INDV102 - INDV102-092 Week #5 questions It is okay for me...

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INDV102-092 Week #5 questions It is okay for me to send you grades over email. Mitsunobu Matsuzaki 1: What are the four means by which Navajo sandpaintings are believed to work in healing? 2: Identify the two events that dominated the story of the expansion of trade after 1400 and explain why each of these played a significant role in the redistribution of wealth at this time. 3: What was the cost of the expansion of European trade to the people of the Americas? Be sure to explain this in depth and provide example to show that you understand what you are speaking about. 4: What impact did Europeans have on the Cherokee Indians of North Carolina? Consider changes in Cherokee social life, settlement patterns, subsistence patterns, and political system. 5: Explain the reasons for the industrial revolution in England and the emergence of the capitalist economy. 1: The four means by sandpaintings are believed to work in healing are the following way: (1) The sandpaintings assist the patient in healing through summoning the holy people. (2) The supernatural penetrates the patient’s healing power, and sandpaintings absorb the illness from the patient seated on them. (3) Sandpaintings identify the power of the fine holy people with the patient’s healing power. (4) Mythic time of space is healed at the time of the ceremony and the patient steps into the other mythic reality in which healing miracle can occur are normal. 2: It is that China decreased overseas trade drastically, and Portugal could start new routes to trade with other countries after Vasco da Gama sailed to the southern Africa, and Columbus discovered the Americas. After then, Portugal was at the center of world trade because the location of Portugal was the edge of Mediterranean and western African countries and the New Continent were located on the coast of the Atlantic; in other words, Portugal did not need to sail the Mediterranean. At that time, the Mediterranean was in charge of Italy and Islamic countries, and the Portuguese ships had to pay a high passage-money each time they traveled the Suez Canal because they had no choice to sail to India or China via the waterway. As a result of
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