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Yurok (20th century) vs. SE Nations (19th century)

1. Contrast and compare the Yurok and Southeast Nations according to: (a) early world view, (b) early cultural differentiation, and (c) early institutional differentiation. Make comparative and analytic conclusion between the Yurok and Southeast Nations. [consider world view and conservatism definition and argument, comparison of world view and social change for both, comparitive conclusions on world view, differentiation and change, provide examples]

2. For Yurok and Southeast Nations, discuss the modes and effects of (d) political [i.e. US Administrative Colonialism], (e) economic, and (f) cultural colonialism. Be sure to make a comparative and analytic conclusion between the Yurok and Southeast Nations. [consider definitions of relevant forms of political colonialism, provide examples of Yurok and SE experiences, comparision of political colonialism and change, explanation of relevant market relations, Yurok and SE cconomy, comparisions of markets and social change, explain cultural colonialism, comparisons of cultural exchange and change, comparative conclusions on political, economic, and cultural colonialism on the Yurok and SE Nations.

Books: Standing Ground: yurok indian spituality, 1850-1990 by Thomas Buckley
Social Order and Political Change: Constitutional Governments Among the Cherokee, the Choctaw, The Chickasaw, and The Creek by Duane Champagne.

Solution Summary

This solution assists in making comparisons between the Yurok (20th century) and Southeast Nations (19th century) on several dimensions e.g. early world view, early cultural differentiation and early institutional differentiation. For Yurok and Southeast Nations, it also discusses the modes and effects of three factors e.g. political, economic and cultural colonialism.

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