Ethnographer Warm-up Project

Ethnographer Warm-up Project - Roshni Sheth August 8, 2009...

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Roshni Sheth August 8, 2009 Anthropology 101-618 I chose to observe my car ride home with 3 other people for Labor Day weekend, who are all freshman in college. Person A, the girl that drove, is my 17 year old, African American suitemate. She comes from a middle class family. Person B is my 18 year old, East Indian roommate, who also comes from a middle class family. Person C is an 18 year old Caucasian male, who lives in our building and is friends with the three of us. Persons A, B, and C are all of middle class. The evident binary oppositions are the Persons A and B are female and minorities, and Person C is male and Caucasian. It was Person A and Person C’s first time home since school has started. All of us had made the plan to leave for home around 1:00 p.m. on Friday. Since we did not leave until about 4:00 p.m., Person A and Person C were somewhat agitated from the beginning. Also, since Person A uses a different towel every day, she had a large amount of laundry, making it difficult for the rest of us to fit all of our stuff into the car. This
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