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ANTA02 - Week 12 - April 2, 2013

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Department
Anthropology
Course Code
ANTA02H3
Professor
Maggie Cummings

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ANTA02 – Week 12 – April 2, 2013 – Lecture Exam - 35% - 3 different parts – 2 hours o Essay/ In search of respect  Bourgois’s key argument with the three sub-arguments o 2 short essay type questions The Final Class: Why Anthropology Matters Key Terms/Issues - Thinking “like an anthropologist” - Anthropologist as problem-solver - Scheper-Hughes - Katrina’s “doubles” - The other America - Anthropology and Development - Anthropology and human rights How do Anthropologists “add value”? - Solving three kinds of “problems” o Behavior : Here’s what do people do (ethnography) o Concepts: Here’s what it means (analysis) o Culture: here’s why they do it (theory) What else can you “do” as an anthropologist? - Anything that involves problem-solving; observing what people do and why they do it - Thinking about problems in new or unique ways - Applied anthropology in government, health care, business, NGOs, etc. Katrina and its Doubles - What can we tell about the U.S by looking at the response to Katrina? - What explanations circulated? - Where was blame laid? - Political economy – Wh
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