Anthro 11 S 10 Culture and Identity Exercise

Anthro 11 S 10 Culture and Identity Exercise - Professor...

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Professor Salazar Cultural Anthropology Anth 11 Spring 2010 Ethnographic Exercise 1: Culture and Identity Interview Interview someone using the following questions. Do you best to make the person comfortable during the interview, and be sure to really listen to what they say. You may ask the person to elaborate on or clarify something they said, but do not lead them to the answers you want to hear. Take careful notes during the interview and/or tape record it; do not rely on memory. Interview 1. Where and when were you born? 2. When did you and/or your ancestors arrive in what is now the United States? 3. Where did you and/or your ancestors first settle in the U.S., and where have you and your ancestors lived in the U.S.? 4. Do you have relatives living in another country that you and/or your family keep in touch with? How? What things do you communicate about? 5. What factors or events “pulled” you and/or your ancestors to the U.S.? To where your family now lives? 6. What factors or events “pushed” you and/or your ancestors from your country of
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