• Basseri of Iran
    11/25/2012 Basseri of Iran Located in Southern Iran this nomadic and pastoral culture of people has a population of 16,000. They shift around as much as needed to find pastures for their animals. Animals are primary to the Basseri of Iran. They inhabit the Iranian province of Fars and migrate along...
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  • Ethnologic Analysis of Culture
    Amish Culture Ronald F. Williams Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, ANT 101 Instructor Michelle McBrady December 10, 2012 ...
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  • Botswana Meat Company Expands Into Malawi
    products for marketing nationally and internationally in order to maximize financial returns to Botswana cattle producers. To achieve this, BMC has a primary strategic objective for 2011 and beyond to achieve best prices for its products at least cost possible. The accomplishment of this goal will tactically...
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  • Batek
    For my research paper I will be discussing the Batek of Malaysia. I will discuss this cultures primary mode of subsistence which is nomadic hunters and gatherers. I will also discuss different aspects of their culture including their beliefs and values, social and economic organization, kinship and gender...
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  • The Amish Culture
                 The Amish Culture When we think of the Amish, the first thing that comes to mind is horse-drawn carriages, plain style of dress, agriculture and a set of beliefs that our society is not quite familiar with. The Amish lifestyle is based...
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  • Singapore
    that lived within their own culture and calling themselves Singaporeans regardless of their race. These different races celebrated their own beliefs, their values and their religion. We will discuss the Singaporeans cultures; classify their culture’s primary mode of subsistence. We will analyze and explain...
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  • Subsistence Amish
    uncommon, Amish maintain a large presence with their simple old fashioned values and lack of technology advancements in America. The Amish are a culture based off of historic values which date back as far as 500 years with little advancement into the twentieth century. Can the Amish advance further...
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  • The Amish
    commitment to living a simpler way of life. As an Agrarian society, their primary mode of subsistence is through agriculture and farming. Their approach towards agriculture and farming is reflected on certain aspects of their culture; such as their beliefs and values, gender roles, social organization,...
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  • Batek of Malaysia
    1. The culture that I pick is The Batek of Malaysia. 2. Three Scholarly research journal that will be used for research are: * Contemporary Hunter-Gathers:   Current Theoretical Issues in Ecology and Social Organization           Author:   Alan Barnard           Source:   Annual Review of...
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  • Ant 101 Final Paper
    Every culture has their own way of life, their own religious beliefs, their own marriage beliefs, their own values and feelings on life and the options it has to offer. Each culture has their own way to run things within their own government, and own way to keep their economy up to their standards....
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  • The Culture of the Basseri of Iran
    Running Header: Basseri 1 The Culture of the Basseri of Iran Tamika Michelle Mays ANT101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Instructor: Michael King August 9, 2011 The Culture of the Basseri of Iran The Basseri are traditional pastoral nomads who inhabit...
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  • African Literature and Culture
    African Literature and Culture: African writers’ representation of male-female relationships Analyzing male-female relationships in African literature enables a better understanding of how African writers view the gender roles including the application of religious aspects, marriage and identity...
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  • Graded Final Navajo Indians Survival of an Adaptative Society 25 Points
    the U.S. Census Bureau in 2008, and they are known to be an adaptive type of society. As a pastoral society who utilized farming as their primary mode of subsistence, the Navajo Indians (Dineh – meaning Navajo people) had to learn other ways to survive in a constant changing world. The Navajos have never...
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  • Navajo Indians
    to the primary mode of subsistence is pastoralism of the Navajo Indians. It will also include information for the following aspects of their culture: kinship, beliefs and values, sickness and healing and social change. I will show how these cultures pertain to their primary mode of subsistence “pastoralism”...
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  • The Amish
    life. There way of life ties in with their mode of subsistence. The Amish are horticulturist. “Horticulture is a non mechanized, non intensive form of plant cultivation performed non repetitively on a plot of land”(Nowak &Laird 2010). This mode of subsistence is very simplistic and fits in with all that...
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  • The Amish Community: the Effects of Subsistence on Aspects of a Culture
    The Amish Community: The Effects of Subsistence on Aspects of a Culture Tristin Bovee ANT 101 Ilda Jimenez y West October 29, 2012 The Amish Community: The Effects of Subsistence on Aspects of a Culture Any person who observes an Amish community may catch a glimpse of a lifestyle that looks...
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  • Basseri of Iran
    In this paper I will give you a brief history of the Basseri tribe and talk about the kinship, gender relations, and social change of the Basseri culture. When the Achamenian emperors of ancient Persia built their capital at Persepolis, in an intermontane valley of the Zagros, they did so with strategy...
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  • The Basseri of Iran: a Pastoral Society
    sheep and goats. This paper will explore the impact the pastoral mode of subsistence has on the kinship, social organization, political organization, gender relations, and the beliefs and values of the Basseri community. Mode of Subsistence Pastoralists are nomadic people who travel to search for grass...
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  • The Role of Communication in Marriages
    discuss the Amish culture and identify their primary mode of subsistence and identify three aspects of the Amish culture. The Amish people are a very captivating culture because there is so much technology around them and they chose not to embrace it into their everyday lives. The Amish culture do not feel...
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  • Tikopia of Melanesia
    Melanesia Tikopia of Melanesia has been through many different changes in their society. Agriculture also known as agricultural states is their primary mode of subsistence; you may also call them emerging agriculturalists. The island of Tikopia is lead by chiefs which are their traditional ritual leaders. ...
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