ANT 101
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  • 4 Pages Week 2 Laboratory 2
    Week 2 Laboratory 2

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    LAB QUESTIONS Introduction 1. What is the question that this study aimed to answer? State the hypothesis that you tested. The investigation is aimed to determine the percentage of the intact forest that must be maintained to protect the reserve's biodiver

  • 9 Pages THE AMISH A CULTURAL RESEARCH
    THE AMISH A CULTURAL RESEARCH

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    The Running header: THE AMISH: A CULTURAL RESEARCH 1 THE AMISH: A CULTURAL RESEARCH Debra Bolin ANT 101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Instructor: Nancy Reeves September 24, 2012 THE AMISH: A CULTURAL RESEARCH 2 Even with the risk of leaving the A

  • 1 Page Assimilation
    Assimilation

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    The Encyclopedia Britannica defines assimilation in anthropology as the process where individuals or groups of differing ethnic heritage are absorbed into the dominant culture of a society. Our text states Assimilation can occur as a result of the choices

  • 1 Page week 1 ant 101
    Week 1 Ant 101

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Anthropology

    IcurrentlyliveinMontgomery,AlabamawhereIwasBornandraised. Moreover,Iamengagedandsoontomarrythemanofmydreamsand thefatherofmyson.Mygiftsandtalentsaresinging,dancing,writing, anddoinghair.InmysparetimeItakemysontothepark,read,go shopping,andcoach(cheercoord

  • 5 Pages Attachment Style and Relationships
    Attachment Style And Relationships

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    Assignment: Attachment Style and Relationships 1 Attachment Style and Relationships Sabrina Armstrong PSY/220 July 18, 2010 Kayce Lee Assignment: Attachment Style and Relationships 2 Attachment Style and Relationships Robert Sternberg created his triangul

  • 2 Pages Kinship systems of the San
    Kinship Systems Of The San

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Cultural Anthropology

    Kinship systems of the San The San are foragers known as the Bushmen from the Kalahari Desert in Africa. The San people have survived and prospered in this area for thousands of years. The term San is generally used to describe a small group of hunter-gat

  • 9 Pages Practice Problems solutions
    Practice Problems Solutions

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    Ch. 2, Practice Problems: 11, 12, 13, 16, and 21 Ch. 3, Practice Problems: 14, 15, 22, and 25 11 - For the following scores, find the (a) mean, (b) median, (c) sum of squared deviations, (d) variance, and (e) standard deviation: 2, 2, 0, 5, 1, 4, 1, 3, 0,

  • 1 Page ANT101.W2.AssignmentWorksheet
    ANT101.W2.AssignmentWorksheet

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Anthropology

    ANT101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Locating Scholarly Resources Worksheet Week 2 Assignment: Locating Scholarly Resources Article 1: Thesis Statement: Article 2: Thesis Statement: Buriel, R. (1993). Childrearing orientations in Mexican American

  • 13 Pages week1quiz
    Week1quiz

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Anthropology

    1. Question : Student Answer: Which of the following is true of the ideology of a culture? It is a list of the beliefs, implicit and explicit, that are generally held by members of a society. It is a system of interrelated feelings and beliefs explicitly

  • 6 Pages Anthropology, Week 3 Assignment
    Anthropology, Week 3 Assignment

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    Running Head: CONFLICT RESOLUTION Conflict Resolution by Culture Elizabeth Varallo ANT101 Lena Delgado de Torres October 7th, 2013 One thing that is universal throughout the world is conflict. Though many problems are relevant to ones culture, conflict is

  • 1 Page foraging societies
    Foraging Societies

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    Course: 1 Introduction To Cultural Anthropologyrfd

    Forgaging societies have played a large part in the developement of later societies seen today. Our ancestors survivied on foraging or hunting for food, and had to learn new survival skills in order to adapt to the changing environment. Anthropologists ca

  • 1 Page Short Critical Reflection Paper
    Short Critical Reflection Paper

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    Short Critical Reflection Paper Searching for information on Google is like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Is that true? No, that is in fact not true unless of course the person have no idea what you are trying to find. For example if you are tryi

  • 8 Pages quizes
    Quizes

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    Grading Summary week one quiz These are the automatically computed results of your exam. Grades for essay questions, and comments from your instructor, are in the "Details" section below. Question Type: True/False Multiple Choice Points Received: 10 / 10

  • 2 Pages week 4 discussions
    Week 4 Discussions

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    . Duringthereading,welearnthatmanybandsandtribesareforagersandworktogether askingroups.Theysharewithoneanotherwiththefoodtheyhuntandgather.They spendtheirtimewiselyhuntingandgatheringfood,butonlydoingitafewtimesaweek toallowplentyoftimetosocializewitht

  • 2 Pages Cultural Anthropology gives three distinct meanings of cultural relativis1
    Cultural Anthropology Gives Three Distinct Meanings Of Cultural Relativis1

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Cultural Anthropology

    Cultural Anthropology gives three distinct meanings of cultural relativism: a moral stance that requires anthropologists to suspend moral and ethical judgments when interacting with a culture different from their own, a methodological strategy that allows

  • 4 Pages The Btsisi culture
    The Btsisi Culture

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    Course: 1 Introduction To Cultural Anthropologyrfd

    Running head: The Btsisi culture 1 The Btsisi culture Kinship is as a relationship by marriage, blood, , or adoption, also as a relationship by nature or character. The Btsisi kinship is known as a horticultural society, in other because they depend on do

  • 3 Pages DQ ANT 101
    DQ ANT 101

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    Hi let me start by saying that I am sorry I have not posted anything until now I was having trouble, I guess you could say that I over extended myself. My daughter asked me to watch my grandson for a few days and it took more energy than I even realized i

  • 0 Pages Rough Draft of Final Cultural Research
    Rough Draft Of Final Cultural Research

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    Final Cultural Research 1 Final Cultural Research Earlwood Armstrong ANT: 101 Mario Tovar February 13th, 2012 Final Cultural Research Final Cultural Research In the rainforest of Africa there are many different pygmy tribes of people. One such tribe that

  • 2 Pages Week 1-Discussion 1
    Week 1-Discussion 1

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    What is the role of the marketing function in business? The definition of marketing is the activity, set of institutions, and processes for creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value to customers, clients, partners, and

  • 1 Page Week 5-Discussion 1
    Week 5-Discussion 1

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    Where do you stand on the issue regarding the use of anthropologists in intelligence gathering for the military? I feel as though anthropologists should do only what they came to do. Study, research and fieldwork. If the military need inside people, then

  • 8 Pages Week 5-Assignment-Research Paper
    Week 5-Assignment-Research Paper

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    RUNNING HEAD: THE YNOMAM CULTURE The Ynomam Culture Amanda Riddle ANT 101 Prof. Brown October 17, 2011 The Ynomam Culture 1 THE YNOMAM The Ynomam are one of the last cultures to come in contact with the modern world. Living in almost complete seclusion in

  • 1 Page Week 4-Discussion 1
    Week 4-Discussion 1

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    Reflect on the material you read on band, tribes, and states. Explain why monumental architecture is unique to cities. In my opinion, monumental architecture is unique to cities because it was used to communicate political power and control of communities

  • 3 Pages ANT 101 week 3 quiz
    ANT 101 Week 3 Quiz

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    Grade Details - All Questions 1. Question : An etic perspective of kula exchanges would be: Student Answer: it allows people from different islands to interact with each other. it raises the prestige of the chiefs. it provides an opportunity for the trade

  • 1 Page Week 3-Discussion 2
    Week 3-Discussion 2

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    Explain the impact forced and voluntary conversion to Christianity has had on the leadership structure and social control of chiefdoms using one of these two perspectives in which to make your argument. Include specific examples and terminology from Chapt

  • 1 Page Week 5-Discussion 2
    Week 5-Discussion 2

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    Consider issues that are current in our own society today. Where will the application of an anthropological perspective be most effective? As James L. Peacock, a former president of the AAA, said, But anthropology is everywhere, implicitly and potentially

  • 1 Page Week 3 - Discussion 1
    Week 3 - Discussion 1

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    Describe the correlation between bridewealth and stability of marriage. According to Nowak & Laird, bridewealth is the practice of transmitting livestock to the brides family by the grooms family as payment or compensation for the time that the family has

  • 3 Pages ANT 101 week 4 quiz
    ANT 101 Week 4 Quiz

    School: Ashford University

    Grade Details - All Questions 1. Question : MNC stands for: Student Answer: Many National Corporations. Multinational Controls. Many National Contracts. Multinational Corporations. Instructor Explanation: Points Received: The answer can be found in Ch.8-H

  • 1 Page ANT101 Week 1 Disc 1
    ANT101 Week 1 Disc 1

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    The strength of moral relativism is that it allows anthropologists to withhold their moral and ethical judgments of different cultures. The weakness that I see is that it may conflict with their personal perspectives and beliefs. Second, the strength of m

  • 1 Page Discussion 2 - Politics and Conflict
    Discussion 2 - Politics And Conflict

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    Discussion 2: Politics and Conflict The war in Iraq is a war where everyone has different opinions of how it should have or could have been handled. Some think we should have never even been there others to think that we need to still be there. One thing

  • 1 Page Discussion 2 - Exploring Cultural Anthropology
    Discussion 2 - Exploring Cultural Anthropology

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    Discussion 2: Exploring Cultural Anthropology If I were going to be a Cultural Anthropologist, I would research the American Culture, the changes that have occurred with Womens Rights and the affects it has had on Mens Rights. I am a very strong willed an

  • 3 Pages ANT 101 week 2 quiz
    ANT 101 Week 2 Quiz

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    Grade Details - All Questions 1. Question : The marriage of several brothers to one woman: Student Answer: is called polyandry. is called primogeniture. is necessary in pastoral societies. is called polygyny Instructor Explanation: Points Received: The an

  • 1 Page Discussion 1 - Kinship and Social Stratification
    Discussion 1 - Kinship And Social Stratification

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    Discussion 1: Kinship Structure Patrilineal culture is found among 45 percent of all cultures such as India, East Asia, the Middle East and other horticultural groups of Saharan Africa. Lim Culture a patrilineal descent family that was study for two (2) y

  • 1 Page Discussion 2 - Consumption and Exchange
    Discussion 2 - Consumption And Exchange

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    Discussion 2: Consumption and Exchange Gifting is an international occurrence all cultures have some sort of special occasion in which material gifting is required be it religious, wedding, anniversary or birthday. Kwakwaka'wakws participated in a ceremon

  • 1 Page Discussion 1 - Leading Countries
    Discussion 1 - Leading Countries

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    Discussion 1: Leading Countries Today it seems that the U.S.A. and China are the leading countries. But, according to the GDP (Purchasing Power Parity) as of 2009: 1. 2. 3. 4. European Union $14,510,000,000,000 United States . $14,260,000,000,000 China .

  • 8 Pages ANT101-Wk3 - Research Paper
    ANT101-Wk3 - Research Paper

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    Equal Rights 1 Mens Parental Rights in Americas Culture Student Name ANT 101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Instructors Name Date Equal Rights 2 Introductory Who really has control of parenthood? Do men really have Rights when it comes to parental

  • 6 Pages ANT101-Wk2
    ANT101-Wk2

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    Cultural Anthropology 1 American & Iranian Cultural Differences Student Name ANT 101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Instructor Name Date Cultural Anthropology 2 Introductory Why do some cultures treat women with the up most respect and others as i

  • 1 Page Discussion 2 - Expressive Cultures
    Discussion 2 - Expressive Cultures

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    Discussion 2: Expressive Cultures My art choice was a Replication of Lincoln's boyhood log cabin, what an awesome portrait of a great future president. The portrait is of Abraham Lincoln as a young boy sitting in front of a log cabin holding a book. The A

  • 1 Page Discussion 1 - Cultural Relativism
    Discussion 1 - Cultural Relativism

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    Discussion 1: Cultural Relativism In todays society in America we have a wide variety of cultures, which we now have to learn to mesh together. As for my personal thoughts are that America was built on Freedom of Speech, Religion and to Bear Arms. The USA

  • 8 Pages ANT101-wk5 - Final
    ANT101-wk5 - Final

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    Equal Rights 1 Mens Parental Rights in Americas Culture Student Name ANT 101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Instructor Name Date Equal Rights 2 Introductory Who really has control of parenthood? Do men really have Rights when it comes to parental

  • 1 Page Discussion 1 - The Kayapo
    Discussion 1 - The Kayapo

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    Discussion 1: The Kayapo Reading the different articles regarding Kayapos, the Belo Monte Damns and Africas great rivers was very educational and interesting. I have read and heard about the dilemma surround the destruction of the Rain Forest and the Trib

  • 1 Page Reading the different articles regarding Kayapos
    Reading The Different Articles Regarding Kayapos

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    Reading the different articles regarding Kayapos, the Belo Monte Damns and Africas great rivers was very educational and interesting. I have read and heard about the dilemma surround the destruction of the Rain Forest and the Tribes in and around it, but

  • 3 Pages ANT 101 week 1 quiz
    ANT 101 Week 1 Quiz

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    Grade Details - All Questions 1. Question : Ethnographic methods are to ethnological methods as: Student Answer: the humanities are to the sciences. fieldwork is to laboratory experiments. description is to comparison. nature is to culture. Instructor Exp

  • 1 Page Discussion 1 - Communication
    Discussion 1 - Communication

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    Discussion 1: Communication Words and the English Language are totally amazing; who came up with words? How they would be spelled or how they were to be used? Money is an object that is made in many materials paper, silver, metal, gold etc. and many desig

  • 1 Page ANT101 Week 4 Disc 1
    ANT101 Week 4 Disc 1

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    Monumental architecture is a hallmark of complex societies (chiefdoms and states). Discuss how resources are mobilized for such constructions as well as the ideological messages they convey. Choose an example of a large scale structure from anywhere/anyti

  • 1 Page ANT101 Week 1 Disc 2
    ANT101 Week 1 Disc 2

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    Can you think of any other examples of how real behavior varies from the cultural ideal in American culture? Ideal culture is what society claims they do and believe in; how we are supposed to behave based on cultural norms. Real culture is what society a

  • 7 Pages Kinship among the San
    Kinship Among The San

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Anthropology

    Running Head: Kinship among Kinship among the San Jessica Valentine ANT 101 Instructor: Kristina Stutler April 20, 2011 Running Head: Kinship among Have you ever wondered where the whole sense of family came from? The San from the Kalahari Desert in south

  • 5 Pages Elderly care: A comparison of America, India and Japan
    Elderly Care: A Comparison Of America, India And Japan

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Anthropology

    RUNNING HEAD: Partial Rough Draft of Final Research Paper 1 Elderly care: A comparison of America, India and Japan By Jerrod Keune ANT 101 Cultural Anthropology Instructor: Kristie Martin 4/27/14 Every country in the world has a growing problem. That prob

  • 2 Pages Week 1 Discussions
    Week 1 Discussions

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    Course: Anthropology

    Week 1 - Discussion 1 Acculturation What is the definition of acculturation? Acculturation is a process that combines two cultures together by forcing them to interact with each other on a cultural basis. Usually both cultures will change and the often th

  • 2 Pages Week 2 Discussions
    Week 2 Discussions

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    Course: Anthropology

    Week 2 - Discussion 1 Race and Identity I think the term Racial Smog is talking about the ever present yet invisible cloud that surrounds the subject of racism. It seems that even though we have gone through periods in history like the abolishment of slav

  • 3 Pages Week 3 Assignment
    Week 3 Assignment

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Anthropology

    RUNNING HEAD: Partial Rough Draft of Final Research Paper Elderly care: A comparison of America, India and Japan By Jerrod Keune ANT 101 Cultural Anthropology Instructor: Kristie Martin 12/3/14 Every country in the world has a growing problem. That proble

  • 2 Pages Week 3 Discussions
    Week 3 Discussions

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Anthropology

    Week 3 - Discussion 1 Alternative Gender Roles In most societies gender roles are chosen by the individuals biological sex of either a male or female. Most females take on a social role of caregiver, nurturer, and homemaker. Most males take on the role of

  • 2 Pages Week 4 Discussions
    Week 4 Discussions

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    Course: Anthropology

    Week 4 - Discussion 1 Native American Religion Should Native Americans be able to perform their ceremonies in prison? Yes, they should be able to conduct their religious ceremonies. Just because the federal government says that their religious beliefs are

  • 2 Pages Week 5 Discussions
    Week 5 Discussions

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    Course: Anthropology

    Week 5 - Discussion 1 Feminization of Poverty The feminization of poverty is not only a consequence of lack of income, but is also the result of gender biases present in both societies and governments throughout the world. It does not just affect the U.S.

  • 5 Pages ANT101- Assignment1wk2
    ANT101- Assignment1wk2

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Anthropology

    Running Head: KINSHIP SYSTEM 1 Kinship System of the Inuit Jennifer Robinson ANT 101 Professor Janni Pedersen April 15, 2013 Kinship System of the Inuit In the extreme cold of the arctic lives a group of foragers known as the Inuit. More commonly known as

  • 4 Pages ANT101- Assignment1wk3
    ANT101- Assignment1wk3

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Anthropology

    Running Head: THE BATEK 1 The Batik of Malaysia Jennifer Robinson ANT 101 Professor Janni Pedersen April 22, 2013 I. Introduction Historically the Batek dwelled in the forests of Pahang, Malaysia but due to selective logging or clear-cutting the Batek now

  • 7 Pages ANT101- Assignment1wk5
    ANT101- Assignment1wk5

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Anthropology

    Running Head: THE BATEK 1 The Batik of Malaysia Jennifer Robinson ANT 101 Professor Janni Pedersen May 6, 2013 The Batek of Malaysia The Batek or The Batek De are one group of Malayan aborigines that are still nomadic hunters and gatherers, so the exact l

  • 11 Pages ANT101-Discussion Post
    ANT101-Discussion Post

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Anthropology

    ANT101 Introduction DAY 1 Discussion 1-1\ Cultural Relativism Week 1 Cultural Anthropology gives three distinct meanings of cultural relativism: a moral stance that requires anthropologists to suspend moral and ethical judgments when interacting with a cu

  • 4 Pages Assignment
    Assignment

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Anthropology

    Running Head: THE IROQUOIS MAT 1 The Iroquois Matrilineage ANT 101 Prof. Amy July 15, 2011 The Iroquois were a powerful western Horticultural based society much different from the Iroquois of today. They had a kinship system that valued the women of their

  • 4 Pages wk 3 Assignment
    Wk 3 Assignment

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Anthropology

    Running Head: TIKOPIA, A WAY 1 Tikopia, A Way of Life ANT 101 Prof. July 23, 2011 I. Introduction A. Thesis statement- This research paper will take an etic perspective to the tribes found in Tikopia of Melanesia, specifically identifying their way of sub

  • 11 Pages Living life as the Basseri of Iran
    Living Life As The Basseri Of Iran

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Anthropology

    Running Head: Living life as Living life as the Basseri of Iran Jessica Valentine ANT 101 Professor Kristina Stutler April 27, 2011 Running Head: Living life as The Basseri of Iran located in the south has been around for many years. By the year 1938 the

  • 7 Pages RITES OF PASSAGE FOR OTHER CULTURES final
    RITES OF PASSAGE FOR OTHER CULTURES Final

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    Running head: RITES OF PASSAGE 1 RITES OF PASSAGE FOR OTHER CULTURES Instructor: Kathryn Sorensen ANT101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology November 16, 2013 RITES OF PASSAGE FOR OTHER CULTURES Rites of Passage 2 In our text it states, Ceremonies such

  • 1 Page ANT101 Week 2 Disc 1
    ANT101 Week 2 Disc 1

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    What can we learn from studying foraging societies? Is there anything we can learn regarding our relationship to example? I believe that much can be learned from studying foraging societies such as the Batek and the San. Their amazing limited resources wi

  • 1 Page ANT101 Week 2 Disc 2
    ANT101 Week 2 Disc 2

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    What is the traditional sexual division of labor in American culture? Is it undergoing a transformation? Among Btsisi, women and men are respected for the tasks they perform. Do you think this is the case in the United States? Before, women were tradition

  • 1 Page ANT101 Week 3 Disc 1
    ANT101 Week 3 Disc 1

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    Describe the correlation between arranged marriage, economic exchanges surrounding marriage (bridewealth, bride service, dowry, etc.), status of women, family pressures, and other factors you can think of and the stability of marriage. Based on your readi

  • 1 Page ANT101 Week 3 Disc 2
    ANT101 Week 3 Disc 2

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    Doing business with family members may bring useful skills to a company but it may also negatively affect a business. I think that family business could create conflicts among the family members involved in the business which affects their personal relati

  • 4 Pages Child Rearing
    Child Rearing

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    Running Head: CHILD REARING 1 Child Rearing Practices Steve Cavanaugh ANT 101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Jeri Myers April 21, 2014 CHILD REARING 2 Child Rearing Practices Each and every culture possesses a particular standard of living, a part

  • 1 Page ANT101 Week 4 Disc 2
    ANT101 Week 4 Disc 2

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    After reading chapter 8 and the article, Marketers pursue the shallow pocketed, I believed that the information being discussed is an example of colonialism. The companies are exploiting lowincome groups by tweaking their products so they could gain more

  • 1 Page ANT101 Week 5 Disc 1
    ANT101 Week 5 Disc 1

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    The use of anthropologists in intelligence gathering for the military is beneficial. Anthropologists expertise on cultures, language, conflict resolution, and other issues will provide the military with the knowledge they need to understand the local popu

  • 1 Page ANT101 Week 5 Disc 2
    ANT101 Week 5 Disc 2

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    After watching Winners and Losers, I think that the most urgent issue in our world today is poverty and the effects of the new global economy. Globalization has been a triumph for many multinational corporations, but it has also jeopardized jobs and has d

  • 3 Pages ANT 101 Quiz week 1
    ANT 101 Quiz Week 1

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    Grading Summary These are the automatically computed results of your exam. Grades for essay questions, and comments from your instructor, are in the "Details" section below. Question Type: True/False Multiple Choice Grade Details - All Questions Date Take

  • 3 Pages ANT 101 Quiz week 2
    ANT 101 Quiz Week 2

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    Grade Details - All Questions 1. Question : The marriage of several brothers to one woman: Student Answer: is called polyandry. is called primogeniture. is necessary in pastoral societies. is called polygyny Instructor Explanation: Points Received: The an

  • 3 Pages ANT 101 Quiz week 3
    ANT 101 Quiz Week 3

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    Grade Details - All Questions 1. Question : An etic perspective of kula exchanges would be: Student Answer: it allows people from different islands to interact with each other. it raises the prestige of the chiefs. it provides an opportunity for the trade

  • 3 Pages ANT 101 Quiz week 4
    ANT 101 Quiz Week 4

    School: Ashford University

    Grade Details - All Questions 1. Question : MNC stands for: Student Answer: Many National Corporations. Multinational Controls. Many National Contracts. Multinational Corporations. Instructor Explanation: Points Received: The answer can be found in Ch.8-H

  • 7 Pages RITES OF PASSAGE FOR OTHER CULTURES final
    RITES OF PASSAGE FOR OTHER CULTURES Final

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Anthropology

    Running head: RITES OF PASSAGE 1 RITES OF PASSAGE FOR OTHER CULTURES ANT101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology November 16, 2013 RITES OF PASSAGE FOR OTHER CULTURES Rites of Passage 2 In our text it states, Ceremonies such as christenings, puberty rit

  • 8 Pages RITES OF PASSAGE FOR OTHER CULTURES
    RITES OF PASSAGE FOR OTHER CULTURES

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    Running head: RITES OF PASSAGE 1 RITES OF PASSAGE FOR OTHER CULTURES Instructor: Kathryn Sorensen ANT101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology November 16, 2013 RITES OF PASSAGE FOR OTHER CULTURES Rites of Passage 2 In our text it states, Ceremonies such

  • 9 Pages wk 5 Assignment
    Wk 5 Assignment

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Anthropology

    Tikopia, A Way of Life ANT 101 Prof. July 23, 2011 There are many different cultures and societies within this planet. There are ways of life that mirror that of our own in western society, and there are some that we could better understand. Have you ever

  • 4 Pages Week 3 - Assignment 1
    Week 3 - Assignment 1

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    RUNNING HEAD: THE YNOMAM CULTURE The Ynomam Culture Amanda Riddle ANT 101 Prof. Brown October 3, 2011 The Ynomam Culture ~1~ ~2~ THE YNOMAM The Ynomam are one of the last cultures to come in contact with the modern world. Living in almost complete seclusi

  • 1 Page Historyw3d2
    Historyw3d2

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    As in every other until this point race had always been an issue and World War II was no different. One of our country's biggest mistakes occurred on February 19, 1942 when President Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066. This was an order to remove Japan

  • 1 Page logicw3d2
    Logicw3d2

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    One rich source of fallacies is the media: television, radio, magazines, and the Internet (including, of course, commercials.) Identify two distinct fallacies you see committed in the media. Do you think it is more likely that you will not be fooled by th

  • 5 Pages Morals
    Morals

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    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    Running head: CAN ONE BE MORAL AND NOT BELIEVE IN GOD? 1 Can One Be Moral and Not Believe in God? Jeremy Toney PHI/103 February 20, 2012 Marty McAuliffe What if God did not exist, how would society regulate morality? For many people, believing in a God is

  • 4 Pages My Common Stereotypes
    My Common Stereotypes

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    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    My Common Stereotypes Jeremy Scott Toney PHI 103 Informal Logic Martin McAuliffe 8 February 2012 Due to the many different cultures that make up the United States many stereotypes exist and have become very common for most of us, including myself. A stere

  • 5 Pages Production and Consumption
    Production And Consumption

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    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    Production and Consumption 1 Production and Consumption Jeremy S. Toney SCI 207: Dependence of Man on the Environment Benjamin Kirgan 16 July 2012 Production and Consumption 2 Innovation and Sustainability As the human population continues to grow so will

  • 3 Pages Profession of Arms
    Profession Of Arms

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    Profession of Arms: The professional Soldier. SSG Jeremy S. Toney 91X 11-046 SFC Malone September 11 2011 PROFESSION OF ARMS What is the Profession of arms? After reading the "White Paper" I believe that the army is full of professionals even more so than

  • 1 Page psychological
    Psychological

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    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    A situation that a psychological theorist might argue is a selfish act would be a single woman who is young and poor that does not a source of income gives up her child for adoption so it will have a chance of living a better life. A psychological theoris

  • 1 Page reciprocity
    Reciprocity

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    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    For the most part foragers usually stick to general reciprocity. In which they do not expect a one for one trade or swap for goods and services. They believe that eventually things will work themselves out. This way hunting is not a daily chore since they

  • 4 Pages Relativism vs Morality
    Relativism Vs Morality

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    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    Relativism vs. Morality Jeremy S. Toney SOC 120 Marice Jackson In the article "Some Moral Minima" Goodman states a great case that there are just some things that are deemed wrong. I am in agreement with his view points; there are indeed some dark areas t

  • 4 Pages Research Proposal
    Research Proposal

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    FLOW Flow Jeremy Toney ENG/122 August 2, 2011 Sonia Giordani Introduction The "Flow" of illegal drugs into our country has been and is continuing to be a major problem for the United States Government. Having lived in El Paso, TX for nearly four years Jer

  • 6 Pages Research_Proposal_659841-notes-all
    Research_Proposal_659841-notes-all

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    FLOW Flow 1 Jeremy Toney ENG/122 August 2, 2011 Sonia Giordani 1. Flow Your entire paper should be in times new roman 12 point font. [Kelly Zeigler (TA)] -1- FLOW Introduction 1 The "Flow" of illegal drugs into our country has been and is continuing to be

  • 4 Pages Responding to Mitty
    Responding To Mitty

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    Responding to Mitty Responding to Mitty Jeremy S. Toney ENG/125 31 October 2011 Lesa Hadley As part of this week's assignments we were required to read many different selections of some literary master pieces. To try and decide which one to analyze for th

  • 34 Pages sciChapter_01
    SciChapter_01

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    1 TIM LAMAN/National Geographic Stock Ecosystems Topics Discussed Earth'sBiomes EnergyFlowsthroughEcosystems NutrientCyclinginEcosystems PopulationBiology EcosystemFunctions EvolutionandNaturalSelectioninEcosystems CaseHistory-OceanDeadZones Section 1.1

  • 28 Pages sciChapter_02
    SciChapter_02

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    2 Imaginechina/Corbis Human Population Dynamics Topics Discussed PopulationGrowthandDemographics PopulationPolicyandFuturePopulationTrends PopulationGrowth,MaterialConsumption,andthe IPATEquation CaseHistory-FamilyPlanninginBangladesh Section 2.1 Populat

  • 1 Page sociologyw1d1
    Sociologyw1d1

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    There are three primary sociological theories discussed in Chapter One of the text, Introduction to Sociology. Briefly summarize each theory and the major differences across the Functionalist, Conflict, and Symbolic Interaction perspectives Functionalist-

  • 1 Page sociologyw1d2
    Sociologyw1d2

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    Vissing (2011) explains culture as "an organized system of living and thinking. It contains shared attitudes, values, goals, and behaviors that are present in individuals, groups, organizations, or regions of the world" (p. 24). Describe some of the ways

  • 1 Page sociologyw2d1
    Sociologyw2d1

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    Describe the various agents of socialization and why they are important. Do you think socializing agents contribute to an institutionalized system of social inequality? Support your answer with detailed examples. There are four major agents in the sociali

  • 1 Page logicw3d1
    Logicw3d1

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    There are many types of fallacies that can be found in arguments. I have chosen Hasty Conclusions, False Cause(Post Hoc), and False Dichotomy. Hasty Conclusion Example: My wife is from Panama and eats a lot of spicy foods. All Panamanians must like spicy

  • 1 Page logicw1d2
    Logicw1d2

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    Logic can tell us how to come to a conclusion of an argument but what it can't do is tell us if the premises of the argument are true (Mosser K., 2008). Everyone perceives things differently based on what are their cultural norms and beliefs that are inst

  • 1 Page logicw1d1
    Logicw1d1

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    Earlier this evening my wife and I argued of what to watch and whose choice in TV shows is better. She prefers the 30 minute comedic sitcoms like "Two and Half Men" or Reality shows like "Kim and Kourtney take New York". While I on the other hand like "Am

  • 1 Page Historyw4d1
    Historyw4d1

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    For this week's discussion I have decided to move away from the obvious choices and focus my post on a man named Ray Kroc. Kroc in the 1950's was just a salesman that sold a milkshake machine to a dinner in California owned by Richard and Bruce McDonald a

  • 1 Page Historyw5d1
    Historyw5d1

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    The most significant problem confronted by the United States between 1974 and 1999 was the Cold War. The Cold War between the United States and Communism on a global front began with the Truman administration and the first Bush administration. Most people

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    Historyw5d2

    School: Ashford University

    Course: Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

    Then greatest challenge for the United States thus far into the 21st Century has been the War on Terrorism. The War on terror was President Bush's response to the September 11th attacks on the World Trade center and The Pentagon. The War on Terrorism had

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