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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTA02H3
Professor
Maggie Cummings
Semester
Summer

Description
Due: Week of April 1-4. Submit in lecture, in tutorial, office hours, OR into Professor Cummings' assignment dropbox (2nd floor, MW building) by 4pm, Thursday, April 4th. Weight: 15% Late penalty: 5% (out of 100) per day Length: approximately 3-5 pages The assignment: Thinking Like an Anthropologist: Structural Inequality in Canada Many anthropologists seek not only to understand social inequalities, but also to work with others in seeking to challenge or reform them. Your task in this assignment is to take what you have learned about various forms of structural or institutionalized inequality in the course and apply it to a real-life example of your choosing. This will involve 3 steps: 1. Select a recent (published within the last 2 years) Canadian newspaper or magazine article, news story, or blog post that offers an example of structural inequality in Canada. 2. Provide a brief overview of the example and outline how it demonstrates structural inequalities at work. 3. Drawing upon relevant course materials that suggest ways to address, challenge, or reform various structural inequalities (particular Chapters 2 and 6 of Cu
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