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Indigenous Cultures of Venezuela
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7 pages in length. Discussion of the Yamamao and Pemon tribes inhabiting the rain forests. Their culture, marriage patterns and the problems they are facing with the destruction of the rain forests are all covered in this interesting paper concerning these ancient and primitive peoples. Also includes discussion on recent attempts to civilize these people. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: JGAyacul.wps

Indigenous Peoples of the Arctic, Subarctic, and Great Basin
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This 4 page paper examines key issues in assimilation and adaptation for groups in these regions. Language is discussed as a problem. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: SA411ind.rtf

Indo-Americans Propose Melting Pot Resolution
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A 7 page piece that discusses two issues confronting Indo-Americans (Americans from India) today--discrimination and cultural identity. The paper provides an historical perspective on how diversity within the Indian community was created and what that means to the Indo-American community. In response to the identity crisis, the paper posits the call of some Indo-American leaders for the true formation of an American melting pot rather than strict ethnocism. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Indoamer.wps

Influence of Gender/Ethnography
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A 6 page essay that contrasts and compares Nisa (1981) by Marjorie Shostak and In an Antique Land (1992) by Amitav Ghosh. Ethnography constitutes an area of research that reaches into the most intimate details of personal life, as researchers seek to understand a particular culture, from the inside out. Due to the gendered nature of culture in most societies, this necessarily means that the male ethnographers have an easier time establishing rapport with men and, likewise, the female researcher finds it easier to learn about a culture from talking with women. The gender of the ethnographer has a direct influence on the manner in which research is conducted. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khinfeth.rtf

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