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South-American Native Tribes
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A 10 page research paper discussing the history, culture, anthropology, and social evolution of three groups of Native Indians : The Yanomamo (regarded as one of the most violent societies on Earth !), the Zapotecs (known for architecture & urban development), and the Yucatecs (relevant to Mayans) Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Zapotec.rtf

“Eroding Military Influence In Brazil Politicians Against Soldiers”: A Discussion of the Book by Wendy Hunter
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An 8 page overview of the “rational choice theory” proposed by this author in an attempt to explain the effect of Brazil’s democracy on the gradual erosion of military emphasis in favor of programs perceived by the masses to be in their best interests. Suggests that politicians make a rational decision to pursue the votes of the masses over the few which could be gleaned by maintaining a more militarily favorable approach. No additional sources are listed.
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“Illiberal” Democracy -- Authoritarianism in Disguise
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This 10 page report discusses the idea of “illiberal” democracy and how in nations throughout the world, democratic elections are held and then pointed to as examples of the democratization of the country. Such systems are those which claim to be democracies but are actually a hybrid in which political liberties exist but civil liberties are limited. The rule of the people is determined by what those ruling the people want them to want. Peru serves as an excellent example of that process and is discussed in the paper. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: BWildemo.rtf

“Magical Death” -- An Ethnographic Film about the Yanomami of South America
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This 5 page report discusses the film “Magical Death,” produced by anthropologist Napoleon Chagnon and ethnographic filmmaker Timothy Asch. Magical Death, made in 1973, portrays Yanomami shamans causing a trance through taking psycho-active drug “ebene.” They do this in order to be able to contact their spirit helpers or “hekura” for assistance and guidance in times of sickness or adversity. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BWmdeath.rtf

“Our Guerrillas, Our Sidewalks” by Herbert Braun
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A 3 page summary of “Our Guerrillas, Our Sidewalks” by Herbert Braun. No additional sources cited.
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“The Falklands Conflict”
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A paper which looks at the international ramifications of the Falklands war, in terms of the way in which it affected both Britain and Argentina and their respective status within the global community.
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“The Mission” Starring Jeremy Irons, Robert DeNiro and Cultural Imperialism
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This 12 page report discusses the invasion of the European world to the “new” world that often took place under the guise of promoting Christianity and saving native people. “The Mission” captures the hopelessness and ultimate destruction that took place because of such domination. As the movie unfolds in truly remarkable cinemagraphic beauty (it won the Oscar for cinematography), it becomes clear that it is not the Indians who are in need of salvation. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: BWmishun.wps

Allende, Feitlowitz, and Costa-Gavras -- Visions of Fear, Loss, and Mysticism in South America
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This 6 page report discusses the vision created of the nations of South America by best-selling novelist Isabel Allende in Of Love and Shadows, investigative writer Marguerite Feitlowitz in Lexicon of Terror, and movie director/writer Costa-Gavras in the 1982 movie Missing establishes the vision of a world of frightening, yet often lyrical, contrasts. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Amalia and Facundo: Romanticism and Realism
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An 8-oage paper comparing and contrasting Facundo by D.F. Sarmiento and Amalia by Jose Marmol. Describes the books' romanticism and realism. Lists 2 sources.
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