Artifact Study

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  • Artifact Study of an Olympiakos Soccer Jersey

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    Artifact Study of an Olympiakos Soccer Jersey Introduction The artifact of appearance I have chosen is a soccer jersey representing Olympiakos, a team in the top Greek league. I acquired this article of clothing during the summer of 1995. Many factors have contributed to my interest in Greek soccer jerseys. These include my Greek heritage, my family's fanaticism with soccer, and the growing popularity of sports jerseys in the, for severe lack of a better term, alternative subculture

  • E. M. Fleming's Model of Artifact Study and the Work Boot

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    E. M. Fleming's "Model of Artifact Study" and the Work Boot The work boot has become a hot item for many girls and young women. This artifact of appearance may reveal a lot about American culture and society in the 1990's. By applying E. M. Fleming's "Model of Artifact Study", I will analyze this artifact in an attempt to shed some light on the values, priorities, and ideals of our society. Just like Fleming's model suggests, this paper will be broken down into four major sections: Identification

  • Summary Of The Social Construction Of Facts And Artifacts

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    Facts and Artifacts” is about "integrated social constructivist approach towards the study of science and technology"(pg 399). The author's Pinch and Bijker discuss that even though it has been a practice to separate science and technology, but they are hugely connected because of this they might benefit from each other. The authors discuss about the three main parts of science and technology termed as "Sociology of science", "the science technology relationship" and the "technology studies". Earlier

  • The Ethical Preservation Of Cultural Property

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    one that has continued since the beginning of archaeological discovery. Who owns the past, or has the right to preserve cultural remains, are questions that drive this debate and cause controversy among societies. (Messenger) The way that cultural artifacts are obtained have the most uproar among the archaeological society. Collectors and looters are the source of this issue and have been discredited by many archaeological societies. Modern societies and governments have now put more focus on the preservation

  • Importance Of Archaeology Essay

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    anthropology is archaeology. Archaeology is a field where archaeologists work to excavate different sites for artifacts. These artifacts can come in a variety of forms. They could be items such as tools, pottery, building materials such as glass, bones, and many other items. These items are important to because they help us to see how those who came before us survived. It is also very interesting to study these items. Some of the items, such as the tools, are very creative and unique. There could be tools

  • Fe'nix Del Sur Case Study

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    Fe’nix Del Sur Case Study In the case study of Fe’nix Del Sur, a company that sells large variety of artifacts belonging to South American and African according to the authors. I will intent to describe the use of DECIDE process in the evaluation decisions process of a company, analyze the four analytical categories for examining the case, it also describes the market of Fe’nix Del Sur, it’s possible target markets being considered by Fe’nix Del Sur and also explain Fe’nix’s distinctive

  • Geert Hofstede And Mann's Three Concepts Of Organizational Culture

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    the individual level to study society, they can easily be adapted to study organizational culture. When founders or leaders in an organization answer these questions and adopt a cultural orientation they become the espoused values for success. Hence, just like how identifying the underlying assumptions about the degree of uniqueness and universality shown by various approaches to studying organizational culture will allows us to have a clearer understanding of these studies and identify differences

  • The Importance Of Museum Experience

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    provided. Museum is also documenting the artifacts and provides vast of collection works from various field such as artistic, scientific, historical and cultural that available for public viewing through exhibits. Alexander and Alexander (2008) stated that museum is a non-profit permanent institution in the service of society and development which are open to the public which acquires conserves researches, communicates and exhibits for the purpose of study, education and enjoyment, material evidence

  • Stolen Egyptian Artifacts

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    desperate attempt to save the museum and it’s artifacts, civilians linked arms and hands to form a human barrier between the protestors and the country’s national treasures. Despite the brave efforts by those who wanted to protect the museum, 50 relics disappeared that night. Unfortunately those were not the first artifacts to be taken out of Egypt; they only add to the growing number. Egypt has been almost begging for foreign museums to return the artifacts like the Rosetta Stone, the key to deciphering

  • Criticism Of The Antiquities Market

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    because it may seem exotic to them, and they want to learn about it. Therefore, nobody owns the past, because we live in a world in which people are able to learn and experience any form of culture that they choose. When a person acquires an ancient artifact from Egypt, for example, not only are they preserving the past. They are also carrying Egyptian culture forward and sharing it with the people around them. George Ortiz was a famous collector and a fervent believer in the antiquities market. Ortiz