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  1. Ant 101 ASH Course Tutorial For more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com

  2. Ant 101 ASH Course Tutorial ANT 101 Entire Course (Ash course) ANT 101 Week 1 DQ 1 Cultural Relativism (Ash course)of Information Systems and Technology Paper • ANT 101 Week 1 DQ 1 Cultural Relativism • ANT 101 Week 1 DQ 2 Studying Culture • ANT 101 Week 2 DQ 1 Foraging Societies • ANT 101 Week 2 DQ 2 Economic Concerns • ANT 101 Week 2 Critical Thinking Paper Kinship Organizations • ANT 101 Week 3 DQ 1 Social Organization • ANT 101 Week 3 DQ 2 Doing Business with Family • ANT 101 Week 3 Rough Draft of Final Cultural Research Paper • Cultural Relativism. Cultural Anthropology gives three distinct meanings of cultural relativism: a moral stance that requires anthropologists to suspend moral and ethical judgments when interacting with a culture different from their own, a methodological strategy that allows the anthropologist to pay specific attention to the uniqueness of a culture, and an epistemological position that cultures are unique and therefore knowledge about of relativism.

  3. Ant 101 ASH Course Tutorial ANT 101 Week 1 DQ 2 Studying Culture (Ash course) ANT 101 Week 2 Critical Thinking Paper Kinship Organizations (Ash course) • Studying Culture. Choose one of the "Consider This" boxes that Nowak and Laird present us with in Chapters 1 and 2 of Cultural Anthropology, or discuss the topics below from the film Margaret Mead: Coming of Age, available in the Films On Demand database, in the Ashford Online Library. • The topics covered are: • a. Whether the UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights should be applicable to all cultures • b. Whether it is possible to truly view a culture without being influenced by the cultural constructs of our own culture • Resource: Riordan Manufacturing Virtual Organizationhttps://ecampus.phoenix.edu/secure/aapd/CIST/VOP/Business/Riordan/Internet/IndexPort.htmReview the following scenario:You are an employee of Riordan Manufacturing, which has just gone through a company reorganization. You have been reassigned to a different position and are now the information technology (IT) assistant project director. Your supervisor has informed you that the company is expanding and will open a new office in Seattle, Washington. You have been tasked

  4. Ant 101 ASH Course Tutorial ANT 101 Week 2 DQ 1 Foraging Societies (Ash course) ANT 101 Week 2 DQ 2 Economic Concerns (Ash course) • Foraging Societies. Answer one of the following four questions posed by Nowak and Laird, in Cultural Anthropology, at the very end of Chapter 3: • a. What can we learn from studying foraging societies? Is there anything we can learn regarding our relationship to the environment, or our family members, for example? • b. What is the ethnographic present? Do you think that the use of the ethnographic present in the film The Gods Must Be Crazy is appropriate, or do you think Lee's criticisms are valid? • Economic Concerns. You have two choices for this discussion. • a. Choose one of the following questions raised by Nowak and Laird in their "Consider This" boxes, in Chapter 4, of Cultural Anthropology. Be sure to indicate at the outset which question you are answering. Read the original question and relevant information in Chapter 4 before answering the question you choose. Your answer should give clear examples, include cross-cultural comparison,

  5. Ant 101 ASH Course Tutorial ANT 101 Week 3 DQ 1 Social Organization (Ash course) ANT 101 Week 3 DQ 2 Doing Business with Family (Ash course) • Review the Week Three objectives and discuss insights and questions you may have.Social Organization. Watch Blood Bonds, available in the Films On Demand database, in the Ashford Online Library. Describe the correlation between arranged marriage, economic exchanges surrounding marriage (bridewealth, bride service, dowry, etc.), status of women, family pressures, and other factors you can think of and the stability of marriage. Based on your reading of the textbook and the film, what are the disadvantages of different forms of marriages? Do you think they can be as successful as marriages of choice? Which form of marriage do you have the hardest time understanding? • Reflect on marriage and divorce in current North American societies. • Doing Business with Family. Nowak and Laird's Applying Anthropology 6.2 box, in Cultural Anthropology, proposes the following question: • The familiar saying “never do business with family” advises against the practices used in many of the chiefdom societies discussed in this chapter. This old saying implies that doing business with family will create conflict, whereas chiefdom societies welcome and encourage such close-knit economic exchanges as a way of

  6. Ant 101 ASH Course Tutorial ANT 101 Week 3 Rough Draft of Final Cultural Research Paper (Ash course) ANT 101 Week 4 DQ 1 Monumental Architecture (Ash course) • Review the Week Three objectives and discuss insights and questions you may have.Assignments • 1. Due by Day 7. Rough Draft of Final Cultural Research Paper. To ensure that you are properly prepared for your Final Cultural Research Paper in this course, you must complete a draft/outline that includes: • a. A culture from the list below: • § Basseri of Iran • § The Batek of Malaysia • § Enga • § The Amish • § Huaorani of Ecuador • § Bedouin • § Zulu • § Kurds • Monumental Architecture. What does monumental architecture imply about the cultural values and the socio-economic-political organization of the society that created it? • Do a bit of Internet research on religious or secular monuments, statues, and architectural wonders in your city, state, country, or internationally. Choose a monument (or set of monuments), describe its main features, discuss

  7. Ant 101 ASH Course Tutorial ANT 101 Week 4 DQ 2 Economy and Colonialism (Ash course) ANT 101 Week 5 DQ 1 Ethics in Anthropology (Ash course) • Review the Week Three objectives and discuss insights and questions you may have.Submit an outline for the Criminal Justice Integration Project and Presentation to your instructorBe sure to include details on the following:Economy and Colonialism. Relate what you have read in Chapter 8, of Cultural Anthropology, regarding colonialism and the expansion of capitalism in modern industrial societies to the article, “Marketers Pursue the Shallow Pocketed.” Is the information being discussed in this article another example of colonialism? Why or why not? Identify two potential positives and two negatives direct marketing of the poor has on people and their economies. What theory of development is most applicable to the expansion of global markets to poor, low income, and indigenous communities? • . • Ethics in Anthropology. Be sure to watch and read the “Miscellaneous Topics” at the end of Chapter 9 ofCultural Anthropology. Then, address the following topic: As noted, anthropology’s work with the military over the years has been wrought with controversy. Where do you stand on the issue regarding the use of anthropologists in intelligence gathering for the military? Can you come up with a compelling argument based on examples given in the text, your. ,

  8. Ant 101 ASH Course Tutorial For more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com