Reading the article without knowing it is about Americans will put a person in the point of view of an outsider from a different culture.
The essay will consist of two sections: an article summary and a reaction discussion. This leads to cultural leveling where cultures become similar to one another.
We think the tribe, Nacirema, thinks that the human body is ugly and its natural leaning to weakness and disease is an awful thing, and that their only hope to avoid these characteristic of the human body, is to keep up with their daily rituals.
Culture lag is: A. His analysis portrays himself and the reader as superior, civilized beings studying this tribe, which in turn produces a length and also differentiation ultimately causing comparison. Without this perspective, it is easy to read Henslin's paper and have it feel, as I stated above, unfamiliar.We naturally look at additional cultures or even societies through the lens of our own personal but when we are capable of realizing our really own culture — our social context — your drinking water in which we swim, we can develop our relationships and interactions along with those using their own company waters. Cultural Universals A. The statement "Attempts to create bilingualism in the U. Throughout the article, Miner, strived to prove how ethnocentric we, Americans, are through sociological imagination. Brazil C. Mores are: A. In which ways did the cultural shock force them to reevaluate or change their own ways of thinking? While attending a prestigious lecture at a New York City museum, Bob noisily belches several times and grossly picks his nose. Miner was a graduate of the University of Chicago, with a degree in anthropology. Diffusion is: A.
He wanted us to think outside of the box. Although for most of human history, cultures have had little contact with one another, there has always been some contact with other groups, resulting in groups learning from one another.
Edward Wilson has argued that religion, competition and cooperation, slavery and genocide, war and peace, and envy and altruism can all be explained in terms of genetic programming.
Whether it is a dramatic difference, or barely noticeable, each person does everything different from the next person. Unlike other species, humans are capable of reasoning and abstract thought; they can consider alternatives, reflect on outcomes, and make choices.
Horace Miner is mainly known for his studies in mankind, and as an anthropologist he must take into consideration, without preconceived opinions the variety of unique cultures within the human race.