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Extractions: This set of sixteen profiles raises students' awareness of how a degree in anthropology can help shape their lives and careers. Using a biographical, story-telling approach, each profile describes how someone used a degree in anthropology to influence their choice of career and change their life. By asking the question "How will my life, and the lives of others, be impacted by my choice to study anthropology?" these profiles encourage students to understand that chance, skill, and initiative are key to succeed both professionally and personally. Learn more about the Garbage Project . How have "garbage studies" affected anthropology as a discipline? Do you consider applied anthropology to be a "fifth field"? Why or why not? Use evidence gathered from this site to make your argument. Visit the American Anthropological Association home page and follow links to information about research ethics in the social sciences. What provisions were contained in the 1970 standard code of ethics? What is meant by informed consent? What other ethical principles are included in the code? Today, how does the American Anthropological Association address issues of contemporary research, research standards, and issues of fieldwork safety in politically volatile regions?
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Extractions: CONTENTS : Sorry, this feature is currently unavailable Ken Saro-Wiwa Those of us present at the launch of the ogoni community association - UK in 1994 never dreamt that it was to be the last time we would meet Ken. Though we knew he was returning to the dangers of Nigeria, farewells were light, filled with the belief that his resilience would never let him down. I don't believe it ever did. From the early 1990's until November 9th last year, Ken's assertions concerning the situation in Ogoni were regarded by many as self-serving exaggerations. Prominent amongst them was the violence that the military would unleash in order to suppress their peaceful movement for a clean environment and social equity. At a meeting of Ogoni leaders in Bori on October 3rd, 1993, he said, "The extermination of Ogoni people appears to be official policy." Ken's choice of words in describing Shell's operations as "ecological genocide" and "developmental racism" were also in some parties patronisingly regarded as an author's use of hyperbole.
Extractions: PRESIDENT Olusegun Obasanjo was reported in the media to have stated that he is not opposed to a National Conference provided it is constructive and contributes to national solidarity. Our organisation, the Movement for National Reformation (MNR), reacted by publicly welcoming the president's statement as a positive contribution to the national debate on the expediency of a national conference in favour of which popular public demand has refused to go away or to abate, in spite of all efforts to misinterpret and undermine it. Our discussion this afternoon can be reduced to a simple question: what do we expect a National Conference to produce? Before endeavouring to answer the question, I ask your indulgence to quote at some length from an address, which I gave seven months ago to the Steering Committee of the MNR, because it is at the very heart of our subject today. "This is the challenge which the 21st Century imposes on us and on Nigeria's leaders. And this is the fundamental purpose of the National Conference, which we have urged for many years and which has now caught the imagination of the populace (and, we are delighted to note, the President himself). The cardinal rationale of a national conference, as I see it, would be to enable us come to terms with our diversity and turn it to our collective advantage. I repeat that this is what I would call "constructive diversity".
Extractions: Arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas Sotheby's Saturday, May 19, 2001, 10:15AM Sale 7659 By Carter B. Horsley This season Sotheby's has combined its Tribal Art, American Indian Art and Pre-Columbian Art auctions into one catalogue. The 87 lots of Oceanic Art start the auction at 10:15AM, Saturday, May 19, 2001, followed by 159 lots of the arts of Africa. The afternoon session, which starts at 2PM, will begin with 27 lots of American Indian Art, the smallest number in many seasons, followed by 148 lots of Pre-Columbian Art. While the sale recorded some good prices, only 75.66 percent of the 419 offered lots sold fora total of $6,767,745 including the buyer's premiums. Oceanic Art The Oceanic section of this auction has many fine works included a superb canoe prow, a fine canoe splash board, a wonderful dance paddle, an excellent gope board, a nice "pig killer," a fine ancestor plaque, and some good masks. Lot 38, canoe prow, 83 inches long, Geelvink Bay, Irian Jaya The canoe prow, shown, above, Lot 38, comes from the Geelvink Bay in Irian Jaya and measures 83 inches in length and has a conservative estimate of $60,000 to $90,000. It sold for $55, 375 including the buyer's premium as do all results mentioned in this article.
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Extractions: The genocide in Rwanda in 1994 radically changed the attitudes of Africans and non-Africans alike toward ethnicity in Africa. The extent of the bloodletting shocked the whole world. In spite of the numerous cases of ethnic violence on the continent in the past, no one expected the carnage and brutality that attended the genocide. Worse still its perpetrators have shown no remorse. Both Rwanda and Burundi are still locked in genocidal wars in which the Tutsi are pitted against the Hutu. People are asking questions about the contribution of ethnicity to the state of affairs in African politics. Of particular interest is the reason why ethnic conflict in Africa has been so destructive. This paper seeks to answer these questions. It suggests that past attempts to answer them failed because they are based on inadequate understanding of ethnicity in Africa. They tend to see ethnicity everywhere and to conceive it in a self-explanatory manner. They view ethnicity essentially as given and take very little account of its substratum. From this point of view interests arising from ethnic identities differ from one another because of socio-cultural and economic differences among the relevant ethnic groups. Hardly any serious thought is given to how and why individuals embrace ethnic identity in the first place, and the origin of the ethnic group interests.
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Extractions: Go to Index Entries Start Page DESCRIPTIVE INDEX TO RECORDS RELATING TO THE ECONOMIC HISTORY OF NIGERIA 1900-1965 BY U.O.A. ESSE CONTENTS PREFACE INTRODUCTION: THE ECONOMIC FACTOR IN THE NIGERIAN ECONOMIC HISTORY HOW TO USE THE INDEX INDEX ENTRIES ... INDEX LIST OF RECORD GROUPS USED IN THE COMPILATION OF THE INDEX AND THEIR ACRONYMS PREFACE The need for a detailed study of the indigenous economic history of the peoples of Nigeria cannot be over-stressed. In recent years some studies have been made and books published on the Economic History of Nigeria. Such works can best be described as an extension of British Economic History in Nigeria. They are studied relating to British economic activities in Nigeria which means that no serious efforts have been made by economic historians study the various indigenous economic systems, the institutions, organisations and innovations, that made it possible for Nigerians to satisfy their wants before their march towards economic progress was unwarranted interrupted by the British economic imperialism. Economic Historians have not done much work in the study of Nigeria's indigenous economic systems before the advent of the British economic imperialists, this is perhaps due to paucity of information. This compilation is to present to the student the available archival sources which provide information on the indigenous economic systems of Nigeria prior to the changes brought about by British economic activities in the country.
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Extractions: Go to Part 1 Intamas Page Start Page AN INDEX TO INTELLIGENCE REPORTS, ANTHROPOLOGICAL REPORTS, ASSESSMENT REPORTS AND RE-ORGANISATION REPORTS IN THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES, ENUGU BY U. O. A. ESSE NATIONAL ARCHIVES, ENUGU 1992 PART TWO Contents ANTHROPOLOGICAL AND ETHNOLOGICAL REPORTS ASSESSMENT AND REASSESSMENT REPORTS ORGANISATION AND REORGANISATION REPORTS ANTHROPOLOGICA L AND ETHNOLOGICAL REPORTS In order to understand the peoples of the Eastern Provinces, Their origin, social and political organisation with a view to reorganising the whole system, the colonial Administration in Nigeria engaged the services of British Anthropologist to collect and collate data on some communities in the Eastern Provinces. The information contained in these reports are veritable source material for the study of the early history of these communities. Also of importance is the information on ethnological Report of the people which is closely related to the Anthropological Reports. This part is divided into two sections. Section one deals with the Anthropological Reports while section two deals with the Ethnological Reports. FILE NO.56
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Extractions: Non Governmental Organisations now play a key watchdog role in society. Along side the media, these organisations be they trade unions, human rights, community based, professional, or single-issue organisations between them either represent or protect the rights and interests of millions of people. In countries where the institutions of democracy are undermined by undemocratic governments, business interests or external influences, these organisations often play a vital role in defending or promoting the rights and welfare of many. An important aspect of their work involves scrutinising the activities of governments, intergovernmental organisations and business interests. Media coverage of their work is therefore important in order to help them reach a wider audience which will in turn help promote accountability. NEWS On the eve of the hearing set for 30 March in Tunis, Amnesty International is launching an urgent appeal to the Tunisian authorities to put an end to the travesty of justice that has so far tainted the trial of Hamma Hammami, Abdeljabbar Madouri and Samir Taamallah, who are accused of membership of an unauthorised organisation, the Parti communiste des ouvriers tunisiens (PCOT) Tunisian Workers' Communist Party.
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Extractions: VI. OIL COMPANIES AND THE OIL PRODUCING COMMUNITIES The coming of the oil industry has transformed the local economy of the oil producing communities. Although the changes are not as profound as those among previously uncontacted peoples of the Amazon rainforest living in areas where oil has been discovered Minorities in the Oil Producing Regions The peoples living in the oil producing communities largely belong to ethnic groups other than the three major groups (Yoruba, Igbo, and Hausa-Fulani) that dominate Nigeria. They speak a diverse range of languages and dialects: at least five major language groups are represented in the delta states. There areestimated to be approximately eight million people (there are no reliable census data) who would describe themselves as Ijaw, largely living in the riverine areas of what are now Bayelsa, Delta and Rivers States, as well as in Port Harcourt, Warri, and other towns on dry land. The division between the riverine and upland areas is of major cultural and geopolitical importance in the debates over the rights of the oil areas. Other ethnic groups on dry land in what is now Rivers State include the Ogoni, numbering some 500,000 (themselves divided between four separate dialect groups); several groups speaking languages related to Igbo, including the Etche, Ndoni, and Ikwerre; a number of communities speaking dialects falling into a Central Delta language group; the Andoni, who speak a Lower Cross dialect, and others.
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Extractions: VIII. PROTEST AND REPRESSION IN THE NIGER DELTA Umuechem No compensation has been awarded for the attack to those whose relatives were killed or homes destroyed; nor have the perpetrators been brought to justice. The Ogoni Crisis In October 1990, MOSOP sent the Ogoni Bill of Rights to then head of state Gen. Ibrahim Babangida, but received no response. In December 1992, MOSOP sent its demands to Shell, Chevron, and NNPC, the partners in the joint ventures operating in Ogoni, together with an ultimatum to pay back royalties and compensation within thirty days or quit Ogoni. Sixteen members of the MOSOP leadership were put on trial for the May 1994 murders, and nine, including Ken Saro-Wiwa, were eventually convicted and sentenced to death by a special tribunal established for the case, whose procedures blatantly violated international standards of due process. One leading jurist concluded: The judgement of the Tribunal is not merely wrong, illogical or perverse. It is downright dishonest. The Tribunal consistently advanced arguments which no experienced lawyer could possibly believe to be logical or just. I believe that the Tribunal first decided on its verdicts and then sought for arguments to justify them. No barrel was too deep to be scraped. Following the execution of Saro-Wiwa and his codefendants, and the flight of many other leadership figures into exile, MOSOP lost its driving force. Twenty former activists in MOSOP, who were detained at various times in 1994 and 1995, were held in Port Harcourt prison, in deteriorating health, until September 1998, charged with murder in connection with the killings of May 1994 for which Ken Saro-Wiwa and his codefendants were hanged.
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Extractions: PUBLISHED BY THE DIRECTORATE OF HUMAN RIGHTS, GOOD GOVERNANCE AND DEMOCRACY, NIGER DELTA HUMAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESCUE ORGANISATION (ND-HERO), ROAD 10, BLOCK 3B-FEDERAL LOW-COSTS HOUSING ESTATE-RUMUEME. P. O. BOX 13644. TEL. 00234 84 231559 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org EMAIL: email@example.com EMAIL STANLEY WORGU: firstname.lastname@example.org MAY 2000.
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Extractions: Riverworks Riverworks is a directory of non-governmental organizations (NGOs), activists and experts working on river and watershed issues around the world. It is constantly updated and printed upon request. Riverworks is produced by International Rivers Network (IRN), a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the world's rivers and watersheds.