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Thought, Belief and Behaviour
Holly Wardlow

February 7 2012Huli Society is a very male dominant society What comes to you when you think of a male dominate society For Huli society Greater authority and decision making power in the domestic realmYet women are not submissive entirely Women exhibit passive aggression Ideological aspects of male dominance Discourses that female are inferior Afriorism that female have less mana social knowledge responsibility meaning women are less socialized so they are more volatile like children Male privilege and encourage and enforce through normalized wife beating Discourses that women are unpredictable and not socialize so it is a norm for a man to discipline their wifeWhat criteria we are replying on when we say emotionalBetter or worse that couples life separately What criteria should be use The criteria will also be ethnocentric by nature Cultural changeMakes people reflect on people way of life and custom judge themselves as inferior sometimesIn Huli the cultural change caused Huli people to believe their cultural is less modern moral Cultural humiliation Globalization they are part of nation they are part of world Makes nation look at them more Some are more inferior or superior Huli seen as backwards in Papa New Guinea because Huli is warlike know for a style of aggression raise voices way of speaking interactional style that seen aggressive and intimidatingExon mobile developed liquid gas extraction on Huli territory National jealously of Huli people because the most backward people of the nation are soon going to be wealthy once the gas starts flow This fuels the stigma of Huli people
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