graded ANT.101, WK3, AS1 SEMAI RESEARCH DRAFT OUTLINE, TARASHA HICKSON-SMITH

Graded ANT.101, WK3, AS1 SEMAI RESEARCH DRAFT OUTLINE, TARASHA HICKSON-SMITH

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Running Head: THE PEACE WITHIN THE PEACE WITHIN THE SEMAI SOCIETY Tarasha Hickson-Smith ANT. 101 Professor Rachel Grabner July 18, 2011
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The Peace Within 2 THE PEACE WITHIN THE SEMAI SOCIETY I. Introduction The Semai society has a distinguished way of life that is built around their peaceful nature. A. Thesis Statement While the Samai (watch your spelling here) culture is based on keeping the peace using non violent tactics to counteract negative forces, it must take a toll on the constraints of the mind to maintain that type of self-control. This is a good start, but I wonder if this could be a little bit clearer to the reader in terms of Semai subsistence (identify this clearly in the introduction as well)? II. Body paragraph #1 – Topic Sentence #1 BELIEFS & VALUES be sure to show how this connects back to their subsistence The original belief system of the Semai people has been altered and adjusted, but has never lost its core values to remain a people of peaceful nature. A. Supporting Evidence 1. The Semai original name is the Orang Asi meaning (Malay for Original People). (Alternative to Violence and War) 2. This was thought to be due to their belief that they were the last descendants of Adam B. Explanation 1. Explanation of source #1 The documentation from the excursions of social anthropologist 2. Explanation of source #2
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The Peace Within 3 . B. So What? Being direct descendants of the original man gave them a sense of pride to value the existence and purpose of man and represent him in reverence to the creator’s intentions. III. Body paragraph #2 – Topic Sentence #2 GENDER RELATIONS
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2011 for the course ANT101 ANT101 taught by Professor Nancy during the Summer '10 term at Ashford University.

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Graded ANT.101, WK3, AS1 SEMAI RESEARCH DRAFT OUTLINE, TARASHA HICKSON-SMITH

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