Peoples of the World Applied to Institutions

Nations and major groups of Western Civilization, Asiatic peoples, African peoples, and American Indian peoples can be used to examine institutions.

   

Peoples of the World

Peoples of the world can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including school systems, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

Nations

Nations such as Cyprus, Djibouti, Reunion, Guyana, Comoros; Bhutan; Equatorial Guinea, and Montenegro can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including school systems, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

Western Civilization

Western Civilization including Anglic, Latin, Germanic, Northeast European, Balkan, and Scandinavian peoples can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including school systems, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

Asiatic peoples

Asiatic peoples including Oriental, South Asian, Southeast Asian and Oceanic, Middle Eastern, and Central Asian peoples can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religous practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including school systems, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

African peoples

African peoples such as Western African, Eastern African, Central African, and Southern African peoples can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religous organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including school systems, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and resarch; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

American Indian peoples

American Indian peoples including Middle American Indian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religous practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activities, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including school systems, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage. Trinidad and Tobago can be connected.

Middle American Indian peoples

Middle American Indian peoples including Meso-American peoples, Southwestern American Indian peoples, and Caribbean peoples can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activities; education including school systems, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and families including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage. Jamaica can be connected.

Meso-American peoples

Meso-American peoples such as those of Mexico can be used to examine religion and government. Honduras can be connected.

Mexico can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activities; education including school systems, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and families including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage. Guatemala can be connected.

Southwestern American Indian peoples

Southwestern American Indian peoples such as those of the southwestern United States can be used to examine religion including particular relgions, government, economics, education, and families. Northern Mexico can be connected.

The southwestern United States can be used to examine religon, government, economics, education, and families.

Caribbean peoples

Caribbean peoples such including Caribbean South American Indian peoples, Caribbean Island peoples, and Central American Indian peoples can be used to examine religion and government. Panama can be connected.

Caribbean South American Indian peoples such as those of Colombia can be connected. Venezuela can be used to examine religon, government, economics, and education. Colombia can be used to examine religion including particular relgions; government, economics, education, and families.

Caribbean Island peoples such as those of Cuba, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic can be connected. Puerto Rico can be connected. Cuba can be used to examine religion and government. Haiti can be connected. The Dominican Republic can be connected.

Central American Indian peoples

Central American Indian peoples such as those of El Salvador and Nicaragua can be connected. Costa Rica can be connected. El Salvador can be connected. Nicaragua can be connected.

South American Indian peoples

South American Indian peoples including Andean peoples, Amazonian peoples, and Cono/Southern American Indian peoples can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religous practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activities, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including school systems, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage. Uruguay can be connected.

Andean peoples

Andean peoples such as those of Peru, Colombia, Chile, and parts of Argentina can be used to examine religion, government, economics, and education. Ecuador can be connected.

Peru can be used to examine religion, government, economics, and ecucation. Colombia can be used to examine religion including particular relgions; government, economics, education, and families. Bolivia can be connected. Chile can be used to examine religion and government. Argentina can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and family studies.

Amazonian peoples

Amazonian peoples such as those of Brazil, Venezuela, and parts of Argentina, and parts of Bolivia can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and family studies. Panama can be connected.

Brazil can be be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religous practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activities, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including school systems, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage. Argentina can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and family studies. Venezuela can be used to examine religon, government, economics, and education. Bolivia can be connected. Paraguay can be connected.

Cono/Southern American Indian peoples

Cono/Southern American Indian peoples such as those of parts of Argentina can be used to examine religion, government, economics, and education. Chile can be used to examine religion and government. Argentina can be used to examine religion, government, economics, education, and family studies.

North American Indian peoples

North American Indian peoples including Eastern North American Indian and Western North American Indian peoples can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activities; education including school systems, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and families including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage. Canada can be connected.

Eastern North American Indian peoples such as those of the eastern United States can be used to examine religion, government, economics, and education

Western North American Indian peoples such as those of the western United States can be connected used to examine religion, government, economics, and education

History, sociology, institutions, culture, anthropology, personal studies, and science will be connected as the site develops.

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Created 10 July 2014 Last updated 31 Oct 2017