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       This is a research on world cultures which investigates specific topics
and analyze the similarities or differences that may exist within various
societies from around the globe. The research entails an in-depth look at
variables that have been generated from Maptab or SPSS about these societies.
Variables may consist of different topics such as Aggression and War, Gender
Roles, Religion, etc.

       There has been much research on world cultures. This website will
concentrate mainly on religion and how this topic affects cultural beliefs,
practices, and thinking. Specifically, this will discuss the Evil Eye belief
and witchcraft. Consequently, these aspects will be correlated with social
stratification which deals primarily with society class structures according to
the various cultures. The aim is to understand why, if there are any, members
of a society behave with their religion based on the level of stratification.

       More information can be obtained about other research at the
Anthropology 174 class website. Visit Professor Dr. White's anthropology-
related website for more resource materials, links, software, etc. here under the
School of Social Science at University of CA, Irvine.

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