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Evolution of the Races: The Value of Mitochondrial DNA Research
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A 15 page overview of the application of mitochondrial DNA research to tracing the relative ages and interrelationships of the contemporary races of human beings. Distinguishes between mitochondrial and nuclear DNA. Suggests that while mitochondrial DNA is particularly suited to this type of investigation it should be remembered that it is a newly-emerged technology which should be checked and cross-checked with other information such as the fossil record and oral tradition. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Excessive Multi-Cultural And Diversity Awareness Programs/Celebrations
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3 pages in length. The writer presents a brief response to a letter written by a very concerned American parent pertaining to excessive multi-cultural and diversity awareness programs/celebrations in his child's school district. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: TLCMultiCele.rtf

Experiences Of Czech Immigrants In The U.S.
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A 5 page paper discussing the experiences of Czech Republic immigrants in the United States. The writer examines the 'push and pull' factors that resulted in their immigration and a number of the socio-economic factors that made them leave their homeland. Bibliography lists four sources.
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Expressions Of Respect And Shame
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Speech is embedded within human activity, that is, the style and content of communication patterns is directly related to the context. In Languages and Their Speakers, edited by Timothy Shopen, the use of language and its relationship to the culture of origin is explored. John Haviland teaches the reader How to Talk to Your Brother-in-Law in Guugu Yimidhirr while E. L. Keenen and Elinor Ochs speak of Becoming Competent Speakers of Malagasy. This 6 page paper examines the relationship between language and the social norms surrounding respect and shame that is presented in these two articles. No additional sources are listed.
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