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The Cultural Dislocation of the African American Slaves
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the various ways in which African American slaves had to suffer from cultural dislocation. The African American slaves suffered a great deal from cultural dislocation from their native homeland in Africa for over two centuries. Cultural dislocation occurs not only from a physical separation from a landscape but also from the customs, religions, laws, family structures and identity which are intrinsically linked with that landscape. Within the African American slave community, personal identities which were linked with their tribal and family units were stripped away upon their arrival in America without being allowed to be reformed. While many slaves adapted to their new circumstances by customizing their community structure and their religion to that of their plantation and Christianity, the basic understanding of the status of a slave was also dislocated as slaves within Africa are allowed rights and often intermarried within the community. The basic condemnation of rights as humans and this division based on color was alien to the Africans and compounded the ability of the slaves to comprehend their situation within their new landscape. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: TJcultd1.rtf

The Culture and Operation of the Special Court in Sierra Leone
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The Sierra Leone Special Court is an Ad Hoc court set up to hear the cases of those most responsible the atrocities in the Sierra Leone civil war. The model used was unprecedented with the court set up under a treaty rather under a resolution mandated by Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter. This has resulted in a court that has limited powers when compared to other similar tribunals set up by the United Nations, such as the International Criminal Tribunals for Yugoslavia (ICTY) and the International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda (ICTR). The culture of the court reflects these limitations as well as the circumstances that led to its creations and the operational restraints. This 23 page paper considers the background, including the atrocities of the civil war and the failed peace agreements and then looks at issues such as the power and jurisdiction of the court to assess the culture and operations. The bibliography cites 12 sources.
Filename: TEsierraLecpct.rtf

The Culture of Marriage: Kikuyu and America
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A 5 page paper which compares and contrasts the polygamist marital system of the Kikuyu and the monogamous marital system of the United States. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: RAkikuy.rtf

The Decolonization of Algeria
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This 5 page paper describes Algeria's history and its eventual independence. The current state of the nation is noted but the focus of the paper concerns the ultimate success of the Fifth Republic and why the Fourth Republic was unable to resolve the situation. Both Mitterrand and deGualle are discussed in terms of leadership ability. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: SA16Alge.wps


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