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Nikko is giving a speech about how the U.S. lags behind many other countries in terms of family-friendly workplaces. Which of the following comprises a well-crafted point in such a speech? 1) The U.S. could be more family-friendly in its support of child rearing. 2) The U.S. is one of only five countries out of 173 surveyed that does not guarantee some form of paid maternity leave; the others are Lesotho, Liberia, Swaziland, and Papua New Guinea. 3) According to Harvard researchers, the United States lags far behind virtually all wealthy countries with regard to family-oriented workplace policies such as maternity leave, paid sick days, and support for breast-feeding. 4) The U.S. needs to establish a maximum work week length for working fathers and mothers and limit mandatory overtime per week.
1) The U.S. could be more family-friendly in its support of child rearing….
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9. The Ambum Stone. Ambum Valley, Enga Province, Papua New Guinea. c. 1500 B.C.E. Greywacke, approx. height 7 9/10” x width 3” x depth 5 ½”. National Galley of Australia, Canberra, Australia.
-grey sandstone, pestle – a tool used to grind spices or drugs in a mortar, dif. to shape, hammer -higher level of figurative qualities than other -supernatural powers?, subtractive art
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Among the Tsembaga of Papua New Guinea, there is a relationship between the physical and social environments that involves ritual slaughter in order to re-establish harmony. What animal is slaughtered to reduce pressure on the local environments?
The Ambum Stone. Ambum Valley, Enga Province, Papua New Guinea. c. 1500 B.C.E. Greywacke.
Context: It was discovered in 1960s, and it is one of the earliest known Pacific works of art from 3500 years ago. Although function of such artifact is unknown, considering that Papuan’s ancient mortals and pestles were in forms of birds, this ambum stone might as well be a pestle. However, this ambum stone has advanced level of figurative qualities than other pestles so other possibility is that it my have served as a sacred object. To support this, the ambum stone especially assembles a long-beaked echidna which is considered sacred and perceived with supernatural powers by present day people of the region where they are used as spirit stones in sorcery and other rituals Media: Greywacke Stone
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Malagan display and mask. New Ireland Province, Papua New Guinea. c. 20th century C.E. Wood, pigment, fiber, and shell.
N: Malagan display and mask D: c. 20th Century C.E. T: hand painted P/S: Tribal Art/ Ceremonial Art A: Unknown Pa: None OL: New Ireland Province, Papua New Guinea M: Wood, Pigment, Fiber, and Shell T: Weaving, Figure-making, free-hand painting F: To serve as visual part of ceremony in which the dead are celebrated and assisted in their transition to the spiritual realm, the ceremonies length can be from months to years so sturdy materials for elaborate structures can withstand long time frame; centered on honoring the dead C: The culture behind the Malagan display and mask greatly treasure ancestry and the soul/life force of an individual which is what is often portrayed in these displays. They also believe that their loved ones spirits enter into the Malagan so these pieces are treated with the upmost care until they are no longer needed. Once they are no longer needed they are often burned in fear of confusing other spirits trying to find their way. New Ireland has 19 islets. the ceremonies held can last from months to years. once the soul leaves the mask they burn it. it had both men and women genitalia. DT: Natural, mystical, elaborate, large, complex, interwoven, cohesive. M: These pieces serve to represent the deceased’s souls in our world and the ceremonies help to push them on to the spirit world. Also because of the cultures sense of community and familial values we also see it as a way for the entire village to mourn and to publically display the death of a family member. The Malagan, lastly, are very substantial in displaying class because more powerful people were made grander structures and masks. the ceremonies that are held sent the souls of the deceased to the dead. they are intended to represent individual’s souls.
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