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Dahlquist 1 Janet Dahlquist Professor Mitchell Anthropology 105C 5 November 2013 Observation Assignment 1. Look at the impediments or difficulties a mobility-impaired person would have in an ordinary day in your life. Notice space and movement. In an ordinary day of my life I wake up at 5:00 AM, get ready for the day, and make breakfast. I leave the house at 6:20 AM and drive to work, which begins at 7:00 AM. Though some might think this is a very early time to be awake, it is important for me to be on time because my work involves helping young children get ready for school in the mornings—among other things. From 7 AM to 8 AM, I busily move from room to room, making sure each child is dressed and ready to go—simultaneously packing lunches and keeping peace between the children. But the real work begins after 8 AM, when the house is completely silent except for the sounds of the dishwasher, washer, dryer, vacuum, and myself as the house soon becomes clean. This goes on until 12 PM, at which time I drive home to prepare for classes.
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