The Mursi People: Reaction Paper. Ethiopia
Many primitive cultures do not survive intact after coming into contact with western civilization. The Mursi people of Ethiopia are no exception. Drought and famine in Ethiopia have driven the Mursi to migrate to a new homeland. While this new home promised relief from drought and hunger, it has changed their traditional lifestyle and culture. The Mursi people are struggling with adaptation and against cultural extinction.
The Mursi's migration has brought them into regular contact with the western world. This exposure is having a profound effect on their way of life. …
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