ant101 week2 assignment
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ANTlOl Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Locating Scholarly Resources Worksheet Page 1 of 2 Week 2 Assignment Locating Scholarly Resources Article 1 Bianchi SM 1999 Feminization and Juvenilization of poverty Trends relative risks causes and consequences Annual Review of Sociology 23 307333 Retreieved from the J STOR database Thesis Statement Trends in quotfeminizationquot and quotjuvenilizationquot of poverty showing that the relative risks of poverty increased for women in the 1970s but decreased for workingage women in the early 1980s Relative risks of poverty increased for children between the 1970s and 1990s particularly in comparison with the elderly Article 2 Apter A 2012 Matrilineal motives Kinship witchcraft and repatriation among Congolese refugees Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 18 1 2244 Retreived from EBSCOhost database Thesis Statement The significance of matrilineal descent among Congolese refugees in camp Kala Zambia Matriliny mattered in Kala motivated repatriation generating witchcraft accusations stemming from variations of the matrilineal puzzle ANTlOl Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Locating Scholarly Resources Worksheet Page 2 of 2 Article 3 Hurd DA 1997 The monster inside 19th century racial constructs in the 24th century mythos of Star Trek Journal of Pop Culture 32 1 2335 Retrieved from ProQuest database Thesis Statement Racial constructs in the nineteenth century presenting a detailed analysis of these racial constructs found in the motion picture Star Trek Stereotypes are still being created and used in the twentieth century
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