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The position calls for a faculty member with a collaborative spirit who will help students grapple with questions concerning the aesthetic and the political, and the role of the arts in both challenging and supporting social systems. Because there is not much water there are few food plants and food animals for Indians to find and eat in the desert. I submitted mine in mid-Oct, so I supposed that's possible. This data resulting from ethnography helps us understand other cultures and how they are similar and different to other cultures. [ 4 ] Diffusion is the spread of an idea from culture to culture and independent invention is where the culture forms a new idea on it’s own without any influence from another culture. [ 5 ] Agriculture developed in different continents (the Americas and Asia) at the same time and because there was no trans-oceanic communication during its formation, we can say that it was independent invention. [ 6 ] However, things such as customs or rituals could be transmitted through neighboring tribes through diffusion.
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