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Problem Statement: 400-500 words At least 2 grey literature or academic sources: You describe the specific problem and target population clearly. The problem is one that involves social, cultural, or behavioral issues. You use and cite at least two reliable and relevant sources. You fulfill the required word count. You use your own words (not… Continue reading You use your own words (not direct quotes).

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Paper 1 on an Urban Problem Course Learning Outcomes: Problem – Being able to ask important questions and to answer them with credible evidence is central to critical thinking; as well as to nearly any career or discipline. You will work this semester on recognizing the causes and consequences (Micro-level and macro-level) of numerous urban… Continue reading The example may be fairly large

After watching films, you will write a 400-word essay that demonstrates your critical thinking

After watching films, you will write a 400-word essay that demonstrates your critical thinking skills associated with the film’s content. In your essays, you should briefly summarize the film/podcast, provide reflective analysis, and incorporate anthropological terms and concepts relevant to the film/podcast’s themes. Youtube video: Appetite for Destruction: Eating Bluefin Tuna into Extinction by Munchies

Must be 250 words

After reading Introduction and Chapter 1, think about the concept of “essentialism”, the concept that everyone within a group (usually an out-group) shares the same characteristics or qualities. The author goes on to discuss how the differences between us are not usually natural but rather created through biases in society. Please review that part of… Continue reading Must be 250 words

This week the focus is on communication and language. The Textbook (Ch.4) indic

This week the focus is on communication and language. The Textbook (Ch.4) indicates that a significant amount of human communication is nonverbal, and identified various forms of nonverbal communication. Further, even when we do communicate verbally we use nonverbal methods to provide additional information. For this weeks’ post I want you to think about the… Continue reading This week the focus is on communication and language. The Textbook (Ch.4) indic

Option 1: Motel of the Mysteries is a well-known book among archaeologists (see

Option 1: Motel of the Mysteries is a well-known book among archaeologists (see basic descriiption in Smith, 2009). This humorous (now sadly out of print) book takes a look at how an archaeologist of the future might look at a late 20th century roadside motel. While our artifacts make sense to us, how might they… Continue reading Option 1: Motel of the Mysteries is a well-known book among archaeologists (see