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Rosaldo & Mellix/ 2 Essays
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A 5 page research paper that looks at two essays. The writer argues that Renato Rosaldo's anthropological essay "Grief and a Headhunter's Rage" serves to illuminate the subject matter covered by Barbara Mellix and her studies in language, which are recounted in her essay, "From Outside, In." No additional sources cited.
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Rosaldo And Scheper-Hughes: Understanding Cultures Outside Of Our Own
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5 pages in length. Renato Rosaldo and Nancy Scheper-Hughes have worked diligently in their own literal and anthropological right to help mankind understand its inherent cultural diversity. Utilizing the combined efforts of each individual's perspective, the student gains a significantly better understanding of why there is not one singular global culture, as well as how to ultimately accept this fact and the individuals who reflect such cultural diversity. No bibliography.
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Scheper-Hughes/Sociological Study of Ireland
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A 5 page essay that examines Nancy Scheper-Hughes' classic study of village life in western Ireland during the 1970s. The text is a richly detailed, yet overall sympathetic social analysis that explores the symptoms that indicate the village's decline, covering a wide variety of topics. However, the writer concentrates on the most controversial aspect of the study, which is Scheper-Hughes' connection between social structure in the village and a prevalence of schizophrenia. No additional sources cited.
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Self-Determination for Australia’s Aborigines?
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A 5 page discussion of the likelihood of self-determination for these indigenous peoples. The author evaluates the perception that the decision rendered in 1992 in Mabo and Others verses the State of Queensland marks a movement from self-management to self-determination. The contention is presented that the history of other indigenous peoples who have tried to move from self-management to self-determination would appear to indicate that the probability for success in regard to achieving self-determination is limited. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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