AN3002: Shared Cultural Elements of Global Indigenous Communities

AN3002: Shared Cultural Elements of Global Indigenous Communities: Explain cultural shifts relative to indigenous communities.
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AN3002: Shared Cultural Elements of Global Indigenous Communities

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Item 1
In “Strains in Traditional Family Values,” the authors indicate that modernization has made noticeable impacts on Yoruba family norms in
Nigeria. Describe two cultural shifts that have been occurring within Yoruba families in response to modernization.
(2 paragraphs).
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Item 2
Within “Migration and Family Happiness in Bolivia,” Jones states that Bolivian families relocating from rural to urban areas are torn between
embracing contemporary and traditional ways of life. Explain two ways in which Bolivian family members find themselves torn between these
two worlds. Focus one paragraph of your response on economics and one paragraph on family life.
(2 paragraphs)
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Item 3
In Canyon Song, the Draper Family revives traditional Navajo customs and actively integrates them into daily life. Describe the following three
Navajo traditions that the Drapers are shown practicing in the film:
 Music
 Storytelling
 Foodways
(3 paragraphs)
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AN3002: Shared Cultural Elements of Global Indigenous Communities: Explain cultural shifts relative to indigenous communities.

Item 4
In “Mongolian Kinship, Family, and Marriage,” the U.S. Library of Congress provides readers with a basic overview of gender roles and value
systems amongst traditional Mongolian families. Describe gender roles within traditional Mongolian family structures. (1 paragraph)
Your Response
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Item 5
In “Fijian Culture,” Evason describes fundamental tenets of Fijian community life and culture. Describe one element of basic etiquette that
tourists should observe when visiting a Fijian village. (1 paragraph).
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Item 6

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Describe one verbal communication practice and one nonverbal communication practice that visitors should refrain from using when touring Fiji,
and explain why. (1 paragraph)
Your Response
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Item 7
In “Place Out of Place,” Hubbard describes a Pohnpeian minichiefdom in Kansas City. Summarize two Pohnpeian cultural traditions that the
immigrant Pohnpeian community is actively practicing in Kansas City. (2 paragraphs)
Your Response
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Item 8
In “Acculturation Processes of Hmong in Eastern Wisconsin,” Lee and Green describe how each progressive generation of Hmong immigrant
descendants sets new benchmarks for economic and educational goals. Describe one economic and one educational goal that the Hmong have
set for themselves in Eastern Wisconsin. (2 paragraphs)
Your Response
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Item 9
In “The Maasai People,” the Maasai are actively retaining cultural lifeways in the midst of rapidly expanding land privatization systems. Explain
two cultural practices that the Maasai have retained despite encroachment. (2 paragraphs).
Your Response
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Item 10
The Smithsonian’s “The Caribbean Indigenous Legacies Project” highlights historical cultural traditions, or cultural survivals, of the Taíno
indigenous community that is still in practice today. Describe two Taíno cultural survivals that are highlighted in the article. (1–2 paragraphs)
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AN3002: Shared Cultural Elements of Global Indigenous Communities: Explain cultural shifts relative to indigenous communities.

Item 11
In the film short Ask Us Anything, a diverse group of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders share out about community life in Sydney, Australia.
Explain two cultural experiences that the interviewees all have in common. (1–2 paragraphs)
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References

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example:
Romanoff, D. (2016). Canyon song [Video file]. Retrieved from https://vimeo.com/196363077

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