ANTH_115_Delta_Project_Guidelines_2009_1_28

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San Jose State University Department of Anthropology ANTH 115 Emerging Global Culture (Spring 2009) Delta Project Guidelines Dr. William J. Reckmeyer
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San Jose State University Department of Anthropology ANTH 115 Dr. Reckmeyer Emerging Global Culture Spring 2009 Delta Project - Step #1 Topics & Teams Agricultural Issues Infrastructure/Logistical Issues Childrens Issues Migration Issues Cultural Survival Issues Population Issues Economic Issues Poverty Issues Education Issues Religious Issues Elderly Issues Security Issues Energy Issues Social Issues Environmental Issues Technology Issues Health Issues Water Issues Hunger Issues Women’s Issues Directions 1. Consider the topics identified above and choose two or three that interest you the most. 2. The topics will be posted around the room during the 3rd class session. When instructed, go to the sign with the topic that you are most interested in studying. The professor may move students around in order to balance the teams, which is why it is important to have a second or third choice topic. Wait until the professor has approved your project team before signing up for the topic. 3. The people in this team will be your learning partners in this course for the rest of the semester. Introduce yourselves to each other. 4. Consider your topic within a global perspective and consider what concerns you about this topic. Reflect on the perspectives you bring to the topic and how you want to use them during your project effort together.
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San Jose State University Department of Anthropology ANTH 115 Dr. Reckmeyer Emerging Global Culture Spring 2009 Delta Project - Step #2 Issues & Priorities Team Topic Potential Issues 1. 2. 3. 4. Directions 1. Consider your topic within a global framework. Identify issues related to your topic that you personally find interesting enough to consider addressing in this project. 2. Meet with your team and discuss these issues with the rest of your colleagues.
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