Name Instructor Course Date Summary Response Goldstein’s When Brothers Share a Wife Melvyn C. Goldstein in his article explores more on a number of controversies surrounding the Tibetans and their commitment to the fraternal polyandry principles. It seems that Tibetans' promotion of fraternal polyandry implies promoting a normal type of marriage partnerships in which brothers share a single wife (Goldstein 284). In the article Goldstein emphasizes that fraternal polyandry helps in avoiding inequality article I think that whoever wishes to execute change like Scheper-Hughes must acknowledge and accept how people exist and whose lives they want to change. There is also the need to come up with life's holistic representation in Brazil's poor shantytowns. Works Cited Goldstein Melvyn C. "When Brothers Share a Wife." Applying Cultural Anthropology 2001 282-287. Scheper-Hughes Nancy. Death Without Weeping: The Violence of Everyday Life in Brazil. Oxford: University of California Press 1989 217-226. [...]
Read each article and then write two paragraphs for each article: four paragraphs total. The response should consist of two short but substantive paragraphs per article. One will summarize the key arguments of the piece and the second should contain your own reflections in the form of further analysis, questions, counterargument or discussion.