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Homework _26 - abortion clinic describe that space in about...

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Homework #26, English 102 Student’s name: ____________________ Point value: 10 points Incomplete: 0 points Complete and acceptable: 7 points Complete and outstanding: 10 points 1. Paper #3 requires you to identify a contact zone. Which two groups are coming into contact in the zone you are researching? 2. When did this contact occur? Identify dates as specifically as you can. For example, if you are analyzing the contact between student war protestors and National Guardsmen at Kent State University, you would note May 4, 1970 as your date. If you are interested in pro-life and pro-choice activists, you would identify 1973-present as your dates. 3. Where does contact occur? If it occurs in a geographic space (for example, at the border between India and Pakistan), describe that place in about 50 words. If it occurs in a diffuse space (for example, in an online community or at different sites that are, nonetheless, similar in their purpose—like the space outside an
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Unformatted text preview: abortion clinic), describe that space in about 50 words. 4. For paper #3, you will focus on how one group (the primary group) understands itself and how it engages outside understandings of itself (autoethnography). Which group is your primary group? How will you know if someone belongs to it? What definition will you use to define the group? How many members are in the group? What things do they do/habits do they display/roles do they take that tell you that they are part of the group? 5. For paper #3, you will discuss how a secondary group understands the primary group of your choice (ethnography). Which group is your secondary group? How will you know if someone belongs to it? What definition will you use to define the group? How many members are in the group? What things do they do/habits do they display/roles do they take that tell you that they are part of the group?...
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