ethnographic study theme chart

ethnographic study theme chart - E thnogr aphic T hemes...

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Ethnogr aphic Themes Environ ment Subsisten ce economy Keeping Order Leadershi p & Politics Social Relations within group Social Relations outside group Belief System Taboos & prohibiti ons Tools & Technolo gy Bambuti Nanook Hopi Kawelka Vikings Mycenaea ns Nyoro Aztecs Egyptians Guiding Questions Environment : Where does this group live? What kinds of flora and fauna are common to that area? What environmental challenges does this group face?
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Subsistence Economy : How does this group provide food for itself? Via foraging, hunting, agriculture, herding, tributes, etc? What are their staple foods? Keeping order : How does this group maintain order and peace? How do they settle conflicts? : What governing model do they follow (acephalous society, kingship, tributary state, etc.)? Who is in charge? How is that authority legitimized and/or perpetuated? What attitudes do group members have towards authority or authority figures? Social Relationships within the group
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2010 for the course MMW mmw1 taught by Professor Freidlander during the Spring '09 term at UCSD.

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