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    A band society is the humblest form of human society. A band generally contains of a small family group, no larger than a lengthy family. Bands have very relaxed leadership; the older members of the band usually are looked to for leadership and opinions about what could or should be done about a situation, but there are no laws and none of the force seen in more difficult civilization. Bands ' taxes are almost always spread in words. Formal social government are few or non-existent. Religion is generally based on family tradition, individual experience, or counsel from a shaman. Band societies usually hunt and gather to get their food. Considerable debate happens over how best to show tribes. Viewed in the past or developmentally, a tribe…

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    In this paper, I will be answering question number one which in short asks what the four types of civilization are and where did the people of Catalhoyuk fall. In the Ice Age, we find that the hunter-gathers were more of a simplistic type of people. They made desicions as a whole. Such decisions included where they would go, how long they would stay, what to do if somebody were to break group rules, etc. The group was able to make such decisions as a group because of the limited number of people…

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    Tribal Communities

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    Tribal communities, in the Amazon Basin, are rooted in tradition. These traditions may seem very foreign to Western cultures, but these tribal societies are now changing rapidly to defend the place they call home through use of technology and languages familiar to our culture. The advancement attempts made the the communities may not be enough; specific communities have been forced to take aggressive measures. The Amazon Basin and its forests are said to be in danger from ventures such as…

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    Hawaii Chiefdom

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    In this Anthropology class, most if not all of the societies that we look at and investigate have some form of evidence that shows the emergence of social complexity and complex structure like states or civilizations. The article of Norman Yoffee states, “All human societies develop along a universal "evolutionary" trajectory from small and egalitarian to large and socially complex”. I believe that this statement is inaccurate, all societies that have come to existence have not all developed on…

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    Red Band Society was a show that premiered on Fox in 2014. While this show was only on TV for one season, it had a great impact on me. This show was about a group of kids living in a hospital going through life one day at a time. It was chockfull of drama and comedy but also motivational quotes, most of which I live by today. This show has influenced me because it has shown me that you should never have apprehension about the past or the future, but that you should have apprehension about what…

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    These musicians do not care about the conventional life of having a job and family, but instead focus on expressing their views in artistic ways through their music. In some cases, music was the only motivation of living for some musicians, especially in areas of unemployment and distress, where young people had very limited opportunities. This was the reason why a stereotype developed, considering musicians depressed and low-life individuals who were not contributing to society. Not bound by…

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    different races and cultures. This is because of emotions. According to Roger Cross (2013), everyone has something called emotional intelligence (p. 22). Emotional intelligence pertains to how people feel to certain pieces of music. This is beginning to be necessary to promote sustainable values and behaviors among all cultures. Music education is supposed to focus on the multicultural issues in music due to the diversity in the music that is obtained by the director and handed to the…

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    1965-1970 Research Paper

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    2. Using two examples of different female performers, describe how changes in the role of women in American society were reflected in popular music between 1965 and 1970. The 1960’s were a time for people to express themselves and break out of social norms in their everyday life. But this also was a time for women to break norms and change their role in both society and music during 1965-1970. One woman who was breaking many norms in the musical world at the time was Janis Joplin. The…

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    The Inkwell Analysis

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    The clean-cut, dapper Neuromantic boys made their way back to the state of Pennsylvania, headlining their Punishment Tour. Joining them were two bands from New York, Candy Brain and Justin Symbol, along with Requiem from California. While the venue was a bit compact, it mad no different to the crowd or the band. Candy Brain, with the front stage lined with giant lollipops, started off the show. Bunny Abbit (vocals), Anton Silv (guitar), Rachel Zyats (keys) and Chelsee Chaos (bass) are the four…

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    Interview The Sweethearts

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    On March 26th, I attended a concert at Sidewinder in Austin, Texas. The venue hosted three bands: The Sweethearts, Two Tens, and The Dollyrots. All three were female-fronted punk rock bands, but The Sweethearts were the only band that was local. The other two were on tour with each other. All three of the bands knew each other and have played together at other venues frequently. This event held indoors. Sidewinder’s interior is set up as an open bar. When you walk in the bar is to the right,…

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