Ethnographic Narrative that details an exploration of your own indigenous heritage, culture - 7891

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Ethnographic Narrative that details an exploration of your own indigenous heritage, culture, or community. However, characteristics of your identity—traditions, economic issues, ancestral lands, country of origin, religion, or class—may parallel those of indigenous groups. By examining your own indigenous identity as an ethnographic study, you have the opportunity to see with an indigenous point of view, connect across cultures, and build a better understanding of the global environment.

 

 

  • A descriptive reflection on sources of your own indigenous identity

  • An evaluation of how two of the five role perspectives from Thinking Like an Anthropologist (pp. 8–9) influenced, changed, or reinforced your conception of your indigenous identity

  • A description of two or three questions about your indigenous identity that remain unanswered, and that you may pursue in the future
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Indigenous Identity.docx
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