Analyzes three of the main arguments regarding the impact of globalization on local cultures.
A cross-cultural comparison of Angolan and North American culture.
Discusses the importance of the marketplace and the division of labor to the creation of modern culture.
This paper examines the Bergdama and Vedda hunter-gatherer societies: the cultures, economies and importance of anthropological research into primitive peoples.
The Egyptian Society declined rapidly from the end of the Eighteenth Dynasty. The relationship between this decline and economic conditions, the position of weakened pharaohs and warfare is examined.
This paper discusses the Iroquis, a branch of North American Indians who belonged to the Hokan-Siouan linguistic family: Prominent role of women, religion, economics, food and mistreatment by whites and the government.
Discussion of the cultural aspects of giving gifts and reciprocating in American, Japanese, and Korean society.
This paper discusses the ancient Mexican-Aztec God, Quetzalcoatl: Origins, myths and description.
This paper explores the earlier times of the Bedouin Nomads by comparing the Rwala and Mutair tribes.
An analysis of the article by Chavez, McMullin, Mishra and Hubbell (2001) that argues that cultural beliefs affect our health behavior.