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  1. In what way is having young girls walk behind men, not in front of them a way of showing respect?
  2. Why has this rule changed over time?
  3. Why is it a sign of respect to not go near a Medicine Man?  Is this rule still in place?
  4. How do rules around separating men and women and also around who can talk to whom help to support the ways of being for the Hidatsa and Mandan people?
  1. Are there rules in my family that I later found out were not rules in others’ families?  What is an example?
  2. Have rules in my family changed over time?  What caused the change?
  3. What are ways I have been taught to show respect to others both within and outside of my family?
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