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Introduction to Cultural Anthropolgy
Dr. Lagotte

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Introduction to Cultural Anthropolgy
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Date Created: 02/09/15
Anth 108 23 Culture quotSystem of knowledge beliefs patterns of behaviors artifacts and institutions that are created learned and shared by a group of peoplequot The croc pot in the begining The croc pot was developed by a jewish man who wanted to help his mother Jewish woman are not supposed to cook on the sabath and so they had to take meals in heavy pots to the baker where they would leave them in the oven to cook all day 0 First advertised to women as a way to make their lives easier so they would have time to do other work The croc pot expanding Over the years it became necessary for the market to expand to more than just stay home jewish house wifes It became marketed for working women as women started working day jobs before coming home and taking care of the family it became market as a way to still have a hot and ready meal even while you work all day Eventually it became marketed to men as well as way to make chili and dips during football season Now you can buy croc pots with your favorite football team logo on them How the croc pot is a cultural artifact It started as a necessity in a jewish house hold and expanded to all different cultures this is an example of how cultures can share knowledge and tools o If you look on the internet you can easily nd websites named quotcroc pot recipes for single dudesquot or quot croc pot recipes for the working momquot Is the croc pot helping feminism or hurting This is a tool that was labeled as a helpful tool for women however many feminists complain that it isn39t actually a help and only provided women with more tasks to juggle However it did allow women to start working and get out of the household setting Anth 108 25 Essay Sstructure paragraph with an opening middle and ending each with 23 sentences Body paragraph structure openingpoint you are trying to make middle with support citation end the end should provide a connection from the middle to the opening Writing schedule Day 12 write the essay Day 3checklist for content revisions Day 4checklist for structural revisions Day 5checklist for mechanical revisions Day 6use the whole checklist one last timecon rm formatting Day 7printsubmit This schedule proves the best opportunity for the student to get an A or B on the essay portion of this exam 108 semester project nd a cultural bound event within your own culture 1 2 3 Plan on spending at least an hour observinginteracting on the event While attending take scratch notes to remember the most important cultural events Using scratch notes to refresh your memory type up your recollection of people practices symbols sounds and everything you remember These detailed eld notes should be about 48 pages properly formatted They do not need to be formally written as they are your own notes Write an analytical paper using the vocabulary of the cultural anthropology talking about the event and what you thought about it o If you have any questions about this project please talk to a TA rst then to the professor Example ideas for project a church tattoo parlor music venue


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