For example, the abangan is a blend of Islam, Hinduism, and kejawen, which is an ancient belief. In this way, Islam and Hinduism are two cultures that have contributed to cultural diffusion in Indonesia. In addition to the abangan religion, other people in Indonesia practice Santri, priyayi, Bodha, Kaharingan, etc. This diversity in religion shows the cultural diffusion within Indonesia as the culture of the people who trade with this country mix with the cultures that already exist. In Java, the cultural diffusion of Islam can be seen.
General Purpose: To inform my audience about African historic culture) Specific Purpose: To inform my audience on the ancient Benin (Benin) culture and how it has evolved today Attention Getter: Did you know that everyone evolved from Africa? Researchers have examined the differences of the skulls and DNA of human remains from around the globe say their outcomes indicate present day people (Homo sapiens) having a solitary beginning in Africa. (Owen,2007) Preview your main point: Having said that, today, they're are hundreds of different tribes in Nigeria, where they all speak different languages & have different customs. However out of all those tribes the Bini tribe is the most ancient and well known (Gascoigne, 2001) Thesis: Today I will be informing you on some interesting facts about the history of Benin tribe, the invasion and how it has ultimately changed today. Transition: The Benin kingdom is
These were the most numerous among the Native when the first contact with the Europeans was made. Grouping divisions are based on language differences, as well as in survival methods and technological skills. The Inupiat and the Yupik, known as the real people, continue to hunt and gather in communities. They subsist on both sea and land resources. Even to this day their lives continue to evolve around the polar bear, caribou, fish, seal, whale, and walrus.
In the Iroquois myth it was only water until the animals made land for the woman who was pushed off the earth to live on. In the African Bushman myth the earth is created by Kanng for his people to live on. Another difference in the two myths is how long it took to create the earth. In the African Bushmen myth Kanng finished creating the earth before he let people inhabit it. In the Iroquois myth the earth was not finished when the first woman started living on it and she and her sons helped to finish it.
Cultures of Albanians Different races and tribes have their own cultures which make them unique and different from one another. Every culture also has their own value which makes them want to practice it even though sometimes it seems outdated compared to the current trend. Albanian also has their own cultures which is unique and diverse in its own way. According to Lopasic (1992), Albanians succeeded in preserving their traditional, social, and cultural system for a very long time both in northern Albania and in Kosovo. However, Albanian cultures are also influenced by their neighbourhood countries especially Turkey.
INTRODUCTION The Ajuran Sultanate or Ajuran Empire was known as a Somali Muslim empire that ruled over the large parts of the Northeast Africa consists of Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia and dominated the regional trade during the 5th to the 15th century during the era of Medieval Ages. Ajuran Sultanate was very well-known during 13th century until the late 17th century because of their strong centralized administration and has an aggressive military towards invaders. This empire also left an extensive architectural legacy, including castles, fortress building and pillar tombs fields attributed to the Ajuran engineers. Because of the theocratic nature of the Ajuran government, many peoples come from many regions in East Africa had converted to Islam. According to the history, the Ajuran Sultanate emerged and established by the House of Gareen and they were the one who ruling this empire until the 17th century.
Despite the careless mood that modern Japanese have towards the existence of Ainu community, the Ainu activists not only are striving for the removal of discrimination and improvement of living standards but are also rejecting douwa (assimilation) “in favor of a distinct identity as indigenous people and the revitalization of Ainu culture and language” (Siddle, 2011) Ainu ancestors have been residing in Hokkaido ever since the full-scale colonization in 1869 and their descendants can be found in homeland Hokkaido as well as in Kanto plain and other major urban centers. The hunting and fishing territories that encompassed their traditional ways of life were eradicated and transformed to agricultural lands by the large-scale immigrants. Ainu
The Abbasid dynasty was the third Islamic caliphate after the rightly guided caliphs and the Umayyad. They ruled for five centuries, where they flourished, and made their capital city, Baghdad, a minaret of knowledge and development. In my paper I will be talking about the fields that the Muslims at that time excelled in, such as science, technology, philosophy, and arts, then I will mention how they influenced the western culture and got influenced by them as well. The Abbasid dynasty became influential after building the house of wisdom, which was not only considered as a library, but as a research and intellectual center that attracted many scientists from different regions, religions, and backgrounds to go there and acquire knowledge. Abbasid
The are many different cultures around the world that have many different beliefs and religions. The Igbos are a very unique culture with many different beliefs. As a sociologist I have been studying the Igbo tribe for 3 weeks. Many wives, male dominance, chiefs and elders, robes, and female wrestling are all examples of the Igbos uniqueness and that is just the start. The Igbo rites of passage has evolved a lot since the British invaded them.
They also took to primarily Indonesian dishes as their dietary preference, and subscribed to varying forms of indigenous rituals, myths, and beliefs as central features of their daily lives. More significantly, when compared to Europeans, the majority [of the] Indos appeared physically closer to Indonesians”. Although the Indo-Dutch identified themselves as Dutch Europeans, they were very aware that their ‘Indonesian heritage’ rendered them to second-class citizens. According to de Vries, they felt ashamed of the Indonesian part of their identity and often tried to deny it: “being Indo-Dutch meant above all: not being Indonesian”. They used the same racial logics, which had ensured the totoks superiority over them, to position themselves above the Indonesian community.