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Unformatted text preview: 46.200 Principles of Cultural Anthropology Page 1 of 2 Research Paper: Immigration and Shadowed Lives Section 02 (Wed 6:30-9:30): Essay draft due April 13, and final paper due April 27 Section 03 (Tues, Thurs 3:30-4:45): Essay draft due April 14, and final paper due April 26 Goal of Exercise: Write a 5 to 8-page essay (1.5 or double-spaced, 12-point font) with an introduction, clearly structured body, and conclusion. The quality of your final argument will be judged on its clear, logical structure and your use of adequate, detailed examples and anthropological evidence from the Chavez book. I encourage you to make use of my office hours, the Writing Center, or another person to proofread and edit early drafts of your paper. You can work alone on this assignment, or you can work in small groups of up to four people. If you work together in groups of 2, 3, or 4, you will all share the same grade on the assignment, so be sure to choose group members who will carry their weight and who are willing to work with you, and perhaps a Writing Center tutor, to get both drafts in on time. Learning Objectives: By completing this assignment you will learn to do the following: 1) Gather and organize specific, detailed data and examples from at least one ethnographic source: Leo Chavez's Shadowed Lives: Undocumented Immigrants in American Society (second edition) 2) Use that data to answer questions provided below that are designed to guide your exploration of several aspects of immigration experiences, patterns, and policies...
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2009 for the course ANT 200 taught by Professor Beaule during the Spring '05 term at Bloomsburg.
- Spring '05
- Cultural Anthropology