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you can describe it. You may want to consider questions such as: What was your interviewee’s overall behavior like? What parts of the interview were challenging, and why? Did it go in any directions you had not anticipated? Grading & Submission:You have two options for submitting your interview notes: 6Anthropology 104 | Fieldwork Project 3
You can type your notes into the space below and upload your journal to the Canvas assignment for Journal 3.5 (doc, docx, PDF) ORyou can submit a photo/scan (pdf, jpg, jpeg, png, tiff) of your handwritten notes to the Canvas assignment for Journal 3.5.This assignment is graded for completion ("Credit/No Credit") and counts for 5% 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 12.Note:Journal 3.5 and 3.6 have the same due date. You need to submit both assignments to Canvas, even if your interview notes are included in the file you submit for Journal 3.6.*my interviewee lives in India currently (she is an international student) and she does not have great internet so we had to do our interview via a google doc, I asked her questions and then she responded and we talked about them using the chat feature, below I will paste the questions and answers from our discussion*Anthropology QuestionsWhat are your country's views on education? Do they consider it an important aspect in their culture?My country’s (India) view on education I feel is very narrow-minded and inflexible as only some professionals are highly respected and have higher job opportunities while others do not.Further, India’s education system is more of textbook learning until high school than more of applied or research based.Education is an important aspect in our culture as we believe that education is very important for successin the future in the context of either jobs or life.Why do you think your country views education in the way it does?I am not sure about this answer but I can say that our country is very diverse and has many different perspectives and opinions but only some of them get across the fight due to strongly rooted stereotypes in the society.Why did you decide to come to the US for your education?Well I decided to come to the U.S because unlike in India one can educate themselves via real life skills, research, and flexibility. For instance, I can take different courses like economics and biology together but here in my country that is not possible, we have to stick to only one or 2 subjects throughout university life.Why Madison in particular?UW-Madison has great research and job opportunities for my chosen major which is Genetics and Genomics. Moreover, it has a diverse student body and world class faculty who are both talented and caring.