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It’s a 3 credits bac-core class. Probably weekly quizzes, weekly discussions posts and maybe a final paper at the end of the term. The class is four week long. Let me know with the price if there is any of you are willing to help 🙂 And it is Anthropology class.

Yanomami/Yanomamo Ethnography Research Paper

Each student will select a specific culture and write a minimum 5 page paper (double spaced, 12pt., Times New Roman) describing it utilizing an anthropological perspective. You may select any culture or subculture to write your paper on as long as conducting the research does not pose a risk to you or anyone else. Emphasis should be placed on applying the course theories and perspectives to analyze the culture (you could discuss their language, symbols, economics, kinship system, religion, etc.). You are required to utilize a minimum of 3 outside scholarly anthropological sources in the paper, but be sure to cite everything properly using MLA format and include a works cited page. Do not use Wikipedia or Everyculture.com and if you do, be sure to place all direct quotes in quotation marks or significant points will be deducted. If you plagiarize, you will receive a zero on this paper.

Anthropology Assignment

PART I
Directions: Read the questions below and formulate a response to each that is at least one page in length. Please cite the textbook and external resources to support your answer (Wikipedia sources are not permitted). List each resource used at the end of paper in the reference list section. Please remember that you may utilize LIRN to help you search for resources. You can visit the Academic Resource Center for a guide on how to utilize LIRN successfully.
1. Contrast power and authority.
2. Contrast leadership in tribes and chiefdoms.
3. Describe two informal means of social control.
4. Describe and give an example of one dimension of social stratification.
5. What was the crime of Cephu, and how does the way the Mbuti dealt with Cephu illustrate informal means of social control?
PART I: Journal
Using a minimum of two resources (Wikipedia.com is not an option) write a 1 page paper in APA format to demonstrate what means are used in various societies to maintain social control. Cite real time examples to support your generalizations.

Ethnography

Ethnography and phenomenology both have roots in grounded theory. What aspects of the data collection and analysis procedures might prompt psychological researchers to act as Frost (2011) suggests and discount ethnography as a research approach? Why?
 
250 words, APA citations & references

Anthropology Prompt

Distinguish between sex and gender cross-culturally. AND delineate factors affecting gender roles cross-culturally. Remember to cite where to obtained text to support the statement.
 
If I can get this ASAP it would be great.

Anthropology Assignment

Anthropologists are interested in framing broad hypotheses about human behavior. In order to do this, it is imperative to use examples from multiple cultures to ensure that their conclusions are not grounded in a single case.
In this assignment, you will be taking on the role of an ethnologist, using multiple ethnographic accounts to study human behavior and culture.
Do the following:

  • Identify two to three societies to compare, such as an African society (for example, Ethiopian, Liberian, etc.), Indian, Chinese, Korean, or one of the many Native American groups (for example, the Cherokee, the Inuit, etc.).
  • Choose one aspect of human culture discussed in the course:
    • Domestic life and kinship
    • Subsistence and economy
    • Religion
    • Culture change

Using the module readings, Argosy University online library resources, and the Internet, write a research paper to include the following:

  • Describe the background information of each of the societies you have chosen. You need not analyze this background information, only provide details regarding these societies.
  • Analyze the aspect of human culture you selected for each of the societies.
  • Compare and contrast the similarities and differences between the societies in relation to the topic you chose—for example, standard of living, education, or employment opportunities.
  • Summarize and address human behavior in relation to your topic and based on your examples.
    • Address the realities of life for the cultures you have examined.
    • Examine some of the social problems and public policy issues that become apparent.

Your paper should have a title page as well as an introduction section. This introduction section should include the societies you selected as well as the human culture aspect you will be discussing and why it is relevant to anthropology. As an anthropologist, use relevant anthropological terms in your analysis.
Support your statements with examples and scholarly references.
Write a 4–6-page paper in Word format. Apply APA standards to citation of sources.

Ethnographic Comparison

Anthropologists are interested in framing broad hypotheses about human behavior. In order to do this, it is imperative to use examples from multiple cultures to ensure that their conclusions are not grounded in a single case.

In this assignment, you will be taking on the role of an ethnologist, using multiple ethnographic accounts to study human behavior and culture.

Do the following:

  • Identify two to three societies to compare, such as an African society (for example, Ethiopian, Liberian, etc.), Indian, Chinese, Korean, or one of the many Native American groups (for example, the Cherokee, the Inuit, etc.).
  • Choose one aspect of human culture discussed in the course:
    • Domestic life and kinship
    • Subsistence and economy
    • Religion
    • Culture change

Using online library resources, and the Internet, write a research paper to include the following:

  • Describe the background information of each of the societies you have chosen. You need not analyze this background information, only provide details regarding these societies.
  • Analyze the aspect of human culture you selected for each of the societies.
  • Compare and contrast the similarities and differences between the societies in relation to the topic you chose—for example, standard of living, education, or employment opportunities.
  • Summarize and address human behavior in relation to your topic and based on your examples.
    • Address the realities of life for the cultures you have examined.
    • Examine some of the social problems and public policy issues that become apparent.

Your paper should have a title page as well as an introduction section. This introduction section should include the societies you selected as well as the human culture aspect you will be discussing and why it is relevant to anthropology. As an anthropologist, use relevant anthropological terms in your analysis.

Support your statements with examples and scholarly references.

Write a 4–6-page paper in Word format. Apply APA standards to citation of sources.

Ethnographic Comparison

Anthropologists are interested in framing broad hypotheses about human behavior. In order to do this, it is imperative to use examples from multiple cultures to ensure that their conclusions are not grounded in a single case.

In this assignment, you will be taking on the role of an ethnologist, using multiple ethnographic accounts to study human behavior and culture.

Do the following:

  • Identify two to three societies to compare, such as an African society (for example, Ethiopian, Liberian, etc.), Indian, Chinese, Korean, or one of the many Native American groups (for example, the Cherokee, the Inuit, etc.).
  • Choose one aspect of human culture discussed in the course:
    • Domestic life and kinship
    • Subsistence and economy
    • Religion
    • Culture change

Using online library resources, and the Internet, write a research paper to include the following:

  • Describe the background information of each of the societies you have chosen. You need not analyze this background information, only provide details regarding these societies.
  • Analyze the aspect of human culture you selected for each of the societies.
  • Compare and contrast the similarities and differences between the societies in relation to the topic you chose—for example, standard of living, education, or employment opportunities.
  • Summarize and address human behavior in relation to your topic and based on your examples.
    • Address the realities of life for the cultures you have examined.
    • Examine some of the social problems and public policy issues that become apparent.

Your paper should have a title page as well as an introduction section. This introduction section should include the societies you selected as well as the human culture aspect you will be discussing and why it is relevant to anthropology. As an anthropologist, use relevant anthropological terms in your analysis.

Support your statements with examples and scholarly references.

Write a 4–6-page paper in Word format. Apply APA standards to citation of sources.

Anthropology Research Paper

Anthropology research paper

page- from 8-15 pages, Times roman 10 font.

From the three topics attached endeavor where possible to make connections/links between articles. In the body of the paper make sure that you provide page number

references when you are quoting directly (p. 12) <(like that). Include these main topics in the paper.

1)kind of ethnographic fieldwork did the author conduct? Is it clear how much time was spent doing ethnographic fieldwork? Also how does the author include themselves in the article (if they do at all)? Do they share in day-to-day work? Do they have a fictive kin status in the fieldsite where they conducted research? What events did they attend (on a regular basis?) in support of the research discussed in the article?

Do we get much of a sense of the anthropologist being present in the field or not?

(2)Methodsand Presentation Data: What kind of data did the author collect? And then, what did the author do with this data/ how was it analyzed? By data I mean the raw material the author collects that is what their findings are ultimately based on. Is their data based on

interviews with individuals? Attending church services? Listening to/recording radio or other media programs? Documents? Hanging out on a porch? A combination of resources? Photos/Figures/Maps/Tables: Also, in the article, does the author use photographs, drawings, and/or tables or figures? Photographs/figures can be a very important part of how the author helps makes their case/prove a point. Excerpts/Quotes: Also this is extremely important for 388, but also valuable in (480) what kinds of excerpts/direct quotes might an author include in their article?

Does the author include direct quotes from informants? … or excerpts of songs/prayers/texts? If the author does this, they are using primary datawords collected directly from a person or a spoken/sung/written text that is important/key to their discussion. Pay special attention to these, and try to find ways to include direct quotation from these kinds of passages in your paper. (Always include a page number reference when you quote directly from an article).

(3)The role of religion/major findings/authors contributions to anthropology of religion How EXACTLY is religion a part of the analysis? How is religion viewed/looked at? How is religion working in the particular case focused on in the articles youre looking at? How does it effect/inform social relations? Does the article focus on issues of belief or practice? In all scholarly articles like the ones you are reading for this assignment, authors will discuss both what their findings are as well as what is special or unique about these findings (their contributions). Findings: There may be one main finding, or several. In each case, the author will have conducted research that ultimately yielded some kind of report-able finding.

One tip on working on this project is to look at the conclusion before reading the

entire article so that you know what to anticipate so you can watch how the author develops their argument/discussion that leads up to their conclusion/findings. Contributions:In academic writing, it is important for authors to make some kind of claim not just about what their findings are, but regarding how their research and findings show or do something new. This something new or even just slightly different angle

is considered what they have contributed to the anthropological study of religion. What is the hook in each article youre focusing on that the author claims is special/new/has been previously overlooked/underappreciated, etc. The unique/special contribution could be very modest, but authors must always in some way make a claim about what they did that hadnt been done before. Warning: It is also an important part of academic writing to place oneself within a line or argument/theory. What that means is that much space in these articles will be devoted to some kind of engagement with theoretical argument. I am not asking that students report on this. This part of academic articles is typically full of difficult jargon for non-specialists and I dont expect you to engage with it or understand it all. Please dont stress about the theoretical arguments too much. Try to focus on the type of fieldwork anthropologists did, what kind of data they focused on and collected and described in the article, what their central findings seem to be, and how they claim they have contributed something interesting and new to an anthropology of religion.

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

ANT101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

 Social Groups
There are many different kinds of social groups in the United States: clubs, fraternities, gangs, counterculture groups, online communities, etc. Identify a social group that you are part of, and then discuss which of the social control mechanisms (mentioned in section 8.4 of the textbook) are applied in your group. Why do you think these forms of social control are effective?

Cosmic Creation Myths Across Cultures Paper

HUM 105 Week 2 Individual Assignment Cosmic Creation Myths Across Cultures Paper

Resources: The myths section of Big Myths website located athttp://www.bigmyth.com
Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper about two creation myths that address the following:
Pick at least two creation myths from two different cultures. For ideas, refer to this week’s readings and the myths section of the Big Myths website for animated presentations of many creation myths.
Which world or worlds, such as sky, earth, and underworld, are represented in the myths you chose? What are the elements of these worlds?
Describe the creators. Are the creators male or female, and of what significance is gender? Describe what they created, including the steps or cycles of creation. Also, include descriptions of any destroyers or destruction if applicable.
Include the role of cosmic occurrences or natural phenomena, such as celestial bodies, floods, rain, wind, and fire.
Compare the creators, creations, the steps or cycle of creation, and the cosmic elements of the two myths. What are the similarities and differences?
Format your citations and references consistent with APA guidelines.

Ethnographic Comparison

Anthropologists are interested in framing broad hypotheses about human behavior. In order to do this, it is imperative to use examples from multiple cultures to ensure that their conclusions are not grounded in a single case.

In this assignment, you will be taking on the role of an ethnologist, using multiple ethnographic accounts to study human behavior and culture.

Do the following:

  • Identify two to three societies to compare, such as an African society (for example, Ethiopian, Liberian, etc.), Indian, Chinese, Korean, or one of the many Native American groups (for example, the Cherokee, the Inuit, etc.).
  • Choose one aspect of human culture discussed in the course:
    • Domestic life and kinship
    • Subsistence and economy
    • Religion
    • Culture change

Using the module readings, Argosy University online library resources, and the Internet, write a research paper to include the following:

  • Describe the background information of each of the societies you have chosen. You need not analyze this background information, only provide details regarding these societies.
  • Analyze the aspect of human culture you selected for each of the societies.
  • Compare and contrast the similarities and differences between the societies in relation to the topic you chose—for example, standard of living, education, or employment opportunities.
  • Summarize and address human behavior in relation to your topic and based on your examples.
    • Address the realities of life for the cultures you have examined.
    • Examine some of the social problems and public policy issues that become apparent.

Your paper should have a title page as well as an introduction section. This introduction section should include the societies you selected as well as the human culture aspect you will be discussing and why it is relevant to anthropology. As an anthropologist, use relevant anthropological terms in your analysis.

Support your statements with examples and scholarly references.

Write a 4–6-page paper in Word format. Apply APA standards to citation of sources.

Introduction to Anthropology

This paper is to be at least 2000 words (approximately 6 pages), typed, double- spaced, size 10–12 font with reasonable sized margins (1”-1.5”). Spelling and grammar are important to any college paper and if you have significant grammar and spelling mistakes I will not release the payment.
 

This paper is going to be based on a personalized narrative of your informant’s experiences. It should present actual, lived experiences, beliefs and values from your informant’s own life. I will provide you with a recording of my interview with the informant.

Oral History – Senior Citizen
For this topic you will conduct an interview, take notes, and write up your findings in a
full five to seven page paper. Please also attach your interview notes to your final paper. You will be expected to utilize and apply anthropological concepts, which you have learned in this class, to your findings.
Your interview source should be a senior citizen, preferably a family relative or family friend, with whom you feel comfortable conducting an interview. The focus of your interview will be on what was life like for your interviewee when she or he was your “college age” (please note that they do not have to have actually attended college). What beliefs, activities, values, and hopes did your interviewee have at that time? In what ways does your informant feel that their values, beliefs and expectation have changed over time? Does he or she consider these changes to be a positive or a negative? Be sure to conduct your interview in an open-ended manner. Your goal here is to have your informant tell you as much about his or her young adult life experiences as possible, so don’t ask simple “yes” or “no” questions. Finally, compare his or her answers to your own life. In what ways are his or her responses similar to or different from your own life? Please attach your interview notes to your final paper.
 

Additional issues to keep in mind – This assignment should include a discussion opf key themes from our class. In other words, whether you choose to interview an immigrant or interview a senior citizen, you need to discuss a minimum of three issues from our class. These issues could include topics such as immigration experiences – sexuality, dating and marriage experiences – family and kinship experiences – economic (subsistence) experiences – the roles of race and ethnicity in the life of your informant (including the impact of racism and/or racial tension) – the social expectations of men and women (gender roles) as experienced by your informant- problems related to living in an increasingly industrialized society – social pressures related to the body – education experience- religious beliefs and experiences- or any other topic that we cover in class this quarter. Please be sure to discuss your informants own personal experiences as related to these key topics. Please focus on discussing how these issues personally effected your informant’s life.