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A Discussion and Semiotic Anthropology Of the Salem Witch Trials
This paper addresses the history and the events of the Salem Witch Trials from the perspective of Semiotic Anthropology.
# 37203 | 1,650 words | 10 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Oct 04, 2003 in Psychology (Parapsychology)


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This paper addresses the history and the events of the Salem Witch Trials from the perspective of Semiotic Anthropology. Here, the question of the witchcraft trials is examined as a form of social control for a people, specifically women, who had no other element of control.

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