• The Nayar of India
    The Nayar of India Chrystal Powers Professor Bob Larkin Anthropology 101 April 29, 2013 The Nayar of India The Nayar people of India are indigenous people that live in the southwest part of India. Their culture is known to be complex yet fascinating. Generally they...
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    The Nayar of India (Kinship, Beliefs, and Values) Richard Cantu Introduction to Cultural Anthropology: 101 Instructor: June Maul August 9, 2011 The Nayar of India are ethnographic and folk-culture society. They are a complex and interesting large and power cast society that live in extended matrilineal...
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    Nayar of India A. Stafford Jasmine Morales ANT 101 November 12, 2012 Outline * Introduction 1. Nayar of India 2. Three aspects of culture * Beginning Body 1. Social Organization 2. Matrilineal practice 3. Caste Systems 4. Economic Organization * Middle Body 1. Kinship...
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    Outline of the Nayar of India Melissa Dotson Instructor Steven Sager ANT101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology January 21, 2013 The Nayar are a matrilineal society that resides in southwest India. They have a unique social organization and culture. Their extended family is among foraging...
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  • Nayar of India Outline
    101 Instructor Jonathan Brooks 11FEB2013 Nayar of India There are different cultures in many places all over the world. The Nayar of India culture stood out to me from many others. The way they unite in marriage, heal sickness, their beliefs and values, and kinship took me by a great surprise. Their...
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    Nayar of India Latonya Myles ANT 101 Instructor Wendell Johnson April 25, 2011   Nayar of India Nayar is a Hindu caste of the India state of Kerala. The region contained small, feudal kingdoms, in each of which royal and noble lineages, the militia, and most land managers were drawn from the...
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  • Fighting the War
    The Nayars of India are a Hindu caste of Emerging Agriculturalists with a maternal kinship system that started so many centuries ago and still is in effect today. This paper will discuss the Nayars kinship, political and economic organizations of how their mode of subsistence impacts their values and...
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  • Nayar Family
    A Brief Introduction to the Nayar In Kerala of southwest India lives an indigenous people, called the Nayar. They are known for having a highly complex and intriguing culture. The Nayar are a warrior caste who follow matrilineal dissention and are said to practice polygyny. (Nowak & Laird, 2010) Their...
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  • Hindustan Computer Limited
    Vineet Nayar, who has led the business through a major transformation since taking the top job in 2005. Under Nayar’s watch, the organization doubled its revenues-from $700 million to $1.7 billion-by 2008, through innovative approaches strategy and management in the IT services sector. Nayar believes...
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    an Indianbusinessman and the former CEO of Infosys Technologies. He currently serves as the Chairman of the new Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), after a successful career at Infosys. He is also heading government of India's technology committee called as TAGUP. ------------------------------------------------- ...
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    Nayar of India Noreen Street ANT101: Cultural Anthropology Jo Macek November 21, 2011 People of all cultures in the world have gender meanings, values, and behavior. We all seek the feeling of knowing what economic group to belong to, when it comes to social achievements in our lives. In many...
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  • Media Credibility Nedd of the Hour
    inform, educate, interpret, and entertain. As millions of people depend on media for information the question arises how far the media is credible in India. As Joseph Pulitzer emphasized that the three important points to remember regarding reporting of news is ‘accuracy, accuracy, accuracy’. Objectivity...
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  • Airtel Essay 10
    customer with a little bit more” | Vision By 2010 Airtel will be the most admired brand in India: Loved by more customers Targeted by top talent Benchmarked by more businesses ...
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  • Impact of Family Environment in Old Age.
    family) - parents and their children's families often live under a single roof. This type of family often includes multiple generations in the family. In India, the family is a patriarchal society, with the sons' families often staying in the same house. 5. On the basis of the nature of relations among the...
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  • Murdock and Talcott Parsons Views on Family
    universal, it only needs one exception to falsify it. Kathleen Gough falsified Murdock’s theory with her study of the Nayar Women of India. Before reaching puberty, Nayar women in India were married to a man according to the Talikettukalydnam rite. This three days of actual or mock defloration might be...
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  • Wikileaks: a Cultural Phenomenon
    the concept of WikiLeaks, and not the content. The paper will objectively analyze WikiLeaks through a communications perspective, and not make any value judgments about the ethicality of the issue. This will entail an understanding of how the traditional frameworks of communication and the functioning...
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  • Novels
    novels that showed the darker side of colonial occupation. THE NOVEL COMES TO INDIA LESSON-2 Q1. Give examples of prose writings done in ancient and medieval India. Ans. a. Banabhatta’s Kadambari was written in Sanskrit in 7th century . b. Panchatantra stories...
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  • Cultural Research Paper
    Iran b. The Batek of Malaysia c. Enga d. The Amish e. Huaorani of Ecuador f. Bedouin g. Zulu h. Kurds i. Maori j. Mbuti k. Nayar of India l. Semai m. Navajo n. Tikopia of Melanesia 2. Research this culture using the Ashford University Online Library. Please identify and use...
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  • Final Paper Ant 101
    culture from the following list: * The Batek of Malaysia * Mbuti * Enga * Semai * Huaorani of Ecuador * Nayar of India * Singapore * Tikopia of Melanesia * Basseri of Iran   2. Use a minimum of three scholarly research journals, ethnographies...
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    * Enga * The Amish * Huaorani of Ecuador * Bedouin * Zulu * Kurds * Maori * Mbuti * Nayar of India * Semai * Navajo * Tikopia of Melanesia   2. Research this culture using the Ashford University Online Library.  Please...
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