• Anthropology - Kinship Organizations
    Kinship Organizations Sharon Cook ANT 101 Instructor Kenneth Newton July 18, 2011 Kinship Organizations The San, who are also called bushman, have been living in the Kalahari Desert of South Africa for thousands of years. This African group has traditionally been a group of foraging...
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  • Australian Aborigines
    Demetrice Sterling Australian Aborigines ANT 101 Professor Benjamin Wright October 28, 2012 Chapters 3 and 4 we are learning about kinship system. Through research of the Australian Aborigines I have learned that they live in a completely different society than the average American. Their...
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  • Ant 101 Week 3 Assignment
    ANT 101 Week 3 Assignment: Final Paper Draft Student Name ANT/101 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology July 30, 2012 Introduction The purpose of this paper is to discuss about a culture that is selected from a list of various cultures. It identifies the primary mode of subsistence on...
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  • Mbuti Culture
    Mbuti Culture Micheal Smith ANT 101 Prof. Tracy Samperio September 24, 2012 Mbuti Culture Mbuti primary mode of subsistence is Foraging. A forager lives as hunter and gatherer. The Mbuti hunt and gather food from the forest, and they trade as well for survival. They are referred as...
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  • Kinship Organizations: Iroquois
    Kinship Organizations: Iroquois ANT 101 Geoff Wood September 20, 2011 Outline General explanation of Iroquois culture II. Kinship examples a. Women's responsibility b. Matrilineal society c...
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  • The Mbuti Tribe
    Ashley Jones ANT 101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology March 04, 2012 Introduction The way of life in a distant African rainforest where harsh climate and availability of resources were common, the Mbuti tribe were foraging society that hunt and gather and live in a...
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  • Kinship System of the Bushmen
    Kinship System of the Bushmen Dior McClelland ANT 101 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Melissa Kirkendall June 25, 2012 For thousands of years the San people have inhabited southern Africa, foraging through the Kalahari Desert. The San also known as the Bushmen, but the word Bushmen...
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  • Cultural Anthropology
    Kinship Organization of the Bushmen Kimberly Burgess ANT 101 Instructor Bowles March 30, 2013 KINSHIP ORGANIZATION OF THE BUSHMEN Kinship can be defined as family or extended family. Family is always considered...
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  • The Navajo Culture
    The Navajo Culture Patricia Perez Introduction to Cultural Anthropology ANT 101 Alexis Barry August 27, 2012 The Navajo, also known as the: Dine”, which means “The People”. They are descended from the Athapaskan peoples who migrated from northwest Canada to the American southwest. They are...
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  • Kinship
    Kinship Organizations Ashley Crites ANT 101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Instructor: Christopher Deere September 27, 2012 Kinship Organizations Family dynamics have a pivotal role in how successful a culture is. From child rearing, food provision and marriage...
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  • Kinship Organizations Ant 101
    Kinship Organizations ANT 101 San girls are typically polygamists. This means that they can have more than one husband. Since this type of allowable marriage is present among the San tribe, the available women for marriage is scarce. The San girls are very young when the man that they...
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  • Navajo
     Navajo Nation ANT 101 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology I. Introduction Migrating from the north western parts of Canada and Alaska moving south into the southwestern region of the United States, the Navajo Indians referred to them as the “Dine”. The meaning of Dine...
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  • Kindship of the Inuit
    Kinship of the Inuit People Shannette M Hoskins ANT 101 17 February 2013 When people live in harsh environments it causes them to work together in different ways to ensure their survival such as the Inuit people of the Artic. For the most part the Inuit people are considered to be foragers...
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  • Culture
    Mbuti Culture Stephanie Anderson ANT 101 Robert Moon November 21, 2011 Mbuti Culture The culture that I have chosen to research about is the Mbuti culture. The Mbuti is to much regard a foraging society. This means they only hunt and gather food that is need for that day or...
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  • The Mbuti Pygmies Society of Central Africa
    . During my research it appeared that the Mbuti tribe had no real political organization in place in there early settlement. Also there was no hierarchical egalitarian social structure. However, there was a kinship structure and a patrilineal system. The kinship base consisted of what is known as...
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  • Navajo
    Navajo Culture Research Essay ANT 101 Instructor: Daniel Diaz Reyes 1/21/13 Navajo Culture The culture that I’ve decided to write about is the Navajo Indians. The Navajo now are one of the largest Native American groups in Arizona. The Navajo were given the name...
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  • Btsisi
    The Btsisi’ Kinship Organization ANT 101, Introduction to Cultural Anthropology September 26, 2011 The Btsisi’ Kinship Organization The Btsisi’ are a horticultural society that live in Malaysia. The Btsisi’ are a semi-sedentary society, meaning they live close to their gardens during the...
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  • Tikopia of Melanesia
    TIKOPIA OF MELANESIA Demetrice Sterling ANT 101 Professor Wright November 19, 2012 Tikopia is an island in the south Pacific part of the Solomon Islands. It is the southernmost island in the Solomon group of islands. The environment is tropical, the island is a high volcano surrounded by...
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  • Kudish Culture
    Kurdish Culture Jerusha Usry Ashford University ANT 101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology March 26, 2012 Culture is one of the most important things know to mankind. Culture is described as the full range of learned human behavior patterns according to Anthologist...
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  • Mbuti Culture
    Mbuti Culture Audrey Woods ANT 101 Professor Daniel Beteta Jr June 12, 2011 Mbuti Culture The Mbuti or Bambuti are one of several indigenous pygmy groups in the Congo region of Africa. Their language belongs to the Central Sudanic subgroup of the Nilo-Saharan phylum...
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