Please remember that you may utilize LIRN - 96187

Solution Posted by
deepeyes
Solution Detail
Price: $25.00
Request Description
PART I Directions: Read the questions below and formulate a response to each that is at least one hundred words in length. Please cite the textbook and external resources to support your answer (Wikipedia sources are not permitted). List each resource used at the end of paper in the reference list section. Please remember that you may utilize LIRN to help you search for resources. You can visit the Academic Resource Center for a guide on how to utilize LIRN successfully PART II: Journal Using a minimum of three resources (Wikipedia.com is not an option) write a 1 to 2 page paper in APA format to discuss and review your own work, school, and life experiences in which the use of participant observation to gather data would have provided unique insights. Identify the sides in the con?ict. Where did the “data” or information used by each side in the situation originate? How, speci?cally, might the data gathered by a trained anthropologist, who adheres to the anthropological code of ethics, help each side understand the other?
Solution Description

Running head: Homework

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework

Allied American University

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Author Note

            This paper was prepared for Introduction to Anthropology, Homework 3 taught by Barbara-leigh Tonelli.

 

 

 

 

PART I

 

Directions: Read the questions below and formulate a response to each that is at least one hundred words in length.  Please cite the textbook and external resources to support your answer (Wikipedia sources are not permitted).  List each resource used at the end of paper in the reference list section.  Please remember that you may utilize LIRN to help you search for resources.  You can visit the Academic Resource Center for a guide on how to utilize LIRN successfully.

 

There are many things that make a forager a forager. Many forager groups had five things in common that helped them survive. A grouped that foraged did so by hunting, fishing, and collecting wild plants. They succeeded in doing this by using technology mastery. This mastery gives them the knowledge of skills and tools to obtain and prepare food. They also live a nomadic lifestyle moving with their source of food and water. Third they lived in organized groups also called bands. They also had property and ownership. These possessions are usually just the essentials since they must move from place to place. Finally they distributed there resources.

A foraging society is a kin based organized group. These groups are made up of people related by marriage, blood, or fictive kin relationships. These groups have a flexible division of la