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hum_130_appendix_d - Axia College Material Appendix D...

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Axia College Material Appendix D Indigenous Culture Web Site Review Template Question Response Web site 1 URL: http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art19100.asp Name of Indigenous culture/religion presented in Web site Shinto: The Indigenous Religion of Japan Consider the examples of roles and observances held sacred by these people. Is this practice being kept alive? Yes this practice is being kept very much alive mostly in Japan and neighboring countries. The Japanese organized many kami structures or shrines. These shrines and such are found all over sacred land in Japan. Has the culture/religion evolved over time? The Japanese government eventually changed Shinto into Shintoism and created the “State Shinto” for propaganda purposes. If the culture/religion still lives, how has Western culture changed it? I don’t think western culture has changed it too much because people who are from Japan are still very religious and dedicated to their beliefs. It is only the younger generations that tend to stray away from their religion and adapt to American Cultures. Who authored this site? Jillian Michelle Williams was the author and the HUM 130
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Do you think the content of the site is authentic? guest author was Melanie Shintaku. Yes I do think this website is authentic because it has a guest author from that culture who helped express this religion in its natural light. Name one interesting fact you learned from this Web site. The word Shinto is made up of two character
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