page 220 Notes on Weyewa Identity
    220 Notes On Weyewa Identity

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    Notes on Weyewa Identity Wey(j)ewa live on island of Sumba, part of Eastern Indonesia. Small agricultural settlements where grow rice, maize and millet, raising water buffalo and pigs. All aspects of life interconnected with ancestors obeying word o

  • 1 Page 220 Notes on Xavante Age Sets
    220 Notes On Xavante Age Sets

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    Notes on Xavante Age Sets Xavante (shevente) of central Brazil. In the 1940s numbered some 2,000 but today 10,000 distributed among 50 villages. Trying to keep settlers out of lands for last 200 years and being pushed westward. Try avoiding whites ye

  • 1 Page 220 Notes for Billy Yellow
    220 Notes For Billy Yellow

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    Notes for Billy Yellow Navajo 130,000 largest tribe in US living in arid valleys Southwest adaptive people, originally nomadic hunter-gatherers, but upon contact with Pueblo peoples, became agricultural farmers and exquisite blanket weavers, and wi

  • 1 Page Final Exam - 3 08
    Final Exam - 3 08

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    Final Exam ANTH 220 Peoples of the World 1 May 2008 The Wisdom Gift Youve decided to pass on a little gift, a gift of knowledge and wisdom, to a younger member of your family. Based upon the ethnographic information shared during class as well as th

  • 1 Page 220 Thomas Kuhn
    220 Thomas Kuhn

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    Paradigm Shifts Thomas Kuhn (1922-1996; American philosopher of science), in his famous book The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1962), argues that science does not progress as a linear accumulation of new knowledge, but undergoes periodic revo

  • 1 Page 220 Kroeber's Superorganic
    220 Kroeber's Superorganic

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    Alfred Kroeber the Superorganic and "Style Patterns" Alfred Kroeber (1876-1960) received his doctorate under Franz Boas, at Boas at Columbia University in 1901, basing his dissertation on his field work among the Arapaho. He spent most of his career

  • 8 Pages 220 Dreamtime
    220 Dreamtime

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    Dreamtime1 Along with a host of others, you've left the camp, leaving behind the women and the uninitiated and all vestiges of the mundane, your spears and carrying bags, and your social names. You're on a solemn journey to your birth place. Single f

  • 6 Pages 220 Dream Animal
    220 Dream Animal

    School: Idaho

    The Dream Animal In the University lab, you're closely examining the crystallized bone fragments and chipped stone. Each is considered in its archaeological context. The dating methods are applied with care-potassium argon, obsidian hydration, radioc

  • 2 Pages 220 persistent hunting
    220 Persistent Hunting

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    Home erectus, persistent hunting and Evolution With Homo erectus see the first examples of deliberate and purposeful hunting, with Australopithecines oriented toward scavenging, acquiring what randomly come across, be it a dying animal or one just k

  • 7 Pages 220 Coeur d'Alene Ecology
    220 Coeur D'Alene Ecology

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    Schitsuumsh - Coeur dAlene Indian Ecology The Seasonal Round: The Schitsuumsh, the Ones Discovered Here, or Coeur dAlene (French for Heart of an Awl) Indian landscape was not only a landscape that sustained what was necessary for food, lodging, trans

  • 1 Page 220 Locke
    220 Locke

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    Experience The English philosopher, John Locke (1632-1704), stated, in Essay concerning Human Understanding, that the mind is as a "white paper, void of all characters, without ideas," like an "empty cabinet," as yet unfurnished. The mind is tabula r

  • 9 Pages 220 Soul Food
    220 Soul Food

    School: Idaho

    Soul Food Your last piece of soap stone is brought out. With eyes focused, the stone is held in hand under the flickering light of the oil lamp. It's turned this way, then that, catching the eye and the light in the contours of the stone. Who's withi

  • 2 Pages 220 Coprinicus
    220 Coprinicus

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    Geocentric Cosmos In 150 A.D., Claudius Ptolemy applied a geometric model to the heavens. Spheres and perfect circles formed the basis of his hypothesis of the planetary movements in a geocentric cosmology. In the center of the cosmos is the Earth, i

  • 1 Page Ritual Typology
    Ritual Typology

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    A TYPOLOGY OF RITUAL EXPRESSIONS 1. "Rites of Transformation," beautifying and maintaining the world. "Renewal Ceremonies," plant, animal and world fertility for the collective welfare, e.g., Mandan Okipa Ceremony (buffalo), Hopi Snake/Antelope and

  • 2 Pages 220 Navajo Creation
    220 Navajo Creation

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    Navajo Creation Locust is the first to come up the "reed of emergence" into this, the Fifth World, the earth surface world, followed by First Man and First Woman, Pollen Boy, Lightning God and Talking God, and all the other Yei - Diyin Dinee, the Hol

  • 1 Page 220 Ritual Typology
    220 Ritual Typology

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    A TYPOLOGY OF RITUAL EXPRESSIONS Maintaining the Balance 1. "Rites of Transformation," beautifying and maintaining the world. "Renewal Ceremonies," plant, animal and world fertility for the collective welfare, e.g., Mandan Okipa Ceremony (buffalo),

  • 6 Pages 220 Rites of Passage
    220 Rites Of Passage

    School: Idaho

    Rites of Passage Rites of Passage Diagram Rites of Passage Outline Despite societal variation, and especially in tribal-traditional societies, which represent over 99% of human history, rites of passage have been at the core and foundation of virtua

  • 2 Pages 220 Schismogenesis
    220 Schismogenesis

    School: Idaho

    Schismogenesis The theory of schismogenesis is based on cybernetic systems theory. Consider a positive feedback loop in which A is acting on B acting on A acting on B and so on, each loop amplifying the action on the other, resulting in progressive d

  • 5 Pages 220 Inclusivity
    220 Inclusivity

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    The Mobius Strip and the Mountain Climb The case for inclusivity Long ago a servant was sent to the market to buy some salt and flour for his Lord. "Here, bring the flour and salt to me on this plate, but don't mix the two; keep them separate," the L

  • 4 Pages 220 Crow Kinship
    220 Crow Kinship

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    Crow Indian Matrilineal Kinship and Social Organization Coyote and Origin of Ashammaleaxia = As Driftwood Lodges the Clans (originally 13 matrilineal clans; today 8 clans remain viable and active) With structural similarities (though not identical)

  • 2 Pages 220 Bateson's Mind
    220 Bateson's Mind

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    Mind "Consider a tree and a man and an axe. We observe that the axe flies through the air and makes certain sorts of gashes in a pre-existing cut in the side of the tree." To understand this set of phenomena, or any set of phenomena, Gregory Bateson

  • 4 Pages 220 Capitalism
    220 Capitalism

    School: Idaho

    The Culture of Capitalism and Praxis Needs God helps them that help themselves "Early to bed, and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise." "God helps them that help themselves." "Lost time is never found again." "Plough deep while slu

  • 7 Pages 220 Jaricho
    220 Jaricho

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    Jericho and Domestication1 The people of your village, numbering some two thousand men, women and children, have built a massive stone wall. The wall is 2.7 meters thick, 3.2 meters high and perhaps seven hundred meters in circumference, completely

  • 4 Pages 220 Original Affluent Society
    220 Original Affluent Society

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    The Original Affluent Society What is the physical health and well-being of those who carve for Sedna and dance to Karora, those who painted images in Les Trois Freres and tell of Burnt Face? What is the quality of life in gatherer-hunter society, f

  • 2 Pages 220 Individualism Tocqueville
    220 Individualism Tocqueville

    School: Idaho

    Emerging Individualism "Individualism is a word recently coined to express a new idea." "Individualism is a calm and considered feeling which disposes each citizen to isolate himself from the mass of his fellows and withdraw into a circle of family

  • 5 Pages 220LookingGlassWorldView
    220LookingGlassWorldView

    School: Idaho

    Looking Glass World View Yet, despite its estrangement from the natural world, the history of the Dream Animal is a history of questing and searching for meaning within the world, as a part of that world. Despite its best efforts, the Dream Animal ha

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