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Final Project component #4: Sample display description Sample display descripti

Final Project component #4: Sample display description Sample display description. Present a detailed description for one of your exhibit displays. In 500 words or less, provide a close depiction of what this display is and how it engages the exhibit theme. This description should address both the what and the how of the display; that is, the content and the media of presentation. Be sure to integrate at least one course material into this description. About additional materials: The first…

Use at least 3 academic sources other than lectures or your textbook. Graphs, ch

Use at least 3 academic sources other than lectures or your textbook. Graphs, charts and photos are needed. Topic can be on a world religion and its socio-cultural impacts or on a more general topic dealing with the culture impacts of influences of religion on American or other societies. It could be on a past society, culture, or civilization, like say The Vikings. For example: "Shinto and its impact on Japanese involvement in WW II" or "Religion and its influences…

Step 1: Write your rough draft based on the principles explained in this lesson.

Step 1: Write your rough draft based on the principles explained in this lesson. Your rough draft must include the following: Title Page Thesis; African American women played a major role in the women’s suffrage movement. They lead all black campaigns in the lower class neighborhoods advocating for 19th amendment to be enter into constitution. Without African American women campaigning for the vote, the 19th amendment would have never made it in the constitution. 10+ Pages (no less) Double Spaced…

Please read Chapter Chapter 7: Gender, Chapter 8: Sexuality Cultural Anthropolog

Please read Chapter Chapter 7: Gender, Chapter 8: Sexuality Cultural Anthropology: A toolkit for a Global Age 3rd edition  by Kenneth J. Guest After reading the assigned chapters write about recent cultural encounters involving gender and sexuality in your own culture. How does the anthropology approach change or modify your views on the cultural encounters occurring with gender and sexual minority groups?

Assignment Questions: 1 PARAGRAPH PER QUESTION 1. Why does Shipman argue that fi

Assignment Questions: 1 PARAGRAPH PER QUESTION 1. Why does Shipman argue that finding the first hominid is like hunting big game? Discuss his points on when this hunting begins, where it occurs, and what is being hunted. 2. According to the author, what are the four defining criteria of a hominid? Discuss each of them. 3. Who is Yohannes Haile-Salassie? What did he discover and what did it contribute to paleoanthropology? 4. Why are fossils so important in establishing scientific…

Reading Response #4: In Speech Play and Verbal Art, Joel Sherzer argues that “th

Reading Response #4: In Speech Play and Verbal Art, Joel Sherzer argues that “the study of people’s speech play gives us a glimpse of their coming to terms with their language and culture and is therefore a means of our coming to terms with their language and culture” (8). Engaging with our two lab examples (protest signs, storytelling) and at least one of our supplementary readings (Basso, Fox, Alim, Seizer, Bielo), address the following question: in what ways do you…

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https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:d8a0109b-8926-46a1-b918-44fe918f3fb3 Read this chapter from the book and use it as a source you need three strong points from the reading. Write a one page paper Discussing  the important role African American women played in the fight for women’s suffrage. How did their motivations differ from those of white women? Analyze Terborg-Penn’s endnotes. What primary sources does she use and how might they be helpful to your topic? Explain

Cultural anthropologists rely on ethnographic research methods, such as particip

Cultural anthropologists rely on ethnographic research methods, such as participant-observation and semi-structured interviews, to understand human behaviors and cultures. For this essay, you must conduct an ethnographic study of Starbucks. Questions that you might want to address include (but are not limited to): who uses this particular location, and for what purpose? How do people interact, and what do they share? How is space occupied (by gender, age, etc.)? What habits do people have, what do they talk about, and…

Answer the following questions in complete paragraphs: Explain the significance

Answer the following questions in complete paragraphs: Explain the significance of the case study by Elizabeth Chin about African American girls and their dolls in New Haven, Connecticut. How is “play” defined, and how does sport differ from “pure” play? What are myths? Can you think of something you conceived as “real”, and that, after reading this chapter you may think of it as myth? Describe each stage of a rite passage. And give various examples.

Written Activity #7: Guerrilla Anthropology & the “Backfire Effect” Several week

Written Activity #7: Guerrilla Anthropology & the "Backfire Effect" Several weeks ago, Dr. S talked of the "Backfire Effect," that is, the fact that just "telling the truth" or "showing facts" won't work with populations and communities who have generated alternate epistemologies.  In a world of fake news, alternative facts, and anti-science political and religious beliefs, what are we to do?  How does one get a message across at all that is based on anthropological data & discourses?  This is…