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Anthropology 104 Fieldwork Project 1 | Commodity Chain Analysis Project Journal Name: Jenna Schiffman TA Name: Shahana Discussion Section Number: 307 Semester and Year: Fall 2020 Getting Started Welcome to your journal assignments for Fieldwork Project 1! 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 (FWP1). (Example) FWP1 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 1.1 (the others will still be blank). By the end of the project, all the assignments in your journal will be filled in. Journal 1.1 | Reading Response Instructions & Expectations Before you begin this writing assignment: Read the article “How Sushi Went Global” by Theodore Besto r. Download PDF from Canvas. Watch the NPR video series “Planet Money Makes A T-Shirt”. Follow links on Canvas. Write 2-4 sentences in response to each of the question below. The first question has been completed as an example. DUE DATE: This assignment needs to be completed by 11:59pm the day BEFORE your Discussion Section in Week 3 . (Example) How has the demand for tuna changed over time? Tuna has been a popular food in Japan for centuries. Today, millions of pounds of it are sold every day in Tokyo’s wholesale seafood market. In North America, sushi was a largely unheard during the early 20th century, but during late 20th century it became a trendy food in American cities, as well as in Europe and Latin America. Consuming sushi became a sign of class status, education, and taste, and so the demand for tuna grew and the price per pound became very high. 1. Describe the locations, technologies, and workers involved in producing tuna for sushi restaurants.
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twenty trucks lined up at the dock to look at just a couple of fish. It took not even an hour the get there, bid on the fish, and then leave. The fish are hauled in trucks, flown on planes, transported overseas, etc. Today’s technology has made tuna accessible anywhere in the world. 2. How does the fact that tuna is sold internationally effect fishers’ livelihoods?

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