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The Diversity of Indigo Anthropology Essay
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Indigo is a color that is a cross between blue and violet. Its property of being a deep color has been associated with a variety of ideas and perceptions such as being closely related to spirituality, as the preferred color of royalty and also of intuition (especially in practices of the occult and sorcery) because of its mysterious color.
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Kente Cloth Anthropology Essay
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Originally, Kente cloth was black and white, but the dyes were developed from different plants, resulting in the evolution of a range of color. The origins of Kente cloth date back to the Ashanti Kingdom in the 17th century. Historically, Kente was considered to be the cloth of royals. An interesting feature is that Kente Cloth is most commonly made by men.
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Childrens Roles as Child Soldiers Anthropology Case Study
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Childhoods happen in the context. Children’s and young people’s lives are often discussed in such abstract terms that take for granted the spaces, places, objects and practices that make up the everyday world of the child. Principally, this treatise will focus on the roles of children as child soldiers in Somalia pinpointing relevant elements in anthropology and psychology disciplines.
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Children Roles as Child Soldiers Anthropology Literature review
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The definition of Child soldiers are those children considered underage, which are still below 18 years of age, and recruited by the government or non-government armed group. Most of them are used as cooks, suicide bombers, messengers, spies, for sexual purposes or even to shield soldiers (secondary roles). 
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Is the Theory of Cultural Evolution Inherently Ethnocentric Anthropology Research Paper
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Modern anthropologists criticize the cultural theory of evolution as ethnocentric since they believe that all cultures have the potential to grow at the same level. It is evident that cultural evolutionary models in their early forms often ignore the possibility of contingency or historical accident. Moreover, cultural evolutionary models are inclined to completely ignore diffusion and cultural contact.
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Music Archaeology in the United States Anthropology Case Study
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Not much contribution is linked to music archeology. Understanding of the United States music archaeological analysis will involve excavating music artifacts and finding out cultural and contexts that explain the advent or rather the origin of music and musical instruments. Contributions to various musical artifacts and instrumentation are useful in the current United States politics and culture.
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Evolution of Eating Project Anthropology Assignment
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The agrarian revolution brought about a variety of plants and animals that can be domesticated. One will, therefore, find that some of those foodstuffs we eat currently, most of them were not there in the earlier days, or if they were, then the kind of preparation has really changed. The early man used to eat anytime the felt the punks of hunger, where there was no specified time to take food. 
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Is Multiculturalism Bad for Women Anthropology Coursework
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Forced marriages, FGM, polygamy and the punishing of women for being raped as well as unequal access to health and education for men and women among others are issues and situations that are permissible in some parts of the globe. The demand for multiculturalism and some rights of particular minority groups have an influence on the continuance.
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Texas Immigration Anthropology Essay
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The paper will proceed by discussing the root causes of German immigration to Texas, the conditions of immigration, the assimilation process and their current life in Texas. It will conclude by presenting in reinforcing points that will be discussed in the body. Immigration, according to Daniels is the movement and permanent settlement of people in a country where they are not natives. 
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The Reasons for the Perpetuation of the Drug Crisis in Latin America Anthropology Essay
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The trafficking of illegal drugs is a signature of Latin American input to our globalized world. Today the Latinos, especially Mexico and Colombia, play the supreme roles in terms of drug production and distribution. While heroin, marijuana, and cocaine have long presumed as primary trafficked drugs, in the recent past the drug trafficking organizations have amplified shipments of methamphetamines.
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Interpreting Different Cultures Anthropology Essay
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The need for different cultures to relate well is imminent in a global world that people live in today. Dumont’s argument has fundamental impacts on how the world is going to be able to live in harmony, even as globalization makes this large planet into a village where cultures from all over the world continue to collide and mesh with each other.
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A Womens Dinner Cultural Event Anthropology Report
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While speeches will not be the sole medium used to present the Turkish culture to the guests at the dinner, they will, nevertheless, be an integral part of the event. The significance of a video clip or a dance may need to be explained in a speech. The success or failure of the dinner will depend on how well the various speakers will have mastered the art of speaking to an audience.
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The Book He She and It Anthropology Book Report/Review
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The book is about Shira (the main character) who losses the custody of Ari (her sons) to Josh (her ex-husband). She then lives to her home Tikva (her home town) from her Yakamura-Stichen (Y-S). On arrival in Tikva, she gets the work of socialization of Yod (cyborg) who has been illegally created by Avram to act as the city protector.
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Anthropology and Homelessness in World Facts Anthropology Term Paper
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Further on causes are poverty and poor government policy like property ownership laws that favor men's housing and inheritance in most developing countries. These results in overcrowding in towns especially slums and the resultant effects of overcrowding regardless of the cause may include an outbreak of diseases due to poor hygiene like typhoid or town loitering and crime.
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Gender, Folklore and Inequality Anthropology Assignment
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In cross-cultural studies of many existing ethnic cultures all over the world, menstruation has been portrayed as a negative act. During their menstrual cycles, women are seen as dangerous, poisonous and as a source of pollution. During the olden days, women who were menstruating were believed to contaminate everything they came into contact with.
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Ethnicity and Race Anthropology Literature review
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The two articles are relevant to the topic “Ethnicity and Race” and thus they should be used in research or studies in other social fields such as sociology and philosophy. As the essay explains the author of the article, “Race and the Construction of Human Identity” focuses on America during the colonization period. 
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Aztecs, Mayans and Incas Anthropology Literature review
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This period started from 250 AD to around 900 AD and is considered to be the golden age of the Maya city-states. This period was characterized by most of the cultural and artistic achievements of the era and the region. From 400 AD, many developments were done including the development of the first dominant city-state.
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Anthropology of Japan Anthropology Essay
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There were crucial geographical factors that resulted in different effects in relation to those who were affected. Mobilization and systematic organization of rescuing and relief staffs, maintenance of transport facilities that function may have led to minimal deaths and although with a high number of people who survived.
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Addictions in the Era of Economical Destabilization Anthropology Coursework
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Terms such as economic depression may not be as weighty until one focuses on the implications that it may have on a nation. As this research literature indicates, a single society of Greece is suffering the massive effects of the ongoing economic crisis; drug addicts. In as much as they are branded as addicts.
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Role of Evolutionary Dimension in the Thought of Morgan, Marx and Durkheim Anthropology Essay
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This paper comprehensively outlines the role of the evolutionary dimension in the thoughts of Morgan, Marx and Durkheim. Lewis Henry Morgan based his theory of human social development on the Darwinian social evolution theory. He theorized that societies progressed from being primitive to modernity in a unilineal model. Their development was observed in three distinct phases.
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Summary of the Fieldwork Anthropology Assignment
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We can still be near to those who are so far away from our own belief system. Many people believe that the world is becoming entirely too polarized. These field experiences illustrate the opposite.  While individuals will likely always want to associate within their own group, it has been shown that they can still respect other people and other cultures, just as they respect their own.
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Social Tension Surrounding Burial Practices and Ebola Transmission in West Africa Anthropology Coursework
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Families in Liberia believe that funerals not conducted in the traditional way lead to poor agricultural production. Specifically, rice production is hampered due to what the families consider a curse by ancestors. One can then understand why villagers in West Africa are so vigilant when it comes to protecting their funeral practices despite the measures by the government.
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Orangutan Observation Anthropology Assignment
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The most exciting thing about these primates and their communication is that their facial expression and gestures are so alike to humans’ that it seems like they are no different from humans. They are passing food to each other and have perfectly harmonious relationships. Also, they are observing each other’s actions and even try to copy each other.
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Ethnicity Confers to Relationship Aspect but Not a Property of a Group Anthropology Coursework
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Communication and globalization have increased the interactions between ethnic groups. The shared characteristics of the many ethnographic examples appear to be the defining tools of the shared identity. The anthropological and psychological aspects of ethnicity confirm ethnicity as a string of relationships between groups and individuals.
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Chinas Food Safety Problems Anthropology Case Study
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Most importantly, this case study outlines the socio-cultural effects of such challenges and responses and gives inference to contemporary China based on the problems. Its goal is to inform the development of an integrated problem-solving agenda in China with maximum exploitation of the existing knowledge on the problem.
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Archaeology and Discoveries Anthropology Essay
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This assignment also describes the relationship between kinship, political organization, and religion in Maya civilization and current Issues in Archaeology. Society is facing various issues currently and people who know where they have come from having the likelihood of overcoming these issues since they will learn from the mistakes and the wise decisions of those in the past. 
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Gender and Sex Distinctions in Anthropology Anthropology Essay
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In modern society, the topic of gender has become very common than ever before and has implications in shaping the present life. The two have been distinguished in meaning and application in various such as anthropology. Anthropologists study human beings in the past as well as the present in order to contribute to practices of enhancing human development.
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Internet Effect on Social Relations and Sociality Anthropology Essay
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The internet has revolutionized the way people interact. This is through reducing the geographical distances and making it possible to communicate with friends and family members from any location. Moreover, it has improved social life by enhancing the level of interaction between people in different locations. 
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The Solution to the Economic and Political Problems of Capitalism Is Socialism Anthropology Coursework
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Socialism comprises a political theory and movement aiming at the establishment of a system that creates a substantial platform where both the weak and the strong matter through social ownership. Socialism’s main quality is social ownership that could act as a reference for entrepreneurial initiatives or even national, mutual and civilian ownerships of equality.
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Migration in Globalization and Modernization Anthropology Term Paper
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The study adopts an article review of the class course materials regarding the anthropology of migration. Migration has been found to be explained by economic disparities across the globe leading to the substantial populations leave their countries to seek better jobs and payments as explained by modernization concept. 
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Ethnographic Study of a Group of People Anthropology Coursework
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The research question that was posed in this study was whether the objectives of the feminist movement had been achieved. Based on the observations and data recorded from the tape-recorded serials, it may be noted that all the four female characters portrayed in this serial are successful professionals, who are earning high salaries.
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Anatomy and Physiology - Process of Digestion of a Meal Anthropology Assignment
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When the food is ingested, both mechanical as well as chemical digestion starts in the first organ of GIT system i.e. mouth. Mechanical digestion is a process in which food is mechanically broken down into small pieces. Chemical digestion is a process of digestion of food with the help of various enzymes which the complex food is converted into simple water soluble and easily absorbable substances. 
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The Neanderthals Anthropology Article
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One key question from these two approaches is: are we descended from one line, excluding the Neanderthals, or are we descended from a joint line, involving Neanderthal and early human heritage combined? The fact that two learned scholars disagree so totally raises a  whole new raft of questions about science, and how we deduce facts from surviving evidence.
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My Civilization of South America Anthropology Essay
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Engulfed by the tides of belief in white supremаcy аnd Western superiority thаt begаn neаr the end of the nineteenth century, Europeаns аnd their New World descendаnts were unwilling to believe thаt the indigenous peoples of the Аmericаs could hаve аchieved the levels of civilizаtion thаt they obviously hаd done.
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Comparing the Two Papers Anthropology Essay
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In the end one has to conclude with Bate (1997, p.1153) who had opined: “Expression is more important than precision”, it really is how you recount your fieldwork, your narrative style-that determines whether people accept one’s research or not or how engaging or persuasive the researcher is. “Proof, truth, validity are as much an issue of style as of content.” Ibid (p. 1154)
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The Life of a Drug Addict in Anthropological Perspective Anthropology Essay
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Merrill Singer is what is known as a medical anthropologist. He acts as the Director of the Center for Community Health Research at the Hispanic Health Council. He has conducted a great deal of
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Analysis of The Tewa World Study by Alfonso Ortiz Anthropology Essay
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It becomes crystal-clear that the volume is the reflection of the author’s dexterity over the research process, deep insight, and dedication. Not only has this that the volume has provided information about the culture within a historic perspective, but it also offers the opportunity of future researched on the Hopi culture and civilization. 
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Analysis of Five Past Midnight in Bhopal Anthropology Book Report/Review
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In fact, government failure and complicity were found at all stages of the process. There had been failures of regulation, with the government being “reticent to place heavy industrial safety and pollution control burdens on the struggling industry because it feared the economic effects of the loss of such a large employer”. 
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Cultural Relativism and Universalism of Human Rights: An Anthropological Approach Anthropology Coursework
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Cultures and societies of the world hold particular views of rights that appear to be compatible with their socioeconomic condition, norms, and customs. A close analysis of the cultures and societies of the Asian countries shows that they have their own traditions to defend and safeguard their members’ rights.
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Homo Erectus and Its Sub-species Anthropology Research Paper
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Since there were no traces of hunting tools and/or the documentation that the Australopithecines of the Australopithecus species were capable of starting a fire, there is a huge possibility that this group of individuals was relying much on fruits and vegetables or other hard plant materials as their main sources of nutrients. 
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Ethnography Analysis of LDS Missionaries Anthropology Essay
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As a final note, I must admit that I had a wonderful time visiting the LDS church.  There is a real camaraderie in this organization that is unlike any other I have been a part of.  The doctrines of this church are contrary to my own personal beliefs, but many other aspects of this group resounded with me on a very personal level. 
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Ethnography: Native Americans or American Indians Anthropology Term Paper
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Sun dances are one of the most famous rituals observed among Sioux people. Self-torturing is another mechanism used by Sioux people for self-purification. Sioux community functions in groups and each group may have a leader to look after the group needs. Women were considered second class citizens in the Sioux community.
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The Tlingit: Alaskan Salmon Fishers Anthropology Term Paper
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The Tlingit clothing was made from locally available materials and adaptive to their environment. These people wore skirts and loincloths made from cedar bark among those living near warmer coasts and from deerskin among those in inland Alaska. While men had loose flowing hair, women pinned their hair.
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Analysis of Nessah Synagogue Community Anthropology Term Paper
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Numerous families send their youngsters to Jewish schools, with the goal that they can find out about the traditional Jewish way of life, yet numerous families do not profit, and others are not able to send their children to Jewish schools. As a result, some youths are not able to find out about their way of life.
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Cherokee Tribe, Southeast Native Americans Anthropology Coursework
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Chickasaw is a Muskogean language of the American Southeast. It is very closely related to Choctaw and many linguists consider the two dialects of a single language. There are around 1000 speakers of Chickasaw today and another 10,000 speakers of Choctaw. Like other Muskogean languages, Chickasaw is a language with morphologically complex verbs and SOV word order.
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As an ecologically concerned engineer or anthropologist, critically assess the current Japanese nuclear disaster using academically valid sources.egThe effect of radiation on the economy(costofresources),ecology(eg.fish populations) and society(eg. fear) Anthropology Essay
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The effect of the earthquake off the coast of Japan caused a tsunami that destroyed the back-up power generation facilities that had been maintaining the plant after the initial earthquake. The Fukushima Daiichi facility was apparently unable to withstand the dual
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Why is the People Progressive Party still standing today Why were the PPP/C and PNC the two main Political parties Was these two parties because of racial differences Anthropology Research Paper
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There is logic why PPP and PNC thrive into the present time. The three main reasons why these partisan parties are still standing are because of their
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Anthropology: Reconstructing Lost Civilizations Anthropology Assignment
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The scientific method includes some important features that would lead to understanding some basic aspects of scientific practice. These features are: formulating testable predictions, posing accessible problems, requires clear critical thinking, circular path of scientific investigation and important practical aspects of scientific investigation.
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Natural History of Homo Erectus Anthropology Case Study
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There are still very many questions to be answered despite the fact that Kaifu et al published a report as long ago as 1972 claiming new evidence for continuous evolution. Current knowledge remains incomplete about the evolution of hominids in the period from the early to middle Pleistocene periods.
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The Theories of Charles Darwin, the Concept of Eugenics Anthropology Term Paper
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In general, the concept of evolution as a scientific possibility is one that is supported within biological considerations as seen through the works of Charles Darwin.  This specific concept has led to several who have questioned the limitations and possibilities of evolution through ideals such as eugenics.
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