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Concepts and Analysis of Stephen J. Gould’s Essay “Dolly’s Fashion and Louis’s Passion”
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This is a 4 page paper discussing Gould’s essay “Dolly’s Fashion and Louis’s Passion”. Anthropologist Stephen J. Gould questions in his essay “Dolly’s Fashion and Louis’s Passion” (2000) man’s presumed need to always present components within the world in categories and dichotomies. He argues that human life is filled with such “foibles” and conflicts as firstly “our need to create order in a complex world begets our worst mental habit: dichotomy” and second that “many deep questions about our loves and livelihood, and fates of nations, truly have no answers”. One of the most prevalent dichotomies which seems to annoy Gould the most and which leads man down many false paths is that of the “nature versus nurture” debate; or the “genetic versus environmental sources of human abilities and behaviors”. The fact this question is always an “either-or dichotomy verges on the nonsensical” according to Gould. He then proceeds to highlight two particular modern readings in which the scientific perspective (nature) is presented but the environmental (nurture) perspective is ignored because of today’s preference for the scientific theory. Despite the current trend of today, Gould and some educators do not ignore the centuries of debate which have also discussed the nurture component and more importantly for Gould, readers should be aware that this debate (and others) should not be considered as “either-or”. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Conflict Among the Trobriand Islanders in Malinowski’s “Crime and Custom in Savage Society”
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A 5 page paper which examines how the Trobriand islanders deal with different types of conflict as presented in Malinowski’s “Crime and Custom in Savage Society.” No additional sources cited.
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Considerations in Communication: Differences Between Japanese and American Cultures
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An 11 page comparison of the specific ways in which Japanese and American communication styles differ. The author examines this difference in terms of low and high context cultures and in terms of five specific taxonomies: power distance, uncertainty avoidance, individualism-collectivism, masculinity-femininity, and time orientation. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Contact To Conflicts, The Emergence Of Violence
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Black Picket Fences by Mary Pattillo-McCoy explores the inherent violence of the poverty culture and how it influences the black middle class community; Samuel Wilson in The Emperor's Giraffe, explores many different meanings of violence as they pertain specifically to the initial contact between cultures and Benjamin R. Barber in Jihad vs. McWorld questions the future of democracy in a world defined either by the religious fundamentalism or capitalism. This 5 page paper examines these three books in terms of the relationship between contact and culture. No additional sources are listed.
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