Humanities: Anthropology


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professor’s words
The main thing with Part 1 is to answer the questions. The first three are, as I mentioned in the overview (in class and on the instruction sheet), DESCRIPTIVE. So describe! Be precise. What changed, when did it change. If numbers are involve, use them! Not sure what else to say here, but be precise. Imagine you are in court, if that helps. Number 4 is more of a weaving together of numbers 1-3. In other words, you are considering the various lines of information and how they inter-relate. For example, as corm (maize) use becomes more prevalent, is there a change in residential (site) habitation)? Etc. This is where you consider the entire package of things and how they may be (are) dependent upon each other in bringing about cultural CHANGE. Also, note that this whole exercise is about explaining change, ultimately, and so you should be aware of purpose: what is the main question or questions at stake here? Keep in mind that these ancient peoples started off early as hunters and gatherers (band level) and through time became sedentary agriculturalists (tribal and then chiefdom). So the question is, then (at least one BIG question), how and when did that come about? One final point here. RESIST The urge to be ethnocentric or culturally ignorant when describing and explaining. As time went on, the people involved did not not “get better” or “become smarter” or attain some “sophistication” when compared with their ancestors. We are explaining change here, nor some western based moral imperative to become sedentary mass consumers of resources. There is a steady decline in heath and a whole lot more labor involved in becoming sedentary after leaving hunting and gathering. So resist the urge to expose ignorance on your part by saying their lives “improved.” That’s blatantly false.

Okay, part 2. This is SIMPLY a formal write up and expanded version of part 1. Include graphs to highlight the numerical data (&s, etc) where applicable, and visuals you wish to add (say, a map?), etc. Put these right into the report and with a caption for each. Part 4 should be your emphasis, with at least a page or more of the total 5 pages devoted to it. I would shoot for 1.5-2 on that one. You should have an intro: what is the topic? What are the questions? What kinds of data are involved? How will they be assessed. The latter two of these cam be rolled into some basic statement (a few sentences) like a research design. At the end, you should also have a conclusion where you restate the original purpose and question/s and provide some answer with respect to your findings. Presto! Done.

 

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