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Two major works in the field of anthropology, Sir James Frazer's 'Golden Bough' (1890) and Ernest Crawley's 'Mystic Rose' (1902), contained vast amounts of research on primitive and traditional societies and tended to reinforce the theories of evolutionists. Y.: Maryknoll World Productions; New York, NY: Old Dog Documentaries, Inc, [1998]. 1 videocassette (25 min.). Students will explore their own authorial voice and style, and their relationship with truth, objectivity, and point-of-view.

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