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Anthropology: Is Culture a Verb or Noun? Dive into the Definition of Culture

What is Culture? Materializing the anchor to which culture’s definition can be attached to is a tricky process for the simple reason that culture seems too exhaustive of a topic to satisfyingly sink our teeth into. Most people would say … Continue reading Anthropology: Is Culture a Verb or Noun? Dive into the Definition of Culture

Incarcerated men working in fields.

Anthropology: The History of Mass Incarceration in the United States and Its Connection to Racism

Modern imprisonment was created in London, England on the ideas of a philosopher named Jeremy Bentham. Before his ideas, prison was just a place to hold a prisoner until their actual punishment could be carried out. Punishment for crimes before … Continue reading Anthropology: The History of Mass Incarceration in the United States and Its Connection to Racism

Psychological Anthropology: Exploring Behavior Through Sociocultural Thought Processes

Anthropology incurs several subfields due to its versatility in its discussions and topics. The topic’s subfields may include linguistic, archeological, biological, and cultural sectors. Therefore, the subject has shown substantial potential when it comes to connecting with other subjects. One … Continue reading Psychological Anthropology: Exploring Behavior Through Sociocultural Thought Processes

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Linguistic Anthropology: Examining Language-Based Racism in American Sports

Sports, and sports watching, are integral parts of American society and are deeply ingrained in American culture. Sports are important ways for people to bond and form strong communal connections with each other, regardless of background. Because of this, athletes … Continue reading Linguistic Anthropology: Examining Language-Based Racism in American Sports

Anthropology: An Introduction to the Concept of Racism through History

Devastating, catastrophic, life-threatening, disastrous, dreadful – and simply not right in any shape or form. Those are only a few words to describe the concept and consequences of racism. And against the view of many people, the extent is way … Continue reading Anthropology: An Introduction to the Concept of Racism through History

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‘The Girl from Ipanema’: What has Changed in Rio de Janeiro Nowadays?

RIO DE JANEIRO (IPANEMA) — Brazilian elegance steps out into 1960s Rio de Janeiro, chauffeured in a classic Porsche. The pastel pastiche attracts all kinds of people as a guitar picks the city’s hymn: ‘The Girl from Ipanema.’ There is … Continue reading ‘The Girl from Ipanema’: What has Changed in Rio de Janeiro Nowadays?

The former path I would take to reach my younger brothers school where I encountered that toxic family.

Memoir: Perfect Target for Experiencing Racial Prejudice and Ignorance in El Cajon

For my dear friend Romain, who showed me the importance of understanding and will. This spotlight is yours. Based on Actual Events Whenever I reflect on my old life as a college student in El Cajon, California. I am temporarily … Continue reading Memoir: Perfect Target for Experiencing Racial Prejudice and Ignorance in El Cajon