Participant Observation Project - Due December 7th
IMPORTANT: You MUST submit a proposal for a participant observation project before you
do your participant observation event.
Conducting field ethnography is an important aspect of being a cultural anthro
STUDENTS: This is the GENERAL EDUCATION ASSESSMENT 2016 for ANTH201: Introduction to
Sociocultural Anthropology: Ethnic Conflict Assignment
This is a college-wide required and college created assignment
This assignment is in four parts. Please see the Wee
Gebusi Reading Discussion Sheet
Due 11 p.m. on December10th
MAKE SURE TO INCLUDE PROPER CITATIONS OF SOURCES IN YOUR ANSWERS AND AT THE
END OF YOUR PAPER!
Some of your answers to these questions may be very short (one or two sentences.) For a few of the
Proposal for Participant Observation Project Due November 16th
Your main paper for ANTH 201 is a participant observation project. Participant Observation is a research
technique used by anthropologist to gain deep understanding of a culture.
As students i
Study guide for test 3- Anth1000c- Fall 2003
NB! Please note that the guide is more textbook oriented and does not contain
questions based on topics and issues which are dealt with exclusively in the class.
The answer sheet is available at the end of the
Study guide for kinship chapter.
Please note that these questions are based on the textbook and those which are
marked with * are not essential for the exam. Those marked with $ are
issues we did not talk about in the class but you better learn them from
Proposal for Participant Observation Project Due November 14th
Your main paper for AN 101 is a participant observation project. Participant Observation is a
research technique used by anthropologist to gain deep understanding of a culture.
As students in
IMPORTANT: You MUST submit a proposal for a participant observation project
before you do your participant observation event.
Conducting field ethnography is an important aspect of being a cultural
anthropologist. It is a challenging, often exciting, expe
Anthropology Matters Reading Sheet
During the semester students will fill out two reading sheets on chapters
from Anthropology Matters.
There are 12 chapters in the book, you can choose what two chapters you wish to
discuss. You only need to do two!
Explain Cultural anthropology: Ethnography, Participant observation,
Ethnographic interview.what else does an anthropologists add to her study to
make it thorough?
A field anthropologist is also known as an ethnographer
The culmination of months, even yea
What is human trafficking? What are the different types of trafficking?
Modern day slavery. People are taken against their will and sold to others. There
is labor trafficking and sex trafficking.
HT is the second largest money making industry - and it is
THE American anthropologist
Worked hard to bring the Native American culture to light
Cultural respect and relativity
Encouraged his colleagues to recognize the uniqueness and validity of
every cultural group
What is material culture? Give an example. Explain two different ways of
interpreting artifacts? How does this add value to anthropology or any other
Material culture- the physical evidence of a culture in the objects and
architecture they make, or
Describe the Weave in time as an anthropological study. Describe the change in
art and education as experienced by the Navajo. How has their perspective on
cultural identity changed over time. Why did Americans make them go to school?
What was that about?
Compare systems of making a living? Like hunting and gather/ foraging or
Horticulture- a mode of livelihood based on growing domesticated crops in
gardens, using simple hand tools
Explain the different types of reciprocit