Dancing Skeletons Thesis

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The people of Mali believe that malnutrition cannot be stopped, even though technically it can.

The people of Mali believe that malnutrition cannot be stopped, even though technically it can.

In Mali, it is common for women to have six to eight children by the time they are considered “old”.

Unlike the United States where everything is not negotiable, in Mali, everything is and is encouraged, unless you’re a tourist without any background on the culture of Mali (Dettwyler 1994: 55).

With Mali’s economics very different from ours in America, family size and gender ideas also are very different than ours.

Anderson 3-7-13 The United States is known for the “American Dream”, the material items, our breakthroughs in medicine, our employment opportunities, etc.

These are just some of the things the United States has to offer, but the United States also has a downfall to all of the “good” things in life: we think our way of life is better than everyone else’s, and we often judge other countries, especially Africa, for their way of living.

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