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Week 2 Day 5 - Axia College Material Appendix D Indigenous Culture Web Site Review Template Question Web site 1 URL Name of Indigenous

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Axia College Material Appendix D Indigenous Culture Web Site Review Template Question Response Web site 1 URL: http://www.utexas.edu/courses/sami/diehtu/siida/christian/decline.htm Name of Indigenous culture/religio n presented in Web site Pagan-Sami Culture Consider the examples of roles and observances held sacred by these people. Is this practice being kept alive? I believe that the practices held sacred by the Sami people are being kept alive even though there are subtle differences in the religion from evolution. Even though the Sami culture may not have survived the times, the religion has. Has the culture/religio n evolved over time? This religion has evolved and held its values though out the years. If the culture/religio n still lives, how has Western culture changed it? Western culture has only aided in the understanding of the religion. Although the religion has evolved, the trials and tribulations of that evolution has made the religion stronger. Who authored this site? Do you think the content of the site is authentic? Alan “Ivvár” Holloway
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2010 for the course HUM 9006303250 taught by Professor Comptonw during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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Week 2 Day 5 - Axia College Material Appendix D Indigenous Culture Web Site Review Template Question Web site 1 URL Name of Indigenous

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