ethn.outline - Anth 111 Comparative Cultures Fall 2007...

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Anth 111: Comparative Cultures Fall 2007 Ethnographic outline and framework for comparison Note: your ethnography may not have information on all these categories, do the best you can. I Background A. T ITLE B. A UTHOR C. D ATE FIRST PUBLISHED II Methods A. H OW LONG IN THE FIELD , HOW MANY TRIPS ? B. W HAT METHODS DID THE ANTHROPOLOGIST USE ? C. K INDS OF INFORMATION COLLECTED . III Cultural Categories A. K INDS OF BEINGS IN THE WORLD 1. Supernaturals a. relationships to human beings 2. Kinds of humans. List the different roles that people have in your culture and briefly describe how a good person in each role behaves. For example, a good man is brave, defends his honor, and supports his family through farming. . Your list must include: men; women; boys; girls; relevant kinship roles e.g. mother’s brother, fellow lineage member, expected marriage partner; any specialist – economic, political, or religious; other relevant groups of people, ethnic groups, classes, etc. a. gender relations (relationship between men and women and how characterized in local cultural terms) b. kin and non-kin i. is the culture organized in kin terms? ii. relationships between kin and non-kin (both within the society and with
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