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please read instruction thoroughly! I will post the reply as soon as you complete this. Then I will write back to you and show you 2 classmates that will need the response.Thanks. I hope you enjoyed reading this book! As I mentioned in the Guideline document there are so many aspects of this book we… Continue reading please see instructions

Studying Change

Purpose: Anthropologists study many different aspects of humanity in order to fully understand the diversity of the human species. Remember, evolution can apply to both physical and societal changes, so things like language and customs can evolve just as much as bodies and brains. In this assignment, you will examine how anthropologists from two different… Continue reading Studying Change

Throughout the course we will be watching short documentary films produced by bo

Throughout the course we will be watching short documentary films produced by both Indigenous and non-Indigenous filmmakers. These films will relate to the weekly themes outlined below and provide students with a variety of perspectives on issues raised in class. In this assignment students are required to write a critical response to one of the… Continue reading Throughout the course we will be watching short documentary films produced by bo

Make sure to read the book that is very important Your report should follow the

Make sure to read the book that is very important Your report should follow the format below: Introduction: a clear statement of the central theme, focus, issue, or problem the ethnographer investigated. Methods: describe the location, methods the ethnographer used to collect data (e.g., interview, observation) and the techniques (e.g., statistical, case study) used to… Continue reading Make sure to read the book that is very important
Your report should follow the

Compare anthropologist Napoleon Chagnon’s piece “Doing Fieldwork Among the Yanom

Compare anthropologist Napoleon Chagnon’s piece “Doing Fieldwork Among the Yanomamo” with the ethnographic film “A Man Called ‘Bee.’” In doing so, discuss two differences in each method of representing Yanomamo society and conducting fieldwork. What information does Chagnon provide in his writing that he leaves out of the film? Does Chagnon follow all the rules… Continue reading Compare anthropologist
Napoleon Chagnon’s piece “Doing Fieldwork Among the Yanom

Prior to writing: read chapter 10 and 11 in the “Our Origins” Book and the power

Prior to writing: read chapter 10 and 11 in the “Our Origins” Book and the powerpoints You can download the book from this link: http://library.lol/main/7D76B177BCC964AF170EA2F00792211A Instructions Part 1: Part 1 Analysis: (2-3 pages) In numbered sections please describe and discuss each of the following numbered hominins separately focusing on their place in the paleoanthropological record… Continue reading Prior to writing: read chapter 10 and 11 in the “Our Origins” Book and the power

You will write one section of this essay in each module of the course, but you s

You will write one section of this essay in each module of the course, but you should think about it as ONE essay that you continue to build on as we read additional sections of the book. The main focus of this four-part assignment is for you to apply the general concepts presented in our… Continue reading You will write one section of this essay in each module of the course, but you s

a critical analysis summation on the piece assigned in relation to some of the k

a critical analysis summation on the piece assigned in relation to some of the key thematics for this week: globalization, modernity, post-colonial democracy, white patriarchal supremacy, colonization, colonialism, western imperialism, western hegemony, manifest destiny, decolonization, counter-hegemony, genocide, ecocide and ethnocide. In other words, deconstruct, deconstruct, deconstruct. just pages 23-25 of the file