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    ANT 101, Fall 2012 Exam 4 Study Guide Exam 4 Time and location Section 1 (10am section): Monday, December 17 @ 12:15pm, Neville 101 Section 2 (11am section): Monday, December 17 @ 9:30am, Neville 101 Textbook: Chapters 14-15. Review all reading assignments, and pay special attention to the
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  • Critical Thinking Paper: Kinship Organizations
    The San of the Kalahari Desert are hunters and gatherers. This foraging community is one of the best known communities in the modern world and the San people have been living in the region of the Kalahari Desert for thousands of years. Their kinship systems provide support for their whole communit
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  • Ant 101 Australian Aboriginals
    Aborigines 1 Australian Aborigines Carolyn Bennett ANT101 Lecia Sims 4/29/12 Aborigines 2 Introduction In the following pages I am going to try to identify and describe the kinship system
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  • Ant 101
    Btsisi Kinship Trevan Davis Ashford University Anthropology 101 Instructor Jorge Garcia-Herreros April 12, 2013 Btsisi Kinship The society I have decided to write about are the Btsisi people. The Btsisi way of life and Kinship system is very similar to modern society worldwide. Btsisi a
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    Kinship Organization 1 Btsisi Jennifer Porter Ant 101 Rachel Grabner 9/ 25/ 2011 Kinship Organization
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  • Kinship of the Inuit
    Kinship of the Inuit Culture Ashford University ANT 101 Instructor: Jessie Cohen October 18, 2011 Kinship of the Inuit Culture Kinship, the relationship between individuals, is a cultural universal that is shared by all. These relationships are defined through marriage, descent, or other
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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
    The San Kinship System and Its Impact Upon San Culture Terry Barnes ANT 101 Prof. Colin Garretson November 29, 2012 The San Kinship System and the It’s Impact upon San Culture The San Culture is interesting, and its kinship bbehaviors are varied. In this paper, I will fir
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  • The Sans Kinship System
    The Sans 1 The San Kinship System Kristen Fuller ANT 101 Christopher Deere February 7, 2011 The San 2 The San Kinship System The San are foragers who reside in the Kalahari Desert in Africa. The San people have survived and flourished here for thousands of years. In a for
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  • Kinship System of the San People
    Kinship of the San Bushmen Christina M. Bagley ANT 101 Kristina Stutler March 14, 2011 The San or “Bushmen” people as they are sometimes called are a foraging group. Most foraging societies consist of a nuclear family setting. When looking how a family is laid out you must pay at
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  • Kinship Systems of the San Cultures
    Kinship Systems of the San Cultures Lynn M. Mudd ANT 101: Introduction to Anthropology Instructor Cynthia Livingston March 22, 2011 Kinship 1 The oldest social structure in human existence are societies known as bands. These are people who have lived their entire lives
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  • Australian Aborigines a Look Into Kinship Organization
    Australian Aborigines a Look into Kinship Organization Mary Mensching ANT 101 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Mario Tovar April 13, 2011 Australian Aborigines a Look into Kinship Organization When the European settlers came to Australia, they did not know the land was already inha
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  • Kinship System
    Cultural Thinking Paper: Kinship Organization Adria Perry ANT 101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Prof. Justine Lemos May 9, 2011 Kinship remains at the core of social relations, but marriage customs and other kin-related rules change to deal with new relationships in terms of property
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  • The San Kinship System
    KINSHIP OF THE SAN PEOPLE 1 The Sans Kinship System Merlinda Sandoval ANT 101 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Instructor: Justine Lemos March 20, 2011 KINSHIP OF THE SAN PEOPLE 2 KINSHIP OF THE SAN PEOPLE The San people are indigenous cultures that are referred to a
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  • Btisis Kinship System
    ANT 101 Cultural Anthropology Instructor: Kristina Stutlier Btsisi’s Kinship Debora A. Moton June 27, 2011 The kinship system for Btsisi has been displayed by many anthropological studies, but the Btsisi woman that lineally, married aboriginak connection to legitimize their rights to
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  • Iroquois Kinship
    Iroquois kinship Nickie Wigal ANT 101 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Jo Macek July 10, 2011 Iroquois kinship Kinship implicates how people sort each other, how the customs affect people’s behavior and people’s true behavior within parents and children or within a marriage. The I
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  • Impact of the Kinship System on San Culture
    Impact of the Kinship System on San Culture ANT 101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology August 21, 2011 Impact of the Kinship System on San Culture In this paper I will describe the kinship system of the San (Bushmen) and how it impacts their lives. First I will give a brief descrip
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  • Iroquois Kinship System
    Iroquois Kinship 1 Iroquois Kinship System Carl B. Lockhart ANT 101 Robert Moon August 29, 2011 Iroquois Kinship
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  • The San Kinship System
    San Kinship System LaKesha Monique Sellers October 09, 2011 ANT 101 Janis McFaul Introduction The San are foragers who reside in the Kalahari Desert in Africa. The San people have survived and flourished here for thousands of years. In a foraging culture the people live in mobile group
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  • The San Kinship
    The San Kinship Alcine Gross ANT 101 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Dr. Sedgwick Heskett October 10, 2011 The San Kinship A world outside of our own, where there are no stores, modern entertainment or technology; where people are seen as equal and not judged by wealth or status. A si
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