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The Zulu Culture
Her joyous times in life are usually just before puberty. During this stage, she gets to attend dances and interact with both married and youthful men. Here, she has the freedom to do anything, as the culture does not value virginity highly. The events grant the young girls to experiment before they finally marry. 
Pages: 8 (2000 words), Research Paper
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Situation of Hispanic Population in the United States
Li, Chick & Zinn, Absher, Graefe looks into the cultural homogeneity amongst ethnic groups. A total sample of 1174 was taken for the empirical research three ethnic groups Anglo, Hispanics and Asians were considered. The cultural consensus study showed that no ethnic group demonstrates homogeneity of culture.
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Research Paper
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The Discussion About Journeys
Frost’s poem takes the form of rhyming quintains of iambic tetrameter. That is, it contains stanzas, four to be exact, of five lines each, consisting of four metrical feet (Hargreaves), with the ABAAB rhyming scheme. The metrical length of the poem is relatively shorter than most poems while the number of lines per stanza is longer. Even this form of Frost’s poem is already an indication of what the poem wants to convey, which is nonconformity.
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Research Paper
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The medieval era and The Renaissance Era
The art groomed and flourished as the artists paid more attention to the perspective. The paintings, sculptures and drawing were realistic and a sense of emotion was expressed in the art. Human body was given immense importance. The beauty of human physique was appreciated through arts. The artists of the Renaissance movement played with colors. They applied the techniques of light, color and space used by the ancient Roman and the Greek. Their focus was more worldly and secular. The artists
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The Adventist Church National City Concert Report
The first piece of clothing was the shirt or Camicia. This was won as an undergarment. The men belonging to the upper social class would wear camicia made of soft linens or silk while those in the lower class wore camicia made up of heavy and coarse linen. A gusset would be inserted under the camicia to make the garment stronger and comfortable.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Research Paper
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Adopting Native American Names - Whats in a Name
Names and mascots of sports teams have been heavily criticized by Native Americans. Only Native Americans confront this issue, and the uniqueness of the problem demands thorough discussions. No sports team has its symbols, mascots, and names used to disgrace or insult another distinguishable ethnic, racial, or religious group. 
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Motorsports and American Culture
It has the formula racing in which the cars take the form of a single seater with wheels not covered. They usually have aerofoil wings to the front and rear producing a downforce thus enhancing adhesion. The formula sport is designed in a manner that it follows an international, regional, country or domestic pattern. 
Pages: 9 (2250 words), Research Paper
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