ANTH 1202.32B Introduction to Cultural Anthropology FDU-Florham, Spring 2008 Professor Jason J. Price email@example.com Class Hours: 12:45 2 pm, Monday & Thursday Room 103, New Academic Building Office Hours: 2 3 pm, Monday & Thursday Dining Ro
1. What kinds of values and behaviors does Klein see in the gym?
A: Bodybuilding has a paucity of formal relationships. Their approach to the
workout seems light by comparison with others. Sweating and grunts, bodily
functions that are at best only tolera
Language is one of important part of human. Anthropologists study language
and through it to understanding the social life and culture. It helps
anthropologists for a deeper study to how language shape peoples world view
and express their different value
Richard Lees work among the Ju/hoansi of southern Africa:
1. What kind of society do the Ju/hoansi have: In 1963, Ju/hoansi, were living in
camps based primarily on hunting and gathering. They grow crops and have herds yet
are all based on kinship and the
Shallow Discuss Female Circumcision in Africa
I peered between my legs and saw the gypsy woman getting ready.She
reached inside the bag with her long fingers, and fished out a broken razor
bladeHowever, I saw dried blood on the jagged edge of
Question 4: In bullet point from: What were some of the positive points about
their way of life before it changed so drastically and some of the negative points?
Set up two columns: pluses and minuses.
1. They maintained foraging for a li
Summary of the symbolism and use of electricity in Amish
It is more accurate to say that Amish use electricity selectively. There are types of
electricity are used selectively or modified to fit Amish purposes. In keeping with
their basic lifesty
GENERAL ADVICE FOR RESPONSE WRITING; 1) I will work with any of you closely on your writing if you wish. It is up to you. 2) Be professional in your header and format: include name, date, the class, the assignment a one-inch margin, 12pt/times font,
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 r
REVISION KEY: AWKD: -Because Mr. Gmelch decides one year to study his students. ?: -As most of the anthropology culture is aware, . -Overall, I liked the articles that provided new information. -Things that Western civilization do not understand are
What is Tannens main point?
After analysis a large number of actual conversations from different peoples daily
life, Tannen points out that even they are growing up in the same culture and using the
same language, the conversational style between women an