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Authority and Hierarchy on Benin, Northwest Coast and Tokugawa Japan Societies
There are many kinds of demonstrating power within a cultural sphere. Throughout cultures of the world, power has always been the main feature that defines social order. In societies like Benin and Japan, power is held by these with the power of killing, whereas in northwest coast culture the power to kill was just a representative symbol of the powerful, which were actually the wealthiest. Furthermore, when we consider the close relation between politics and religion and how they influence social ruler held by individuals, social structures turn a lot more complex. Nevertheless, there is…
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