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25), weavers generally buy cotton in skeins, then wind it into balls and ply or rewind it as required.For further discussion of fibers used in tribal weaving, see , below.Dyeing.

Here are the responses I made–and some I didn’t get to–in today’s class discussion

In the present chapter, the author will seek to avoid the intricacies and complexities, acknowledging the risk of oversimplification, and discuss reasoning in terms of five topics: context, the point, organization, evidence, and cause.The author reiterates that notions of American culture are often based on WASP culture, particularly males of that culture, as this was the category of people who held power for the past few generations.


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And in comparison to Americans, the Japanese subjects made 60% more references to background elements (the water, rocks, bubbles, plants) - but had far greater difficulty in a following task where they were shown images of fish, out of context, to see if they remembered which were in the scene.As such, it was concluded that there were differences in perception: the Asian way of thinking relies upon the background, or "field" in psychological terms, to contextualize objects, whereas Westerners focus on the individual objects and pay little attention to the overall context.