To AVOID - SOME THINGS TO AVOID: Making statements you are...

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SOME THINGS TO AVOID: Making statements you are not capable of making: -This was fieldwork at it’s finest. Being Vague: -The people of the African tribe…, -The girl was very patient telling the story. -After reading passages on the different gender roles in other cultures, it is very clear that their traditional views are very different than the United States. -She was learning the traditions and the ceremonies of the African culture. Using big, empty statements: -But from reading the essays I have learned that there is much more that takes place than many people actually know. -They provided a lot of information, some that was unnecessary and others that were very educational. -This is interesting because… -This is an interesting and observant article… Using Cliches: -In America in this day and age… Being Inappropriate: -I bet you before this trip… -I do not know much about the history like how it began, … -These people basically stuff themselves with food… -When people think of traditional, old-school African villages,…
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ANTH 1202 taught by Professor Price during the Spring '08 term at Fairleigh Dickinson.

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To AVOID - SOME THINGS TO AVOID: Making statements you are...

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