The Yanomamo Analytical Essay by Neatwriter

The Yanomamo
An analysis of the Yanomamo, an indigenous tribe living in the tropical rain forests of southern Venezuela and northern Brazil.
# 61830 | 2,266 words | 36 sources | MLA | 2004 | US

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This paper discusses the Yanomamo Indians, one of the most ancient living tribes on the earth. The paper contends that the Yanomamo are a primitive people renowned for the success of their ecological interaction with the environment and their understanding of the delicate balance between man and nature. The paper examines various aspects of their culture and beliefs.

The Religious Foundations of the Yanomamo Culture
Kinship, Politics and Marriage

From the Paper:

"The Yanomami are an indigenous tribe also called Yanomamo, Yanomam, and Sanuma who live in the tropical rain forest of Southern Venezuela and Northern Brazil. The society is composed of four subdivisions of Indians. (Yanomami Indians) Each subdivision has its own language. "They include the Sanema which live in the Northern Sector, the Ninam which live in the southeastern sector, the Yanomam which live in the southeastern part and the Yanomamo which live in the southwestern part of Yanomami area." (ibid) "

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