They are depicted as inhuman people who have primitive culture
. However, this task is given to the native informer who "plays a key role in making the inversion of fact by fantasy appear logical" (Dabashi, 2011, p.
The Kalash people known for their primitive culture
and ways of life formally began the festivities by sprinkling milk on the deity placed in the place of worship and holding the ceremony of chhirpiyak (offering of milk).
Addressing the concluding ceremony of Lehri festival here, he said 'Jammu and Kashmir State is known for its primitive culture
and traditions and supreme values'.
KARACHI -- The primitive culture
and tribal systems are major reasons for violence against women in the country.
Looking in turn at contexts and debates and Tylor beyond the canon, they consider such topics as the debate between Tylor and Andrew Lang over the theory of primitive monotheism: implications for contemporary studies of indigenous religions, theorizing from the 19th to the 20th centuries about myth in Britain and Germany: Tylor versus Blumenberg, Tylor as ethnographer, necromancy as a religion: Tylor's discussion of spiritualism in Primitive Culture
and in his diary, and deconstructing the survival in Primitive Culture
: from memes to dreams and bricolage.
Bijlmer's attempt, in collaboration with Dutch environmentalists, to establish a reserve for the protection of 'native tribes and their primitive culture
' in the New Guinea highlands recalls Schar's description of the Sarasin cousins' endeavors to preserve both nature and 'primitive' peoples in Switzerland from extinction (p.
Prior to the 1970s, traditional Aboriginal creative expression was primarily of interest only to anthropologists, as examples of primitive culture
Frankly, this is dangerous and represents a mindset of a former, primitive culture
. To me, comparatively, it's on par with using a pager in place of a cell phone.
The approach stays true to Shakespeare in abstracting the action from any specific time period, but the actors will wear fairly contemporary clothing (actors in Shakespeare's time wore the clothing of their era, says Epstein) that suggests a primitive culture
Until then, there is no hope for nation building when aspiring national leaders bent on ideology of primitive culture
of traditional revenge killings--a culture that perpetuate the cycle of violence.
This debate had been occasioned by Peter Winch's 1964 essay, 'Understanding a primitive culture
', in which he was critical of Evans-Pritchard's own critique of Azande handling of culpability in witchcraft accusations as overlooking the obvious logical inference from their basic premises.
A man from a primitive culture
who sees an automobile might guess that it was powered by the wind or by an antelope hidden under the car, but when he opens up the hood and sees the engine he immediately realizes that it was designed.