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4 June, 02:13

What is a song duel?

A.

in Inuit culture, a sing-off competition between two people in a conflict who tried to win the approval of their peers

B.

in Makah culture, a celebration of music and dance used to show off one's wealth and good fortune

C.

a conflict between two tribes in which songs were sung back and forth to explain the issue between the two groups

D.

in Cherokee culture, a singing performance that people rehearsed and presented to their chief at the end of a good harvest

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  1. 4 June, 02:41
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    My best guess would be A.
  2. 4 June, 02:45
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    The right answer is A: A song duel, in Inuit culture (indigenous peoples inhabiting the Arctic regions of Greenland, Canada and Alaska) is a sing-off competition between two people in a conflict who tried to win the approval of their peers. A song duel is one of the ways in which Eskimo society deals with interpersonal conflict. During the song duel, two people sing to each other (often saying insults and lampoons) in front of an audience, with the ultimate goal of resolving a conflict that exists between them.
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