ANT2416 Assignment 1

ANT2416 Assignment 1 - ANT 2416 CAW Spring 2008 NAME Chris...

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ANT 2416 CAW NAME : Chris Sellecchia Spring 2008 ASSIGNMENT # 1 28-Up In “28-Up” Michael Apted interviews 14 individuals at 7 year intervals. In order of appearance, the interviewees are Tony, Bruce, Suzi, Nick, Peter, Paul, John, Andrew, Charles, Neil, Jackie, Lyn, Sue and Simon. From the following list, answer 3 or more questions that give you a chance to express some interesting things you learned and/or some new understanding you achieved after viewing and thinking about this video. Your total word count (for all 3 questions) should be no less than 500 words. 1. The videos shift between conversations (and views) of subjects when they are children , adolescents or adults , yet the viewer has no trouble distinguishing these three stages of the human lifespan. How do you (and everyone else) do this? What traits make it especially easy to distinguish a child (the 7 year old) from all the other ages (14, 21 and 28 years of age)? Consider the ways in which a child is different from an adult in body size & proportions, emotional expressiveness (e.g. exuberant vs. sedate), voice quality (e.g. high pitch vs. low pitch; talk fast vs. talk slow), body movements (e.g. fast/slow;
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