Capitalism

Congratulations! YOU have been hired by a big-name studio to produce a blockbuster movie on the impact of capitalism, nationalism, or modernity (pick one only) on human society. How would you use this opportunity to introduce your audience to the social and/or cultural implications of this modern phenomenon, as it is understood by Ellen Wood,… Continue reading Capitalism

Paper

PLEASE RESPOND TO TWO OF THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS. EACH RESPONSE SHOULD BE IN AN ESSAY FORM (INTRO, SUPPORTING PARAGRAPHS, CONCLUSION). PLEASE CITE SOURCES. EACH ESSAY SHOULD BE NO SHORTER THAN 1000 WORDS AND NO LONGER THAN 1500 WORDS. ** YOU MAY ONLY USE THE FOLLOWING ATTACHED MATERIALS FOR REFERENCE (READINGS/FILMS/NOTES; EXTERNAL SOURCES NOT ALLOWED** https://thisishell.com/interviews/1082-jenny-brown… Continue reading Paper

Primate Term Paper Begin writing after going through chapter 7

Primate Term Paper Guidelines For Physical Anthropology Primate Term Paper (80 Points Possible) Your primate research project will consist of four stages: the first stage involves picking a topic which deals with primate evolution and getting some preliminary background information on the subject from your textbook. The second part involves going to the library and/or… Continue reading Primate Term Paper Begin writing after going through chapter 7

Reparation

Reparation are actions in the past that were injust. This is often done for actions by the state or a large group of people: These are examples for reparations: Return of indigenous land: State Lands Commission Announces Return of Native American Tribal Land in Central California https://slc.ca.gov/press-release/return-of-native-american-tribal-land-in-central-california/ Germany agrees to pay Namibia €1.1bn over historical… Continue reading Reparation

Detachment and Engagement

Part1: Answer the following question: Anthropologist Laura Nader writes that anthropology “values both detachment and engagement.” Why is this particularly challenging in a profession that relies on participant observation? Explain why? Laura Nader’s Website at UC Berkeley: https://anthropology.berkeley.edu/laura-nader Part 2: Respond to 2 other students’ posts in this discussion. (students’ posts are not yet available… Continue reading Detachment and Engagement

Medical Anthropology

Medical Anthropology, as a component of Applied Anthropology, often uncovers aspects of systems that were not previously considered from the perspectives of many people who need to utilize them. Step 1: Read the article on Medical Anthropology and Diabetes. https://www.sapiens.org/biology/diabetes-medical-anthropology/ (Links to an external site.) Step 2: Read this article about the Central Valley. Valley… Continue reading Medical Anthropology

Primate Adaption Assignment

What is the difference between a “derived” versus a “primitive” trait? Give an example of both seen in Au. afarensis. 1st Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehV-MmuvVMU 2nd Source: https://explorations.americananthro.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Chapter-08.pdf

Cultural Anthropologie

The Questions Below. One Page for Each Question Do men and women speak different languages? How is this linguistic disparity explained by Dr. Deborah Tannen, and how can men and women begin to learn to overcome such tremendous communication difficulties? In working with kinship systems in cultural anthropology, please define the following terms: consanguine; affinal;… Continue reading Cultural Anthropologie

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