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    world is religion, creating both harmony and turmoil in the world. There are several religions circulating the globe, each providing comfort and understanding with the phenomena of life and creation. Some of the most widely recognized religions are Christianity, Judaism, and Buddhism; however religions such as Confucianism and African traditional religion are often overlooked. Each religion has its own belief in creation, values, and purposes. Confucianism and African Traditional Religion are similar with the practice of death rituals, life after death concepts, moral teachings, and misconduct and consequences. A comparison of the two religions, not only provides insight to how other religions relate, but insight to why religions have similarities. Death is never an easy…

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    of expression, including press and media. Donald Woods was able to reveal the truth through his book “Biko”, and he became famous. Even after he became famous, he continued on his work and passed away in 2011. (Donald James Wood journalist and Anti apartheid activists is born. ) South African music is created itself with the mix of other countries’ features. In the Dutch colonial era, which was from the 17th century, South Africa’s music was affected with Western musical instruments and ideas.…

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    different beliefs, views, attitudes towards medical practice. According to Cuellar et al., (2003) “The use of CAM was recorded as far back as 4,000 years ago, including work from Aristotle, who is believed to have been one of the first physicians to speak on the benefits of CAM” (p.2). Plant and plant products has been used commonly as a folk traditional medicines. Herbs and herbal pharmacopoeias has been used from ancient cultures. The pharmacological scientific medicine was converted from many…

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    Including Indigenous content in the subject of science can seem like a complicated task for teachers and there is sometimes the question of how to avoid tokenism in the teachings because as teachers we do not want to include Indigenous content in a way that is lacking in awareness of actual Indigenous knowledges in science. A good start to not making Indigenous knowledges not seem like tokenism when teaching it is to look at the two sciences and to not to treat them like they are binaries.…

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    DreamWorks and Pixar have been long time rivals in the movie industry. Many people argue over which of these animation studios is the better of the two. Pixar is the better animation studio because they are known for many box office hits like Up, Toy Story, and Monsters Inc. Although hits are all DreamWorks produces, they have only won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature for Shrek and Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit. Pixar has won "…Best Animated Feature Oscar seven of the past 12…

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    In 1937, Walt Disney Pictures produced its first princess film. Almost seventy-nine years later, a total of twelve Disney princess movies have been completed, with each one bringing a captivating narrative to life. These classic tales feature a female protagonist that aspires to discover herself. Along the way trials are uncovered and, by the conclusion of the story, it makes the princess a better person overall. Villains normally create these obstacles and are an essential part of these movies;…

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    accurate and authentic content; allowing full exposure to Japanese culture. Fan-subbing is one of the most influential amateur subtitling developments of the modern era. Many of these anime fan-subbers receive little to no compensation for their translations except for the personal satisfaction of receiving and distributing authentic translations of Japanese content to American viewers (Wurm). Fan-subbed media allows anime fans get an accurate translation provided that said person translating…

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    sick a lot as a child and spent a lot of time in hospitals, so her family really depending on Western forms of medicine. Her dad is also a doctor, so he spends a lot of time surrounded by Western medicine. The most common parts of Western medicine are medications and testing that helped her get better when she was in the hospital. Interviewee B: His family prefers Western medicine because his mom and dad are both nurses. His mom still use some traditional healing techniques, but the majority is…

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