Creating a Narrative

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Students were asked to review the American anthropologist and university professor Horace Miner’s 1956 story; Body Ritual among the Nacirema. Miner describes the Nacirema as dumb savages who believe in witch doctors, holy-mouth-men, toilet ceremonies, and sadistic body rituals…

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