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Ariel Turrigiano
September 24, 2013
Cultural Anthropology
Dr. McCaffrey
Assignment 1

Improving the Life of the Ju/wasi

The Ju/wasi people were naturally a group of hunters and gathers, having been so for many years. They rarely, if ever, dealt with sickness; they did not have problems finding food nor were they ever on the brink of starvation. The particular diet of the Ju/wasi people was varied with different plants and meats offering a diverse and nutritious diet to all, their roaming lands were filled with food for them to eat. However, many years have passed since the Ju/wasi have been able to hunt and gather as they please and the changes pressed upon them by the government has destroyed their way of life. In order for the task force to insure the continuation of the Ju/wasi people changes must take place. The most important change that should be done above all else is to allow the Ju/wasi people to once again become hunters and gatherers. It is painfully obvious that the government forcing them to remain in one area with a limited amount of land, and therefore a limited amount of resources, has not worked in favor of the Ju/wasi people. While it has been a convenience to the government, the Ju/wasi people have suffered. This forced settlement has ruined the Ju/wasi people and has caused great tension amongst those who used to live in harmony with one another. The health of the Ju/wasi has become a major issue. Over the years the population density of the Ju/wasi people has increased. Due to restriction of land and water the Ju/wasi had to shift from a lifestyle of foraging to reservation life. This caused an increase in birth rates for the Ju/wasi people. Typically a woman who belonged to a group of hunters and gatherers only had one child every four to five years. As one who is part of a nomadic group women would have to carry their child…...

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