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Paper Guidelines Critical Reaction Paper Guidelines Anthropology 101 5-6 pages Typed: double-spaced; no larger than 12 point font Must include a...

  1. Hi, I have a 5-6 page Anthro paper that I am hoping someone can help me out with, I am reaching out because I have 3 other finals I need to prepare for. Attached are the guidelines for this paper. It states that I must include details from class reading, video, lecture, etc, therefore I am only asking for someone to please write the skeleton of the paper (4 pages about) and I will fill in the paper with class material, but please be as detailed as possible. I believe majority of this paper can be written through basic knowledge on the topic. Please let me know of any questions/concerns, thank you! :)
Paper Guidelines Critical Reaction Paper Guidelines Anthropology 101 5-6 pages Typed: double-spaced; no larger than 12 point font Must include a bibliography and a title page Use proper citations : Chicago Style (citation guidelines pasted below.) Or you may use footnotes or endnotes if you are more comfortable with that type of citation. Each student is required to write a critical reaction paper, on one of the following prompts . Make sure you answer all parts of the question, and that you answer each part completly. It is critical that you develop an argument, thesis, or perspective that will serve to unify your critical reaction paper. You should have a strong introductory paragraph stating your thesis and brieFy outlining the territory you plan to cover in your essay. As you develop your theoretical argument(s), draw extensively on supporting ethnographic evidence from the readings, lectures, and videos. Be sure to incorporate the class readings, lecture material, and the concepts discussed in class within your analysis of the essay question. It is important that your paper convey that you have understood and see the connections between the lecture material, readings, in-class discussions, and the video . End your reaction paper with a concluding statement that indicates the signi±cance of your argument or thesis. Remember to always cite your sources . Detailed guidelines on writing a critical essay are provided below. 1. Discuss how the superordinate class maintains their “power and privilege”. How does the superordinate class exercise their power (via unequal access to resources, de jure and/or de facto discrimination; linguistic capital; and/or hegemonic ideologies) to maintain their position at the top of the class hierarchy? 2. How do gender ideologies and gender strati±cation (unequal distribution of socially valued resources, power, prestige, human rights and personal freedoms) e²ect the status of women and their (occupations , ed ucation,healthcare, social/cultural activities)? Guidelines on Writing a Critical Reaction Paper: *Make sure your paper is well organized, and write as clearly and concisely as you can. Additionally, please observe the following guidelines: 1) Develop either a thesis or an argument . State this in your opening paragraph in one or two sentences. Sometimes it is helpful to brieFy outline (in two or three additional sentences) how you will develop the argument throughout the body of the essay in order to give the reader a sort of "road map," though this is not critical if you have a clearly organized presentation. 2) Write a uniFed essay. That is, make sure that the thesis or argument serves as the central thread connecting the various parts of your essay. This entails having a strong introduction, a strong "body" (that you can divide up into subsections if you want), and a strong conclusion. Additionally, make sure you have transitions between paragraphs and between any subsections. 3) You should use the body of the paper to develop your supporting arguments and analyses, and to present your supporting examples. Draw out the key points and issues in the readings
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with respect to your argument. When you do summarize material from the readings, make sure that your summary is brief and to the point--avoid getting lost in the details. 4) Do feel free to use quotes, but only use them when the author you are quoting says something in such a profound or eloquent way that you want to capture their sentiment. Otherwise, paraphrase (though of course this still entails citing the author in question). 5) The American Anthropological Association has changed their citation style to the Chicago style. I copied and pasted the address for the Chicago citation guide, as well as provided some examples of how to cite books, and lecture below. You should write the paper using Chicago Style. Note that you always need to cite individual articles by author’s last name in edited volumes (i.e. One Author: MichaelPollan, The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals (New York: Penguin, 2006), 99–100.) Full citation guidelines may be found at http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html
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