Misty+Charnesky--Culture+Shock

Misty+Charnesky--Culture+Shock - Running head: CULTURE...

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Running head: CULTURE SHOCK 1 Culture Shock Misty L. Charnesky SOC-120 March 30, 2011 Pam Strunk
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CULTURE SHOCK 2 Abstract
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CULTURE SHOCK 3 Culture Shock The Yanomamo civilization is so different from our own. Just looking at the living conditions, technology, and their way of life can show a person that. The Yanomamo civilization relies on the simplest things in life to survive; there is no technology, public bathroom, electricity, or any of the other comforts, that are relied upon by Americans. In the text, Napoleon was met with drawn bows and vicious dogs. Getting prepared for a journey such as this would be imperative. If I were thinking of visiting the Yanomamo there would be many preparatory actions to be taken. Being that the civilization does not have electricity and current technology that we as Americans do, I would start by trying to live without the comforts at least a month before departure. Another preparation I would advise myself would be to exercise more often. The Yanomamo civilization is very primitive and physical fitness would be the key to survival in
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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