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Bridewealth and Dowry
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A 6 page paper assessing whether bridewealth and dowry practices in Africa protect women or further gender inequality. Both bridewealth and dowry have had the effect of redistributing wealth within the areas in which the people practicing it live, and in so doing also provide a homogenizing effect on class and status in Africa. The nature and uses of both forms have been changing in recent years, however, so that at present bridewealth among the elites often fills a role traditionally reserved for dowry. Though the concepts of bridewealth and dowry seem backward to those not practicing them, they have the effect of protecting women rather than undermining the advance of gender equality in Africa. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KSafrBridew.rtf

Brothers Grimm/Snow-White & Rose-Red
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A 5 page research paper that analyzes the classic Grimm fairy tale in a sociological/ anthropological manner that relates the tale to cultural elements. The writer discusses the pagan elements in the story, as well as the nineteenth century mindset of the Brothers Grimm. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: khswrr.rtf

BUILDINGS AND CULTURE: REVIEW OF ARCHITECHTURAL DESIGNS/BOOKS
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This 5 page paper discusses the views of Brand, Geertz, Alexander, and Rapaport on architecture and culture. Examples are given to illustrate concepts of each author, quotes cited from text and referenced. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: MBcularch.rtf

Canada's Northwest Explorers
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A 15 page paper discussing Samuel Hearne (1745-1792), John Henry Lefroy (1817-1890) and Sir John Franklin (1786-1847), all explores of the same region of extreme Northwest Canada. All had interest in the famed Northwest Passage, but finding the passage was more than only a passing interest for him. Each of the explorers had different motivations. Not all expeditions were successful, but there was value even in those that were not. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
Filename: KSCanExplor.wps


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