FWP3 Angela Lee - Anthropology 104 Fieldwork Project 3 | Interview Project Journal Name TA Name Discussion Section Number Semester and Year Angela

FWP3 Angela Lee - Anthropology 104 Fieldwork Project 3...

This preview shows page 1 - 3 out of 8 pages.

Anthropology 104 Fieldwork Project 3 | Interview Project Journal Name: Angela Lee TA Name: Molli Pauliot Discussion Section Number: 331 Semester and Year: Spring 2021 Getting Started Welcome to your journal assignments for Fieldwork Project 3! Please add your information to this template (above), rename and save it in Microsoft Word .docx or .doc format. Make sure the filename includes your name and the name of the assignment (FWP3). (Example) FWP3 Wendy Liu.docx Submission: The project journal will be completed in several steps. You will be submitting this same journal file multiple times in different stages of writing, in response to each journal assignment below. If you do not submit the file to Canvas by the deadline you will not be awarded points for that journal assignment. For the first assignment you are only expected to complete Journal 3.1 (the others will still be blank). By the end of the project, all the assignments in your journal will be filled in. Journal 3.1 | Reading Response Instructions & Expectations for Journal 3.1 Before you begin this writing assignment, read the excerpt from The Land of Open Graves by Jason De Leόn (available as a PDF on Canvas). Write 2-4 sentences in response to each of the question below. The first question has been completed as an example. Grading & Submission: Save your journal and upload it to Canvas. For this assignment only Journal 3.1 of your journal will be complete; the rest will not be complete. This journal assignment is graded using a rubric and counts for 10% of the total grade of this Fieldwork Project. DUE DATE: This assignment needs to be completed by 11:59pm the day BEFORE your Discussion Section in Week 9 . (Example) What is De Leon’s main argument in his book? The U.S. government’s policy of “Prevention Through Deterrence” relies on the harsh conditions of the Sonoran desert to try to deter migrants from crossing into the country from Mexico. Migrants still cross there, however, and face extremely harsh conditions. Many people die on the journey. The Border Patrol blames the “natural” environment rather than addressing how their policies help lead to violence and death. 1. What were De Le n’s key research methods? Describe them. De Leon’s main research methods was interviewing the men and women involved in the process of migration. He conversed with them in various locations, such as bus stations, street corners, and restaurants. His conversations with them are unstructured, and he took in-depth notes and recordings of their interactions. 1 Anthropology 104 | Fieldwork Project 3
2. Why did De Le n chose to focus on Mimo’s and Lucho’s stories? Memo and Lucho were unique individuals whose physical appearances and mannerisms reflected the main topic of his research, the economic hardships faced by Mexican immigrants in the United States after the migration process. According to De Leon, their stories made a deep impression on him as an anthropological researcher, as they reportedly possessed a good sense of humor and tandem storytelling styles. Both of them also

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture