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anthrolopogy
Have Globalization and Internet Technology, two phenomena of our time, affected our aesthetics values? Please provide examples

Project Mangament
I have the answer. Thank you

Project Mangament
It would seem that if you shorten the critical path, you need to spend MORE money (overtime, extra labor, express shipping, etc.), not less. So how could it save money and shorten the duration of a project?

Anthropology
what differences between the United States and a Pastoralist society? My answer Both of these societies had a more complex social organization and have increased specialization. Due to material surplus, labor distribution was unequal and so was social inequality. Some pastoral...

Anthropology
Marriage patterns vary by culture themselves. In some cultures, such as in Saudi Arabia, the practice of plural marriage is accepted and promoted. This particular practice, known as polygyny, refers to a man taking more than one wife. In the United States, marriage patterns ...

Anthropology
Hopi,Bilateral kinship. (Bilateral kinship: is a system of family lineage in which the relatives on the mother's side and father's side are equally important for emotional ties or for transfer of property or wealth. It is a family arrangement where descent and ...

Anthropology
Hopi,Bilateral kinship. (Bilateral kinship: is a system of family lineage in which the relatives on the mother's side and father's side are equally important for emotional ties or for transfer of property or wealth. It is a family arrangement where descent and ...

Anthropology
It was the Hopi, bilateral kinship system.When these regions were first discovered it appears that the inhabitants lived in comfortable houses and cultivated the soil, as they have continued to do up to the present time. Indeed, they are now considered the best horticulturists...

Anthropology
Okay I came up with Navajo

Anthropology
The kinship system most commonly found in the United States; is the Eskimo system it is associated with bilateral descent. Usually a mother, father, and their children live together Is this the right answer?

Anthropology
Where, if any, would you find a working kinship system within the United State

Anthropology
why the kinship system work? Answer Because it help out the people

Anthropology
Thank you Ms. Sue

Anthropology
What are the cultural constructs found in the U.S., and how are they used to define gender in society? Compare gender constructs in Pastoralist societies. What differences do you find between the United States and a Pastoralist society?

Anthropology
In every culture, cultural constructs will be found. What are the cultural constructs found in the U.S., and how are they used to define gender in society? Compare gender constructs in Pastoralist societies. What differences do you find between the United States and a ...

anthropology
relatives/family

anthropology
"the study of kinship is the study of what man does with these basic facts of life-mating, gestation, parenthood, socialization, siblingship etc."

anthropology
Why do kinship systems work? Where, if any, would you find a working kinship system within the United States? Give examples for both questions. This is my answer, am I right? Most of us are in a kinship system with spouses, children, parents, grandparents, siblings, uncles and...

anthropology
Its only one question, Why do kinship system work? you given me all these websites for what? There isn't kinship in the U.S. that what example.I was giving you my answer.What is your answer.Now I really confuse. Can you please assist me

anthropology
3. Why do kinship systems work? Where, if any, would you find a working kinship system within the United States? Give examples for both questions. most of us are in a kinship system with spouses, children, parents, grandparents, siblings, uncles and aunts. No I cannot find a ...

anthroology
Describe the distinct differences between lineages, clans, moieties, and phratries are all types of decent groups. Lineage is a descent group that can demonstrate their common descent from a known apical ancestor. depending on whether they through mother respectively Clan is a...

anthropology
Is this right answers for1.Describe the distinct differences between lineages, clans, moieties, and phratries. Unilineal descent systems usually organize people into more structured groupings than are formed by bilateral descent rules. Four kinds of unilineal descent groupings...

anthropology
Explain the different lineages, clans, moieties, and phratries

anthropology
Why do you think nearly everyone abhors these two practices?

Anthropology
2.Within all societies of the world there are dynamics, known as taboos, that vary by the cultural elements themselves. Anthropologists do find traits and taboos that are similar to other existing cultures but never utilized or practiced exactly with the same manner. However, ...

Anthropology
In every culture, cultural constructs will be found. What are the cultural constructs found in the U.S., and how are they used to define gender in society? Compare gender constructs in Pastoralist societies. What differences do you find between the United States and a ...

anthropology
In every culture, cultural constructs will be found. What are the cultural constructs found in the U.S., and how are they used to define gender in society? Compare gender constructs in Pastoralist societies. What differences do you find between the United States and a ...

anthropology
What are the cultural constructs found in the U.S., and how are they used to define gender in society?

anthropology
3.Marriage patterns vary by culture themselves. In some cultures, such as in Saudi Arabia, the practice of plural marriage is accepted and promoted. This particular practice, known as polygyny, refers to a man taking more than one wife. In the United States, marriage patterns ...

anthropology
2.As an anthropologist you are interested in the dynamics of a Matrilineal society. What characteristics would you identify as unique within this kinship system from your own? 3.Why do kinship systems work? Where, if any, would you find a working kinship system within the ...

anthropology
Writeacher, I read the relate question. it not helping me.What are the differences between lineages, clans, moieties, and phratries are all types of decent groups.

anthropology
What are the differences between lineages, clans, moieties, and phratries are all types of decent groups.

anthropology
Ms. Sue I am sorry about the team it was a simple mistake. I am doing a team project.As humans, we learn our culture as well as how to be who we are by way of Enculturation (study term). how will the members of your created culture learn their culture; what is the process of ...

anthropology
Ms.Sue, I don't have a team this is a 8 week Course Project, I need some assisting please just on this part, Thank you

anthropology
Gender Socialization As humans, we learn our culture as well as how to be who we are by way of Enculturation (study term). In your team’s view, how will the members of your created culture learn their culture; what is the process of enculturation practiced? Do they ...

project management
Given then that we each have our own risk tendencies (some people love taking risks, while others avoid it like the plague), how can we determine a risk profile for our project, since each of our organizations has its own tendency to deal with risk?

anthropology
I don't understand this Learning Culture, the book is confuse it a course project. I am trying to do it on Gender Socialization. As humans, we learn our culture as well as how to be who we are by way of Enculturation (study term). In your team’s view, how will the ...

anthrpology
If polygamy is successful in cultures, say in the Middle East as an example, then why isn’t it successful in the United States?

anthropology
If marriage is a universal concept, why is it practiced so diversely?

anthropology
Describe the distinct differences between lineages, clans, moieties, and phratries are all types of decent groups. Lineage is a descent group that can demonstrate their common descent from a known apical ancestor. Clan is a descent group that claims common descent from an ...

project management
Assume you have just been assigned to a project risk team composed of five members. Your task, as project manager, is to develop a process for handling risks to the project. Because this is the first time your organization has formally set up a risk team for a project, it is ...

project management
What are the things you would recommend for the team to manage project risks?

anthropolopy
the book is misleading Describe the distinct differences between lineages, clans, moieties, and phratries are all types of decent groups.

Anthropology
Ms. Grace I cannot found it

Anthropology
Marriage patterns vary by culture themselves. In some cultures, such as in Saudi Arabia, the practice of plural marriage is accepted and promoted. This particular practice, known as polygyny, refers to a man taking more than one wife. In the United States, marriage patterns ...

anthropology
Lineage is a descent group that can demonstrate their common descent from a known apical ancestor. Clan is a descent group that claims common descent from an apical ancestor (but often cannot demonstrate it, or "stipulated descent"). Moieties is a descent group that ...

anthropology
Describe the distinct differences between lineages, clans, moieties, and phratries are all types of decent groups.

anthropology
Ms.Sue Is it because it different cultures

anthropology
Marriage patterns vary by culture themselves. In some cultures, such as in Saudi Arabia, the practice of plural marriage is accepted and promoted. This particular practice, known as polygyny, refers to a man taking more than one wife. In the United States, marriage patterns ...

anthropology
In every culture, cultural constructs will be found. What are the cultural constructs found in the U.S., and how are they used to define gender in society? Compare gender constructs in Pastoralist societies. What differences do you find between the United States and a ...

anthropology
The book/internet got me confuse on this.1.In every culture, cultural constructs will be found. What are the cultural constructs found in the U.S., and how are they used to define gender in society? Compare gender constructs in Pastoralist societies. What differences do you ...

anthropology
Why do kinship systems work? Where, if any, would you find a working kinship system within the United States? Give examples for both question

anthropology
I am not understanding, it is confusing When individuals get married, alliances are formed between the two families. In some cultures there will also be a formal economic exchange. Three forms discussed in this chapter are bridewealth, bride service and dowry. Discuss each ...

anthropology
When individuals get married, alliances are formed between the two families. In some cultures there will also be a formal economic exchange. Three forms discussed in this chapter are bridewealth, bride service and dowry. Discuss each economic form with its positive and ...

anthropology
I look there and I can not found this answer. I been reading.As an anthropologist you are interested in the dynamics of a Matrilineal society. What characteristics would you identify as unique within this kinship system from your own

anthropology
Why do kinship systems work? Where, if any, would you find a working kinship system within the United States? Give examples for both questions.

anthropology
With Matrilneal society of the globe there are dynamic,know as the taboos. it is diverge by the cultural element themselves. is this the right answer?

anthropology
As an anthropologist you are interested in the dynamics of a Matrilineal society. What characteristics would you identify as unique within this kinship system from your own?

anthropology
What was the compare and the contrast of Zuni’s, American Southwest, a horticultural group.

anthropology
Zuni’s, American Southwest, a horticultural group.

antrholplogy
2.Subsistence patterns define a societies division in labor. Look at these two groups, JuŒhoansi (Dobe), Kalahari Desert, a foraging group & Zunifs, American Southwest, a horticultural group. Compare and contrast the two groups regarding their subsistence ...

antrholplogy
Look at these two groups, JuŒhoansi (Dobe), Kalahari Desert, a foraging group & Zunifs, American Southwest, a horticultural group. Compare and contrast the two groups regarding their subsistence patterns and divisions of labor

anthropology
My book is confusing me. Can you please answer the question for me Ms. Sue please

anthropology
I NEED HELP PLEASE!!!!!I CAN'T FOUND THE ANSWER Subsistence patterns define a societies division in labor. Look at these two groups, JuŒhoansi (Dobe), Kalahari Desert, a foraging group & Zunifs, American Southwest, a horticultural group. Compare and ...

anthropology
Look at these two groups, JuŒhoansi (Dobe), Kalahari Desert, a foraging group & Zunifs, American Southwest, a horticultural group. Compare and contrast the two groups regarding their subsistence patterns and divisions of labor

anthropology
Look at these two groups, JuŒhoansi (Dobe), Kalahari Desert, a foraging group & Zunifs, American Southwest, a horticultural group. Compare and contrast the two groups regarding their subsistence patterns and divisions of labor

anthropology
I am sorry, I put my sister name down. I was distracted. I can't found this answer to this question Pastoralism, Horticulturalist, Agriculturalist. one of the three food producing groups to explain if they are a more costly subsistence pattern in time, effort & calories as...

anthropology
Pastoralism, Horticulturalist, Agriculturalist. This is what I am really asking?1.Describe the successfully essential differences in foraging groups & food producing groups. Then look at one of the three food producing groups to explain if they are a more costly subsistence ...

anthropology
one of the three food producing groups to explain if they are a more costly subsistence pattern in time, effort & calories as compared to the foraging groups.

anthropology
The Potlatch: An Example of Negative Reciprocity. Why is this considered to be an unusual example of negative reciprocity?

anthropology
Compare foraging group & food producing

maths
Drawing a picture would help.

math
1 7/12

Math
Yes that is correct

Math proportions
Im assuming your question was how long is the wait time for 240 people? The answer is 32 minutes. 240/150= 1.6. 20x1.6=32

Algebra
15 men -> 1 apartment/4 days => 5 men -> 1 apartment/12 days => 25 men -> 5 apartments/12 days So, if 25 men produce the foundations for 5 apartments in 12 days, then they will produce a foundation for ONE apartment in 12 days/5 = 2.4 days

data excel
Mark Jacobs, owner of Jacob's Mini-Mart currently operates two stores in Atlanta. His business has been very successful, and he is now opening two new stores. He will no longer be able to manage all stores himself, so he is hiring managers for three of the four stores. He ...

math
Marc wants you to design a worksheet for his managers to complete showing the sales by product category by month at each store. He wants to be sure the managers don't change the formulas in the worksheet. Describes the characteristics of the worksheet. PART 2 Describe the...

math
Mark Jacobs, owner of Jacob's Mini-Mart currently operates two stores in Atlanta. His business has been very successful, and he is now opening two new stores. He will no longer be able to manage all stores himself, so he is hiring managers for three of the four stores. He ...

math
You have been tasked with analyzing an extremely large amount of data and to ultimately produce a report to share with the Board of Directors. The data is currently in a text file and has over two thousand records of data. Explain how you would use Excel to analyze this data ...

excel
You have been tasked with analyzing an extremely large amount of data and to ultimately produce a report to share with the Board of Directors. The data is currently in a text file and has over two thousand records of data. Explain how you would use Excel to analyze this data ...

math
hint please

math
the movie theater had 52 more occupied seats than empty seats. there are a total of 320 seats in the theater. How many seats were occupied?

Poetry 1
Which one of the poems you've read uses the words floats, fluttering, and dancing?

Calculus
The answer is in your heart.

Social Studies
lativa

English
D.......indirect characterization

Math
Suck my meat

Physics
At one instant a bicyclist is 40 m due east of a park's flagpole, going due south with a speed of 18 m/s. Then, 23 s later, the cyclist is 55 m due north of the flagpole, going due east with a speed of 12 m/s. For the cyclist in this 23 s interval, find each of the ...

Physics
As two trains move along a track, their conductors suddenly notice that they are headed toward each other. The figure below gives their velocities v as functions of time t as the conductors slow the trains. The slowing processes begin when the trains are 265 m apart. What is ...

science
how do you calculate the missing variable in work and power;example:you must exert a force of 4.5N on a book to slide it across a table .if you do 2.7J of work in the process,how far haveyou moved the book

mathematics
Of the bundles delivered daily to the store, 1/3 consists of the morning edition of The Daily Sun. Another 2 bundles are made up of the afternoon edition of the same paper. Of the remaining bundles, 1/2 is regional, one is a local newspaper, and one is from another state. How ...

math
A concrete sidewalk 3 feet wide, 18 feet long, and 4 inches thick contains how many cubic feet of concrete?

science help
a b

Anthropology!!!
If marriage is a universal concept, why is it practiced so diversely?

algebra 1
15,330 dates

finance
8.77

Math
I DON'T KNOW …🤐🤐🤐😏😏😜😜😎😎💯💯

physics
What total capacitances can you make by connecting a 4.98 µF and 8.98 µF capacitor together? series ? parallel?

ENGLISH
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