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These similarities result of human biology, rather than from the human training or their upbringing. The diverse culture of our species varies in several ways, from religion to eating habits. Also, the author has pointed out it is not the body that makes a man but their mind. How the mind gets nurtured and trained decides what the man becomes and his thought process.
Mirror for Man, by Clyde Kluckhohn, suggests that a person’s cultural upbringing is responsible for their behaviour rather than their genetic makeup. Kluckhohns position that behaviour of people is based on the fact that, ‘they were brought up that way’ is precise; as the culture where a person gets raised is reflected in their attitudes, behaviour and values. Personally, I am in agreement with the author’s views. His passage turned out to be an interesting reading as his thoughts and expression brought my own personal experience of dealing with people from different countries and speakers of different language. Through Clyde Kluckhohns passage, we can interpret and comprehend the real meaning of culture through an anthropologist’s point of
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It also has a purpose of the overall well being of the whole community rather than individuals. However, in the context of ultimate humaneness, it becomes a necessity for the society to be sympathetic to all humans irrespective of the traits they possess, by facilitating cooperation among its members attained through empathy, mutual respect, and honesty.
People experiencing various forms of advertisements would always have a great effect on their individuality; it often leads to a multiple of unintended consequences that not only the individuality of a person will be affected but also the society. According to these scholars, the purpose of advertising is to promote desirable social aims by providing relevant information about the subject being advertised.
Some of the stylistic devices used in the poem are characterization, personification and the use of imagery. Through these devices, a reader understands the mirror and the woman that the author talks about in the poem. One also gets to understand the view of the author, connect, and relate to him effectively.
The new discoveries brought about by the most unlikely occurrences have challenged our understanding of right-handed amino acids and their role in the biological composition of some species, and most importantly, of the human physiology. As the building blocks of protein, left-handed amino acids also known as L-amino acids have always been accepted as the dominant over right-handed amino acids also known as D-amino acids which have easily been dismissed as having little to no role in the process.
The dead man is a western classic that has for years, been a subject of extensive critical and historical contemplation based on the unique palate it provides as well as inherent contradictions and inversions.
In his article in the American Anthropologist, however, Horace Miner manages to depict the tribe's extraordinary body rituals as beyond human comprehension, "poorly understood" (Miner 1956, p.503) and occultic in nature. The tribe itself he describes as "magic-ridden" (Miner 1956, p.507), characterized by a gruesome fascination with certain body parts that are routinely-and sadistically-subjected to torturous practices in the service of beauty and health.
freedom of expression against the right to privacy and/or confidentiality as contained in the Data Protection Act 1998, the Human Rights Act 1998 and the European Convention of Human Rights.
Striking a balance between the right to privacy and freedom of expression was perhaps