* in this reading response, you will earn full credit by demonstrating conceptual analysis, examples, and ponderings.

First read chapters 5 & 6 in “Essentials of Cultural Anthropology”, by Kenneth J. Guest then answer the discussion question: For Chapter 5 answer the following: 1) Explain how the Kareem Abdul-Jabaar op-ed -here is the link-> (https://www.latimes.com/opinion/story/2020-05-30/dont-understand-the-protests-what-youre-seeing-is-people-pushed-to-the-edge) resonates with our reading of ‘race’ & ‘racism’ (p.123, 124). 100-word minimum. 2) Explain how the Tim… Continue reading * in this reading response, you will earn full credit by demonstrating conceptual analysis, examples, and ponderings.

Only humans have theory of mind.

Only humans have theory of mind. Support or refute this statement by presenting evidence from studies of captive and wild primates. Be sure to throughly explain the concept of theory of mind and how brain size and cognition may play a role in this debate.

Just make sure if you do turn it into a key to add numbers to the names in the word doc so i know what went where.

So the assignment is simple, Label all the names in the word bank (attached below) onto the circumpolar map (attached below). You can turn the word bank into a key and label the map using the corresponding numbers. Just make sure if you do turn it into a key to add numbers to the names… Continue reading Just make sure if you do turn it into a key to add numbers to the names in the word doc so i know what went where.

I believe the archaeologists were successful in preserving the history of the site while respecting current natives and also understanding a need for the new road.

Please response to the following post, one paragraph needed only. Because the law requires archaeological surveys before building projects an amazing discovery was made in Colorado a few years ago. A Pueblo pit house believed to be around 1200 years old while a new road was under construction. There were human remains found at the… Continue reading I believe the archaeologists were successful in preserving the history of the site while respecting current natives and also understanding a need for the new road.

Use the feedback you receive from this milestone as you work on your final project submission.

Prompt: You will use three Anthropological core concepts to explain the behavior of the characters in three scenes of the film. I’m this assignment, you will choose one of these concepts to analyze and receive feedback on. Use the feedback you receive from this milestone as you work on your final project submission. 1. Anthropological… Continue reading Use the feedback you receive from this milestone as you work on your final project submission.

As humans, we take for granted many things about our lives and how the world works, whether it is our notions of race or the cheap cost of a chocolate or a can of coke.

Throughout this book we will be exploring how anthropology’s holistic, cross-cultural, and comparative approach can help us think more deeply about other people and cultures and live more consciously in our global world. As humans, we take for granted many things about our lives and how the world works, whether it is our notions of… Continue reading As humans, we take for granted many things about our lives and how the world works, whether it is our notions of race or the cheap cost of a chocolate or a can of coke.

Goldstein (2016) argues that informal economies are a key aspect of urban, public life in the “majority world.”

Goldstein (2016) argues that informal economies are a key aspect of urban, public life in the “Majority World.” According to his text, what are the social, economic, legal, and political features of informal work in the market spaces of Cochabamba, Bolivia—and what is the role of the state and media in facilitating informal work? Next,… Continue reading Goldstein (2016) argues that informal economies are a key aspect of urban, public life in the “majority world.”

There are instructions to upload for word.

There are instructions to upload for Word. PLEASE ******************* _No advanced word _No British _No plagiarism ******************* Notes: This assignment submission is my own words, original work

Most of this paper will be a descriptive narrative, but in your discussion of the history of preservation activities and significance, you should feel free to give your own opinion about your historic site.

VIEW ATTACHMENTS FOR CLEAR DIRECTIONS !!!!! AND RESOURCES PROVIDED. Choose and describe a standing example of historic architecture. selection should be a historic structure in the United States (e.g., house, church, government building, etc., generally over a century old or more) that is currently extant. Make sure that your choice is a building, not a… Continue reading Most of this paper will be a descriptive narrative, but in your discussion of the history of preservation activities and significance, you should feel free to give your own opinion about your historic site.

It is up to you what belief system you choose to study.

For this assignment I would like you to first explore possible belief systems. The Quad provides a study starter for world religions, and I want you to take a close look at it. Go through each of the belief systems and determine which one you would be most interested in studying further: https://thebestschools.org/magazine/world-religions-study-starters/Links to an… Continue reading It is up to you what belief system you choose to study.