澳洲essay代寫|對人種學研究項目的課程作業

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ETHNOGRAPHY
 
Research Project
 
200 points
California, and especially the Bay Area, offers a wide variety of religious, philosophic and spiritual movements.  Choose a classmate, family member, someone you know, friend, or even make a new friend, to be your primary or “key” informant, and become an anthropologist!  Firstly, look to yourself.  How has your worldview been colored by culture?  Identify your morals, values, (i.e. “rights and wrongs”) and any biases that might reflect on the religion/spirituality you will study. 
Make sure that your key informant has a religious or spiritual outlook that is different than yours!  What religion/philosophy/spiritual movement do they belong to?  What were your thoughts on this movement before you began this study?  Did your study help you to a better understanding of the movement?  Did you use “etic” or “emic” analysis (or both) and how effective did you find these methods?  Where and by whom is this movement practiced?  What are its rituals, credos, myths, symbols, taboos, deities/higher powers?  What are its origins?  How does it tie into/affect/is affected by the politics, law, economy, ethics, history, literature, art, music, funerary practices, diet, sex and gender of the encompassing society?  Conduct interviews, become a participant, if only for a day.  Be aware of ethnocentrism; describe and understand but do not judge.  Study what people believe, not whether or not what they believe is true. 
For your Ethnography, you will most likely be focusing on a very specific aspect of a big issue (i.e. why do so many believe in a god/higher power)? While you may not come up with "the" answer, try and reach toward new questions and new perspectives on a problem. Support your ideas by well-chosen evidence; ideas are linked with other ideas, sources with other sources. An "A" Ethnography has a richly developed central idea; shows a detailed understanding of the subject; has sound organization; has few if any grammatical or mechanical errors. A lively, original voice speaks; it has something special to say, says it well, and supports it fully.
Due Date: Thursday, December 2nd 
Requirements:
• 8 pages, double spaced, 12 pt. font, one-inch margins.
• Clear structure
o Introduction, Guiding Question, Thesis Statement, Body Paragraphs, Conclusion
 Underlined Thesis Statement
• Anthropological Theory (Functional, Psychological, Interpretive, Structural)
• Interviews
• Fieldnotes
• Documents
• Footnotes
• Bibliography (at least 5 non-internet sources, i.e. books, periodicals, magazines, pamphlets, journals).
Ethnography Grading Rubric
• Introduction 30 pts
o Reflexivity: 10 pts.
 A discussion on your own background: Recognizing your own cultural position and how it may affect your research. 
o Guiding Question: 10 pts
 What questions about your subject’s religion/spirituality do you want to answer?
o Thesis Statement: 10 pts
 After conducting your Ethnographic research, what is your answer?  What will your paper be trying to say?
• Body Paragraphs 40 pts
o Background Research: 10 pts
 BRIEF!  This section is only meant to place your fieldwork in context.  Here is where you discuss most of your 5 book/journal/magazine (non-internet!) sources.  Please do not plagiarize!  Read your sources and then put them away, summarizing them via your own memory.  Insert quotations or passages where and when necessary (creating proper in-text citations).
o Fieldwork: 30 pts
 How your fieldwork helped to create your thesis.  I am specifically looking for:
• Questioning:  Asking important questions and raising debatable issues.
• Fairness of Presentation:  VERY IMPORTANT!!! Acknowledging/clarifying relevant contrary opinions, competing interpretations, or alternative points of view and, where appropriate, accepting multiplicity (rather than black and white thinking).  Your readers must be provided with enough counter-evidence and data to draw their own conclusions without simply relying on your interpretations.
• Arguments:  for your thesis are coherent.  Your stance/position is supported with relevant reasons and ample evidence. 
• Ideas:  are organized into appropriate and coherent patterns (titles, sub-headings).
• Evidence:  Interviews!!!, excerpts from fieldnotes, quotes, information from documents, pictures, diagrams, etc are included and interpreted in fair and accurate ways. Validity and credibility of sources and material used for support or evidence (i.e. YouTube, 2nd/3rd hand sources, etc.) is evaluated.
• Data:  How many people you interviewed, how many times you visited, how much material you have is organized either in charts or clearly within the paper. 
• Conclusion 30 pts
o General:  10 pts
 Implications and Consequences of your Thesis are addressed.  Did your Thesis prove correct?  Why or why not?  
 Ideas, opinions and information from both your written sources and your personal (Interview) sources are synthesized and reconciled. 
o Placing your individual study in a wider context:  10 pts
 A potential problem within the realm of Anthropology that you may have uncovered during this assignment is assessed or solved. What other research can be done to help solve this problem?
 Human Universals: What did you uncover?
o Social Awareness and Self Perception:  10 pts
 Demonstrating how this assignment, and the concepts learned in class have helped to orient yourself, your values, your knowledge and your beliefs within worldwide human culture.
• General 50 pts
o Includes In-Text Sources: 15 pts
 Texts and resources are documented appropriately (avoiding plagiarism).  Uses a uniform style for all in-text references.
o Terms/Ideas from class synthesized: 15 pts
 Demonstrates an understanding of the terms, concepts and principles brought up in class and the text.
o Writing (grammar/punctuation/style):  College-level: 10 pts
o Exhibits insight and independent thinking/original ideas:  10 pts.
• Appendices 50 pts.
o Bibliography (at least 5 non-internet sources): 30 pts.
o Fieldnotes: 20 pts
Grand Total: 200 pts
人種學
 
研究項目
 
200點
加州,特別是海灣地區,提供各種各樣的宗教,哲學和精神運動。選擇一個同學,家庭成員,你認識的人,朋友,甚至結交新朋友,是你的小學或“關鍵”線人,并成為一個人類學家!首先,看看自己。你的世界觀是如何被著色文化?確定你的道德,價值觀,(即“是非”),你將學習上的宗教/靈性任何偏見,可能反映。
請確保您的關鍵線人有比你的不同宗教或精神面貌!他們屬于什么宗教/哲學/精神運動嗎?什么是你對這項運動的看法之前,你開始這項研究?你的研究將幫助您更好地理解的運動嗎?你用“客位”或“主位”的分析(或兩者),以及如何有效,你發現這些方法呢?在哪里,誰是這個運動的實踐嗎?其儀式,信條,神話,符號,禁忌,神/更高的權力是什么?它的起源是什么?它是如何扎入/影響/受政治,法律,經濟,倫理,歷史,文學,藝術,音樂,陪葬習俗,飲食,性別和性別的無所不包的社會?進行采訪,成為其中的參與者,哪怕只有一天。要知道民族優越感;描述和理解,但不判斷。研究人們相信什么,不在于是否他們認為這是真的。
對于你的人種,你將最有可能集中的一個大問題(即為什么這么多相信神/更高的功率),一個非常具體的方面?雖然你可能不會拿出“”答案問題上走向新的問題和新的觀點,試圖達成。由精心挑選的證據支持你的想法,想法與其他的想法,與其他來源的來源。一個“A”人種具有豐富開發中心思想的主題顯示了一個詳細的了解,有健全的組織機構,有幾個如有語法或機械的錯誤。一個活潑,原來的聲音說話,它有一些特別的東西,說,說得好,它完全支持。
截止日期:12月2日(星期四)
要求:
•8頁,雙倍行距,12磅。字體,一英寸的頁邊距。
•結構清晰
o介紹,指導性問題,論文聲明,車身段,結論
下劃線的論文聲明
•人類學理論(功能,心理詮釋,結構)
•訪談
•田野筆記
•文件
•腳注
•參考書目(至少5個非互聯網來源,即書籍,期刊,雜志,宣傳冊,期刊)。
人種學分級專欄
•介紹30
Ø自反性:10點。
討論自己的背景:認識自己的文化地位,以及它會如何影響你的研究。
Ø指導性問題:10
你要回答什么問題,你的主題宗教/靈性?
Ø論文聲明:10
進行人種學研究后,你的答案是什么?將您的文件有什么想說的嗎?
•車身段40點
O背景研究:10
簡介!本節只是放置在上下文中的實地考察。在這里你討論最多的5本書/期刊/雜志(non-internet!)來源。請不要抄襲!閱讀源,然后把它們帶走,總結他們通過自己的記憶。插入報價或段落,并在必要時(建立正確的文本引用)。
Ø實地調查:30點
實地考察如何幫助建立你的論文。我專門找:
•問:提出重要的問題,并提出有爭議的問題。
•公平呈列:非常重要!!,承認/澄清有關相反的意見,競爭性解釋,或不同的觀點,并在適當的情況下,接受多樣性(而不是黑與白的思維)。你的讀者,必須提供有足夠的反證和數據得出自己的結論,而不單純依靠你的解釋。
•參數:你的論文是一致的。相關的理由和充足的證據支持你的立場/位置。
思路:被組織成適當的和連貫的模式(標題,小標題)。
證據:訪談!,摘錄田野筆記,報價,從文件的詳細信息,圖片,圖表等,都包括在內,公正和準確的方式解釋。用于支持或證據(即YouTube,2nd/3rd的第一手貨源,等)的來源和材料的有效性和可信度進行評估。
數據:有多少人采訪,你有多少次訪問,多少材料,你有圖表或明確組織內的文件。
•結論30
o一般:10
你的論文的影響和后果得到解決。你的論文被證明是正確的?為什么或為什么不呢?
想法,意見和信息從您的書面資料和個人(面試)來源合成并不甘心。
Ø將您的個人研究在更廣闊的范圍內:10
人類學的領域內,你可能已經發現在這個分配評估或解決一個潛在的問題。可以做什么其他的研究,以幫助解決這個問題呢?
人類共性:你發現了什么?
Ø社會意識和自我認知:10
示范如何分配,以及在課堂上所學到的概念也有助于確定自己的方位,你的價值觀,知識和信仰的世界人類文化內。
•50點
o包括文字來源:15點
文本和資源的適當記錄(避免抄襲)。使用統一的風格,都在文本引用。
Ø條款/從類合成的思路:15點
演示在課堂上提出的術語,概念和原則和文字的理解。
Ø寫作(語法/標點符號/風格的):大專級:10分
Ø展品的洞察力和獨立思考/獨到的見解:10點。
•附錄50點。
Ø參考書目(至少5個非互聯網來源):30。
ØFieldnotes:20點
總計:200點

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