Symbolic Anthropology and Car Rapides: Culture through Meaning, Culture on the Go
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From Cultural Oppression to Cultural Enlightenment: Christianity and the Church in the Contempory American Indian Novels "Tracks" and "Last Standing Woman" Walker, Sean (2005)I have to say that my participation in and completion of the American Indian Literature and Law class here at K is what most sparked my interest in writing this SIP. Knowing very little about American Indian history and ...
American Indian Cultural Identity: How American Indian Youth Deals with Cultural Identification Issues through Writing and Successful Pedagogy Corbett, Catherine B. (2004)The Writing Workshop exposed me to the complicated identification issues faced by all American Indian students and how students as well as society at large are dealing with these issues. Even more importantly, I learned ...
Business Anthropology and Corporate Culture: Viewing Corporate Culture at Morse Inc.Through the Eyes of a Business Anthropologist. Plaunt, Kristin (2008)Anthropologically, culture is defined as the shared sets of beliefs and values of a common group of people. Culture can encompass everything from language, to religious beliefs, to the types of food one eats and may ...