Anthr 102 Lecture Notes 8 - Exchange and Personhood I Class...

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1 Exchange and Personhood I Class 8 Midterm Exam—Feb. 25 in class Closed book, closed notes 15 minutes of multiple choice questions Three short answer questions One longer essay question At exam: Read instructions slowly and carefully Write your name on every page Write on only in the space provided Save time to review your answer How to prepare Study your notes from lecture and section—what are the main themes of each class? Key terms? How does each class build on the next? Go over the readings carefully What are the main points of each? How are they related to each other? Compare and Contrast Are they saying the same thing in different ways? How do they differ, or complement each other? Compare the ethnographies and the theoretical pieces How do the ethnographies support the points in the theoretical readings? Compare and contrast the ethnographies, methodologically and substantively
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2 Mid-term exam procedures No make-ups without proper documentation, provided in advance of the exam. Contact Adriana Chira, ac426@cornell.edu
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2008 for the course ANTHR 1400 taught by Professor Riles, a during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Anthr 102 Lecture Notes 8 - Exchange and Personhood I Class...

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