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ANP_201_Spring_2013_Extra_Credit_Option

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Unformatted text preview: e as a whole (see the syllabus for more details). The second half of your write- up should consist of an analysis of the film that discusses how the film relates TWO concepts we have discussed in class (for example: race, colonialism, social inequality, the one child policy, gender, religion, refugee experiences). You need to be specific as to which class concept you are referring to, and where that concept was discussed, (if in the readings, note the...
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