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Unformatted text preview: Use the JSTOR and Anthrosource databases in addition to books for complementary literature. Certainly look back over the material you have learned in the class (notes and study guides) to see what helps explain the phenomenon you observed. 5. Interpretations/Reflections. This is really the second, more speculative part of the analysis--how you look “out from” your analysis and interpret how what you found fits into a larger society. In this section you should also reflect upon what you learned about the world around you through completing this assignment. Did you learn about yourself as an observer? As a member of the community? Did you learn anything about the community? What did you learn about “American culture,” and/or its various sub- and micro-cultures? Your report must be typed and referenced; photographs and sketches may be included. Most papers run between 10-15 pages, excluding bibliography. A consent form must be attached!...
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course ANTH 11 at San Jose State.