Sex and the Japanese: The Sensual Side of Japan

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Using both ethnographic and archaeological sources, this course focuses on the way in which archaeological data from mortuary practices can be used to answer questions about ancient social organizations. (3). 309. University Museum Library Desk VHS GN671. Just as human adults retain in their psychological make-up features which derive from childish experience, so also sophisticated societies retain “survivals” of primitive features. S.-dominated corporate culture, the world is becoming culturally homogeneous. “Fast-food culture,” with its principles of mass production, speed, the centre of this new global culture.

Pages: 192

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing (November 15, 2006)

ISBN: 0804838267

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