• The Huaorani Society of Ecuador
    . (Rival, 1993) Additionally, as hunter-gathers being the primary mode of subsistence in their culture we can see the impacts their economic organization through the traditions of maturity stages, harvesting skills and formal education. Their society has unique piercing rituals to show maturity...
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  • Ethnologic Analysis of Culture
    their beliefs. The Amish’s primary mode of subsistence is emerging agriculturalists, a method of cultivating soil, producing crops, raising and hording livestock. Traditional Amish culture revolve around agriculture, farm life is practiced and handed down through ancestry. The farming life style is...
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  • Batek
    The Batek of Malaysia Casandra Smith ANT 101 Bernando Rios June 21, 2012 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...
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  • Singapore
    Malaya, Chinese, Indians and Europeans 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...
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  • Subsistence Amish
    ) b. Analyzes and evaluates the impact that the primary mode of subsistence of the selected culture has on at least three of the following aspects of culture: * Beliefs and values * Economic organization * Gender relations * Kinship...
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  • Batek of Malaysia
    . 26.55           http://www.jstor.org/stable/649276 * http://www.everyculture.com/Ja-Ma/Malaysia.html. 3. Identification of the chosen cultures primary mode of subsistence * The Batek of Malaysia are foragers * Primary mode of subsistence foraging 4. Identification of...
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  • The Culture of the Basseri of Iran
    beliefs and values, sickness and healing, and the social organization of the Basseri of Iran. In addition, it will analyze and explain the impact that these primary mode of subsistence have on the Basseri of Iran culture. I. Introduction A. Thesis Statement. II. Beliefs and Values. A. What...
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  • Ant 101 Final Paper
    . Also each culture and society have their own primary mode of subsistence that makes them unique. Among the Navajo culture their primary mode of subsistence are pastoralists.   Pastoralists have an impact on different aspects with in the culture.   The aspects that I will be discussing will be...
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  • The Amish Culture
    based on family and their unique belief system sets them apart from any other culture. They believe in a simple kind of life and are extremely devoted to their entire community. In this paper, I will take detailed look at the Amish culture, their primary mode of subsistence, their beliefs and values...
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  • Botswana Meat Company Expands Into Malawi
    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 be propelled by the sale of BMC products regionally at good prices. The...
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  • The Amish
    living in Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. Amish are well known for their devotion to the Amish Church and their 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...
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  • The Amish Community: the Effects of Subsistence on Aspects of a Culture
    livelihood. Agriculture has been the primary mode of Amish life ever since. Many Amish beliefs today are stemmed from their subsistence strategy of emerging agriculture. Body The most widely known belief of the Amish community involves the refusal to use electricity or modern technology, such as...
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  • Graded Final Navajo Indians Survival of an Adaptative Society 25 Points
    pastoral society who utilized farming as their primary mode of subsistence, the Navajo Indians had to learn other ways to survive in a constant changing world. The Navajo Indian Tribe can adapt to the Western culture, and preserve their traditions by putting the same effort into their new way of life...
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  • The Amish
    is right. This paper will talk about the history of the Amish culture as well as analyze and evaluate the impact of the Amish primary mode od subsistence has on its belief and values, gender relations, and social change. The history of the Amish can be traced back to the Protestant Reformation...
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  • Basseri of Iran
    to marry subsequent wives. This is also subject to whether this man is able to take care of a huge family unit. Gender roles are clearly defined among the members of the Basseri community. These relations have also been widely influenced by their mode of subsistence (Amanolahi, 2003). When it comes...
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  • The Basseri of Iran: a Pastoral Society
    Basseri’s life. It controls how wealth is accumulated, and passed down, how decisions are made, and how work is divided. The family and community has come together in all aspects of living to ensure that their primary mode of subsistence is maintained. References Amanolahi, S. (2003). SOCIO...
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  • Tikopia of Melanesia
    Tikopia of Melanesia Barbara Pritchard Anthropology 101 Instructor Tawny Townsend June 27, 2011 Tikopia of 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...
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  • The Role of Communication in Marriages
    In this paper I will 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...
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  • Final Culture Research Paper: Amish
    .asp Identification of the Amish cultures primary mode of subsistence is they are Horticulturalists. Identification of the three aspects of the Amish culture which will be used in the Final Cultural Research Paper are: Beliefs and values Economic organization Gender relations Even with...
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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...
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