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Loss of Body Hair by Humans
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This is a 6 page paper which discusses the various theories of the evolution of hairlessness in humans. The bibliography has 4 sources.
Filename: JHHair.rtf

Lynn Payer’s “Medicine & Culture: Varieties of Treatment in the United States, England, West Germany, and France”
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This is a 5 page paper discussing Lynn Payer’s text “Medicine & Culture”. In Lynn Payer’s text “Medicine & Culture: Varieties of Treatment in the United States, England, West Germany, and France” first published in 1988, Payer discusses the radical differences in diagnosis, treatment and philosophy in regards to similar cases within those countries. What is interesting to the reader is that while all of the countries examined are considered to be “Western” cultures, in actuality, the cultures between the countries vary to a great extent as to the outlook and philosophy of medical practices. Payer relates a great many of these cultural differences to historical trends and the general philosophies of each country when in cultural context make a great deal of sense to the reader but may not have been considered when conceptualizing his or her own reliance on the medical community in one’s own country. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Maitland Edey’s “The Missing Link”
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A 5 page paper which reviews Maitland Edey’s “The Missing Link.” Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Male Status within Ibo Society and Its Loss after the Arrival of the White Missionaries
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This is a 4 page paper discussing male status in Ibo society and its loss after the arrival of the white missionaries and colonization. In traditional African Ibo society there were several different circumstances and symbols which led to male status. Male status depended on age, the family unit, community position, and wealth which were all related in addition to social aspects including the number of wives, courage in warfare, and self-esteem among other factors. The Ibo society was well structured based on the status of men, and women gained their status from the men to which they were married. The introduction of the white missionaries in the Ibo communities led to a disruption of the religion and political systems which were traditionally based on the male hierarchy, democracy and consultation with the Oracles. Once these structures were taken away, lawlessness overtook the villages which led to the imposition of white governmental rule. Important Ibo status factors such as the family and community units, polygamy and male position within the village were also taken away depriving the communities of the political and social symbols which once led their cohesive society. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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