Research paper on the effects of home-based counseling for at-risk African American students.
This paper discusses the concept of adult development explaining the role of work in adult development. It will focus on why people work and ones views on work or leisure.
This research paper explores polygamy all over the world.
Critical analysis of Ruth Benedict’s 1944 anthropological study of Japanese culture.
Analyzes historical, anthropological & theoretical issues related to racial differences & race-mixing between blacks & whites as features of study of first humans.
An analysis of the different theories of evolution of Herbert Spencer, Lewis Henry Morgan, Edward Tylor and Franz Boas.
This six-page paper presents an in-depth look at the juvenile correction system regarding racism and sexism. These issues and the changes that are taking place to improve the system affect the system.
The paper examines two major theories regarding evolution and subsequent areas of research regarding human speech acquisition. ” Throughout the history of mankind there have been questions as to the causes and the events that led to the evolution of speech in humans. Unfortunately, researchers have not been able to pinpoint a specific time frame […]
This paper examines the local goth subculture in Montreal, and attempts to clarify the mood and character of the scene, while showing that media portrayals of participants have been grossly inflammatory. The paper includes interviews, photos, maps and a glossary. Setting The Scene Cast of Characters On Location The Nature of The Beast Defining Goth […]
This paper looks at the mythology behind the ancient Egyptian icon, the Sphinx, her role as fierce protector, and sacred guardian of the Great Pyramid.
This paper analyzes sibling rivalry relationships, drawing on specific case studies taken from the “Book of Genesis.”
This paper suggests that the most influential sacred stories are tied to the time and place in which they were produced.
This paper presents information to support the theory of evolution. The author attempts to debunk creationism as a theory through an examination of bone structure of the Neanderthal. The paper offers a basic scientific look at evolution. “In the twentieth century one of the most heated and perhaps futile debates is whether man was created […]
An exploration of the importance of family as it applies to family structure, land ownership, farming and gender roles.
An analysis of divorce rates, other divorce related issues, and the required research methodologies to arrive at correct figures.
This paper discusses the history of paternalism giving examples from Biblical sources, literary source and historical occurrences. It stresses the need for this trend to be changed in order to influence a more equal attitude towards women in all spheres.
A study exploring the inter-relationship between the individual, culture and society.
This paper discusses the importance of the creation story in the lives of the Chiricahua Apache.
The writer examines novels by Agatha Christie and Joseph Conrad, and discusses characters and scenes in light of prejudices the authors may have held, bringing as evidence Chinese (non-Western) detective novels.
A critical analysis of the interaction of Western culture’s social values and the practice of female circumcision.
This paper discusses the many advantages and disadvantages of being involved in an arranged marriage. There is also an interview with a young woman from Bangladesh who will be in an arranged marriage after she returns to her country upon graduating colle
A paper which explores the factors which influence the predominant business ethics in Scottish society.
This paper looks at different ways that people become molded into and eventually accepted into society.
This paper examines the concept of tourism as an integral part in making the world a global marketplace.
Country study: geology, climate, flora & fauna, native population & social development, economics, politics.
This paper discusses the discovery of a Neolithic man in the Otzaler Alps. It discusses the actual discovery, description of how life was during his time period, and the many other findings upon testing this four thousand year old corpse. “Otzi therefore lived during the late Neolithic period. Since his time of life was narrowed […]
This paper provides a brief but concise analysis of Christian elements in Beowulf, and seeks to determine whether it was originally Christian in tone, or altered later by a second author. “The religious significance of the epic poem Beowulf has been argued for more than 150 years. Though it would be both unfair and arrogant […]
The paper discusses the need for alternative childcare facilities in higher education institutions.
Comparative summaries of works on Japanese culture, compared to Amer. culture, from anthropological & anecdotal perspectives.
This paper shows how three tribes teach independence to their children.
An ethical exploration of the injustices faced by Muslim women.
History of forensic reproduction, focusing on computer-assisted techniques.
This paper is an overview of the history of the !Kung Santribe of Namibia and Botswana, and the ways in which they have been exploited.
Critical review of work on pro-Christian prejudices of Europeans in denigrating native Peruvian religions in New World.
This paper review Voltaire’s Candide and discusses human nature, utopia and organized religions.
Critical review of study of impact of modern world on Awa people of Papua New Guinea.
A study of the problem of sexually transmitted diseases in developing countries.
This essay examines Bengt Holbek’s model of classifying and interpreting the world’s fairy tales.
An analysis of how Campbell relates the political relationships and political values of the Sarakatsani shepherds to the cycle of their economic life and their kinship relationships.
The paper examines the massive effects the black plague had on society: including social, physical, psychological, religious, economical effects, and even influence in art and literature.
An introduction to the South American Indian tribe, the Yanomamo and and an exploration into their customs, including their system of cross-cultural marriage.