Writing an Ethnographic Research Proposal
Conducting an ethnographical study is a time consuming
process and a full-time job for most anthropologists. In
order to get the funding you need for research materials
and living costs, anthropologists need to wr
One Bride for 2 Brothers: A Custom Fades in India
By LYDIA POLGREEN
Are Love and Marriage Like A Horse and Carriage?
Love and marriage are not like a horse and carriage.
Published on February 12, 2010 by Aaron Ben-Zev, Ph.D. in In the Name of Love
"Love and marriage, love and marriage
Go together like a horse and c
Forms of Marriage
1. How has your view of polygyny changed? (Reference your previous view as well as
positives and negatives)
2. What have you learned about polyandry? Why does polyandry occur? What are some
positives and negatives?
Anthropology: Marriage and Kinship
NatGeo TABOO: Marriage
After watching the Taboo: Marriage, answer the following questions.
1. Why are each of the marriages described in the episode taboo?
2. Which of the three marriages do you find the most tabo
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
1. How does Toulas father view marriage? What is important to him in a marriage for his
2. What are the dynamics of marriage in the Greek American culture as seen through
the mother and the aunts marriages?
April 18, 2004
IF YOU'RE THINKING OF LIVING IN | LIVINGSTON, N.J.
On Stagecoach Route, a Commuter Haven
By JERRY CHESLOW
AGESH AGARWAL likens his home-buying experience in Livingston, N.J., to combat. After losing several
houses rather than enter into bid
LHS Ethnography Questions
Was the ethnographic process difficult? Were you able to separate yourself from the
situation and be objective? Why or why not?
Did what you observe at your placement coincide with your ideas of American high