anthropological, cultural communication, kinship, decent, non economic values and Edward Sapir and Benjamin Lee Whorf

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Please note there are two questions which need t be addressed in 250 words each, thanks

Question one -250 words (use question 1 as a header please)

Please review ALL links and write from there perspectives and concepts;

https://www.nationalgeographic.org/media/jared-dia…

https://study.com/academy/lesson/strategies-of-mar…

No market economics attached

Distribution and exchange attached

Kinship and decent attached

Question to address-From an anthropological view Identify a specific type of kinship system (Eskimo, Hawaiian, Sudanese, and others) that is different from your own and then imagine growing up in that other kinship system. How would your family relationships and personal experiences be different from what they are now? Please include a real life example to strengthen point in your reply

Helpful Hint: Polygamy (polygyny and polyandry) is not a kinship system. . -250 words

You must write a high standard and use two peer references to support your claims, you must write from an anthropological view and NOT using ANY first, second, and third person pronouns. Work not written to a high standard will be rejected, thank you

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Question two -250 words (use question 2 as a header please)

Please review ALL links and write from there perspectives and concepts;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXe64uUgSS0n

The theory that human languages determine the structure of the real world as perceived by human beings, rather than vice versa, and that this structure is different and incommensurable from one language to another. a theory developed by Edward Sapir and Benjamin Lee Whorf that states that the structure of a language determines or greatly influences the modes of thought and behavior characteristic of the culture in which it is spoken

Some linguists advance the argument that a person’s language determines what he or she can and cannot think. This is called linguistic determinism or the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis.

Question to address-Explain this position, explain why it’s anthropologically correct and explain why you agree with and why? Give examples from your own observations and real-life examples.

You must write a high standard and use two peer references to support your claims, you must write from an anthropological view and NOT using ANY first, second, and third person pronouns. Work not written to a high standard will be rejected, thank you

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