102-25A Anthropology and Human Problems I

102-25A Anthropology and Human Problems I - 6% of children...

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Anthropology and Human Problems I strengths that anthropologists bring to the application of anthropology six examples of anthropology applied “I can see clearly now”
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strengths that anthropologists bring to the application of anthropology Attention to small-scale communities Insistence on prior detailed knowledge Sensitivity to cultural differences Appreciation of alternatives Recognition of systemic complexity
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six examples of anthropology applied Growing trees in Haiti HIV/AIDS in San Francisco Potato farming in the Bolivian Altiplano New houses for Apache Indians Modern medicine and traditional beliefs in Swaziland Anthropology and business
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“I can see clearly now” Franz Boas and “getting behind the veil” Cultural constructions, legitimating ideologies, and the “little engine that could”
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The Economic Mobility Project Pew Charitable Trusts Compared income of parents in late 1960s with income of children in late 1990s and early 2000s
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Unformatted text preview: 6% of children born in bottom fifth moved to top fifth 42% of children born in bottom fifth remained in bottom fifth Global studies bid in AZ legislature Proposal = 3 K12 schools where kids would begin a 2 nd language in kindergarten and 7 high schools with new international programs theres a lot of us here who are not internationalists. These schools actually havea United Nations flavor to them, and wereeducating Americans into Americanism, not internationalism. The International Baccalaureate A 37-yr old high school program with 759 schools in the US that teaches intercultural understanding, community service, and preparation for university work The International Baccalaureate is un-Americanit teaches students to see the American system of government as one among many, not as the only one that protects universal and God-given rights to property, to bear arms and free speech....
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