1-26 Anth 203 lecture
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12615 Monday Cont of section 1 feel free to ask questions go through questions in reading articles jot down notes in articles Write down own questions Avoid ethnocentrism by knowing what it is and recognizing it Same thing but selfnoticing it Mutilation or circumcision It is genital mutilation because the intent is not to harm But circumcision is mild In some places both types of circumcision Male and Female are illegal People see male circumcision as part of the religion Gender dominance female circumcision is not viewed as a whole because of gender inequality 90 of females do this Even if illegal there was only 1 trial in court Doctor went to court because a child 13 year old shehe had performed on died so there was a trail People are afraid of impressment if they do it on someone so it was pushed it underground Anthropologists look at ties They trace out history and what role it s fulfilling Status marriage age transition They try to understand everything When we talk about education there is a different path to wealth Applied Anthropology Often see as the 5th sub field of anthropology Uses anthological knowledge and methods from the 4 subfields to solve practical problems often for a specific client What can an anthropology bring to an issue Anthropologists try to make a change Skutter Probably misspelled and was not on PowerPoint was involved with a research project Since 1950 they have seen the changes between when they a village were forcefully relocated due to a dam that would cause floods This had negative impact on the people Skutter was a voice for organizations by kind of acting like a translator and who had a role in making dam n 20004 there was compensation and impacts Questions of Ethics Anthropologists have obligations to Those whom they study Not to incriminate them Like in crack Made sure unrecognizable so uses synonyms or different names Had to form trust and boundaries Didn t want to become involved so in the dealings of crack he decided to stay away Passbooks limited movement In Africa a City decided to label people by 5 criteria in race The people could be reassigned sometimes if someone evil wanted to do that to them by telling the government to run the tests again From this the government tried to channel resource to a small population in Africa This created some limitations for some people such as education People were basically ID and received different things because of it White would have a different education and had access to everything It is still active in some communities Here segregation Africa Segtie Still infect in many places Partide Those who fund the research There are many ways to get money for research There are many foundations and organizations and campaigns Idea ok I got this much money I don t have to work to get the results they want There is an obligation of going out and trying to answer a question For those in the profession who expect a study to be published so they can further the research in the field Don t come back and do nothing with data
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