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    traditions of Ainu and their culture. Ainu was the symbols of ignorant by the government of Japan for many years. The policies and behavior of government made Ainu as invisible status. The major issue in the twenty first century is the protection of rights of indigenous people over the entire world. United Nations also draw attention for the protection, education, clothing, advancement and other sources for the indigenous people. The word Ainu is compared with Kamuy for gods meaning people and human. In the thirteenth century, Ainu settled their traditions and culture in the Northern part of Hokkaido, Northern part of Honshu (the main island of Japan), and the Kuril Islands which are the Chishima for Japanese. The settlements of Ainu were called ainu mosir, which meant, the great peaceful land, and located near the ocean. Their method of earning was fishing and hunting. Their languages were totally different from Japanese which distinguish them from Japanese. The history and origin of Ainu is still unknown because there are no writings found which tell about their exact origin and history. The Ainu showed their documented appearance in the twelfth century in the dynasty of China (Yuan). The record found of people living in Sakhalin. The indigenous people of Northern Sakhalin called The Nivkh, fighting against Ainu…

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    The Ainu People

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    investigate is the Ainu people. The Ainu were the original indigenous group of Japan, specifically northern Japan. However, they are now primarily inhabiting the island of Hokkaido. They have had to fight to maintain their culture as the Japanese government has been attempting to assimilate them.“So Ainu (culture) is on the verge of collapse”(Schorow). According to the textbook colonization is “the more or less organized system of occupation and exploitation of foreign territories through…

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    The Ainu people were not only victims of the Japanese encroachment of their culture but also on their land, which resulted in a huge decrease in the Ainu people. When the Japanese, specifically the Matsumae, established themselves in the south of Hokkaido, the demand of gold and the products from the forest and ocean led to the Japanese encroachment. Due to the encroachment, many Ainu people were very dependent on Japanese rice and sake. In return for the rice and sake, the Ainu people were…

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    Ainu In Japanese Culture

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    The Ainu are the oldest inhabitants of the islands of Japan, Japan is also the only minority, they live in the Hokkaido region of Japan, has a long history and rich culture. The world view of the contents of the Ainu history, the Ainu language culture, the Ainu are described. National language and culture of the Ainu, for us to understand the cultural diversity of modern Japanese society which has an important significance. Japan is the world 's peoples constitute one of the most simple, many…

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    Their population growth was stumped for a while, and there are many reasons for this. Most notably, Japan was part of the East Asian pandemic that was responsible for killing many people every generation. Ancient Japan would see epidemics of smallpox, mumps, and measles that obliterated the population, causing much uncertainty in the country. In addition to this, they would go through a famine every couple of years that would starve a large chunk of the population. Finally, they would go through…

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    When in Japan try to speak Japanese or at least attempt to at first many Japanese people know some English, but do not suspect someone you meet on the street to be fluent in English, so it is a good idea to take a crash course in Japanese before traveling there. Another one of the big differences between Americans and Japanese is in how we communicate. When Americans want something they are very straight forward about it while the Japanese elude to what they want to get across, being straight…

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    differences in religion, and personal appearance issues created prejudices exhibited by the Japanese and the “barbarians”. The Japanese people called Americans the “foreign devils—the barbarians” (4). Fear was created in the Japanese because of their unfamiliarity with the American customs. In the book, the Japanese felt the Americans’ customs made them barbarians. They killed animals for shoes (26). Americans sat on benches rather than the floor (31). They used a fork to eat rather than…

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    didn’t like the Protestant church is back home. When I was in England I heard about a group of people who called themselves the Puritans. They were a group who also believed that the Protestant Church was not complete and was corrupt just like the Catholics. The Puritans wanted to clean up the church and society, and believed that they could make a change within the community by modeling the right way to live life. I decided to join them, but I still didn’t like living in such a corrupt society.…

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    Workplace Diversity Paper

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    gay or transgender can be target consumer specific product that can helps businesses increase their market share. Business will have a competitive advantage to adapt to diversity as Census data suggest by 2050 there will be no racial or ethnic majority in the United States. Diversity is a key aspect of entrepreneurialism in the United States. According to Census Bureau, 22.1% people of color and 28.8% women own U.S. business. The economy will foster if businesses commit to meeting the needs…

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    Good physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual health can contribute to feeling great and having a wonderful outlook on life. People routinely take these aspects of health for granted. For example social health is important, having a group of friends to talk with and support each other makes for a strong foundation. Since moving out here in 2013 and not knowing a lot of people my wife and I have found it increasingly difficult to engage in a healthy social life, plus with having a…

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