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Instructions Please answer the following questions: In Chapter 4, Joralemon disc

Instructions
Please answer the following questions:
In Chapter 4, Joralemon discusses the interpretive perspective of illness. This involves the ways in which disease is perceived by the people who are affected by it. Do you think this perspective is important for health practitioners to pursue, or is it not really relevant in terms of diagnosing and healing diseases? Please give examples to support your opinion.
While it is important for medical students in our society to learn the science of medicine, how important do you think it is for them to learn about culture, in terms of cross-cultural healing traditions, etc.? In other words, in what ways would medical students benefit from being required to learn about cultural issues, such as what we are learning in medical anthropology? Should this type of training be required?

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According to The Black Death in Europe ,how was it seen that the survivors gave

According to The Black Death in Europe ,how was it seen that the survivors gave their descendants a genetic advantage and to what cost?
please provide your answer and findings through mutations , diseases , bones etc. Reference anthropologists and new along with old studies and findings. Must have 3 or more sources listed.

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Film Analysis #2 prompts students to further engage with their anthropological t

Film Analysis #2 prompts students to further engage with their anthropological toolkits to consider the question of globalization and what means for citizens of the global North and South. Using anthropological concepts and theories discussed in the course, students will be asked to respond to a question about the nature of global dis/connections and their far-reaching implications. Details will be posted under Assignments Tab on Canvas.
In her chapter, “Resisting Paradise,” Angelique Nixon reflects on how the Caribbean region has been and continues to be profoundly affected by colonial exploitation. This exploitation has been expressed in multiple ways: as neocolonialism, as globalization, but also signals the deep interdependency between countries in the Global North and South in complex ways.
In three pages (or 750 words, double-spaced) please answer the following prompt:
With reference to Nixon’s chapter, briefly summarize and explain how one event from the film, “Life and Debt,” addresses the interdependency between markets in the Global North and South. How has our current global economy intensified historically uneven divisions of labour between higher-income and lower-income countries?
Your response should include at least two course concepts relating to global transformations (e.g., globalization, neoliberalism, neocolonialism, underdevelopment, “tourist/local,” faraway markets, market externalities, and/or “glocal”). Not explicitly engaging with both Nixon’s chapter and the film will result in a lower grade.

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According to The Black Death in Europe ,how was it seen that the survivors gave

According to The Black Death in Europe ,how was it seen that the survivors gave their descendants a genetic advantage and to what cost?
please provide your answer and findings through mutations , diseases , bones etc. Reference anthropologists and new along with old studies and findings. Must have 3 or more sources listed.

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Anthropology

Film Analysis #2 prompts students to further engage with their anthropological t

Film Analysis #2 prompts students to further engage with their anthropological toolkits to consider the question of globalization and what means for citizens of the global North and South. Using anthropological concepts and theories discussed in the course, students will be asked to respond to a question about the nature of global dis/connections and their far-reaching implications. Details will be posted under Assignments Tab on Canvas.
In her chapter, “Resisting Paradise,” Angelique Nixon reflects on how the Caribbean region has been and continues to be profoundly affected by colonial exploitation. This exploitation has been expressed in multiple ways: as neocolonialism, as globalization, but also signals the deep interdependency between countries in the Global North and South in complex ways.
In three pages (or 750 words, double-spaced) please answer the following prompt:
With reference to Nixon’s chapter, briefly summarize and explain how one event from the film, “Life and Debt,” addresses the interdependency between markets in the Global North and South. How has our current global economy intensified historically uneven divisions of labour between higher-income and lower-income countries?
Your response should include at least two course concepts relating to global transformations (e.g., globalization, neoliberalism, neocolonialism, underdevelopment, “tourist/local,” faraway markets, market externalities, and/or “glocal”). Not explicitly engaging with both Nixon’s chapter and the film will result in a lower grade.

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Anthropology

Instructions Please answer the following questions: In Chapter 4, Joralemon disc

Instructions
Please answer the following questions:
In Chapter 4, Joralemon discusses the interpretive perspective of illness. This involves the ways in which disease is perceived by the people who are affected by it. Do you think this perspective is important for health practitioners to pursue, or is it not really relevant in terms of diagnosing and healing diseases? Please give examples to support your opinion.
While it is important for medical students in our society to learn the science of medicine, how important do you think it is for them to learn about culture, in terms of cross-cultural healing traditions, etc.? In other words, in what ways would medical students benefit from being required to learn about cultural issues, such as what we are learning in medical anthropology? Should this type of training be required?

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1. Think about a social issue that is impacted by linguistic inequality, and fin

1. Think about a social issue that is impacted by linguistic inequality, and find evidence for it in the form of a news article or academic paper. (A news article is an article from a media source like a newspaper or magazine such as the New York Times, FOX, The Washington Post, VICE, National Geographic, etc. that addresses a current event. It does not include general information websites and sources like Wikipedia, eHow, dictionaries, academic journals, online encyclopedias, etc.)
2. Write a 300-word essay that answers the following questions, referring to the article and course materials, NOT random sources:
-What is human language? From an anthropological perspective, are some languages or dialects better than others?
-What are language ideologies and where do they come from? See Chapter 9.
-What is the example of language inequality or language ideologies in your article and how does it impact the groups mentioned there?
3. Discuss with details and tie the findings in the article to what you learned in the module.
4. Your essay should:
Be a total of 300 words or more.
The 300-word limit DOES NOT include the questions, names, titles, and references.
It also does not include meaningless filler statements
Be written in complete sentences and paragraphs.
Be proofread for clarity.
Use factual information from the textbook and/or appropriate articles and websites.
Be original work – your submission will be checked for plagiarism.
Cite all your sources – type references according to the APA Style Guide Links to an external site..
Essays without proper citations and/or large portions copied from other sources will receive a zero.
5. Type your essay in a WORD Document, then upload your file by clicking “Browse My Computer” for Attach File.
Essays submitted to the “Comments” textbox or using an unsupported file type (see below) will receive a zero.

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1. Think about a social issue that is impacted by linguistic inequality, and fin

1. Think about a social issue that is impacted by linguistic inequality, and find evidence for it in the form of a news article or academic paper. (A news article is an article from a media source like a newspaper or magazine such as the New York Times, FOX, The Washington Post, VICE, National Geographic, etc. that addresses a current event. It does not include general information websites and sources like Wikipedia, eHow, dictionaries, academic journals, online encyclopedias, etc.)
2. Write a 300-word essay that answers the following questions, referring to the article and course materials, NOT random sources:
-What is human language? From an anthropological perspective, are some languages or dialects better than others?
-What are language ideologies and where do they come from? See Chapter 9.
-What is the example of language inequality or language ideologies in your article and how does it impact the groups mentioned there?
3. Discuss with details and tie the findings in the article to what you learned in the module.
4. Your essay should:
Be a total of 300 words or more.
The 300-word limit DOES NOT include the questions, names, titles, and references.
It also does not include meaningless filler statements
Be written in complete sentences and paragraphs.
Be proofread for clarity.
Use factual information from the textbook and/or appropriate articles and websites.
Be original work – your submission will be checked for plagiarism.
Cite all your sources – type references according to the APA Style Guide Links to an external site..
Essays without proper citations and/or large portions copied from other sources will receive a zero.
5. Type your essay in a WORD Document, then upload your file by clicking “Browse My Computer” for Attach File.
Essays submitted to the “Comments” textbox or using an unsupported file type (see below) will receive a zero.

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The central assignment of Senior Seminar is an extended, independent research pr

The central assignment of Senior Seminar is an extended, independent research project. You
will produce an original, high-quality research paper on a subject that fascinates and
intrigues you, and you will share your research with your classmates in a presentation.
You can select any topic related to modernity and/or life in today’s world for this project. As
with any research project, however, your work should begin with a clear and focused
question, problem, or observation. You should also ensure your work is led by a central
argument made in dialogue with scholarly literature you have sourced; your paper should
not merely be a descriiptive essay “about” a topic.
Integrate course ideas and readings within your paper and presentation to demonstrate
your understanding of modernity as a theoretical, historical, and political concept.
Paper
• The final publish should be approximately 15 pages in length, excluding footnotes,
endnotes, and bibliography.
• You should find and use at least 10 academic sources in the paper, excluding
readings from the syllabus.
• Format your work carefully. In particular, all references and quotations should be
cited within the essay using a standard referencing style, such as MLA, APA, or
Chicago, and a bibliography should list all sources you have used in the paper.
Consult an expert if you are unsure how to cite sources correctly.
• The paper will be designed, developed, and published in stages under supervision.
Class activities and pre-publish writing assignments will help you. Manage your time
carefully during the semester and seek advice and feedback regularly.
Please use sources provided and add more

please check out the work of Mona Abaza on malls in Egypt.

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Requirements for revision/ corrections: Is it possible to make it more descriipt

Requirements for revision/ corrections:
Is it possible to make it more descriiptive much like the example essay I sent. Bringing yourself in as a story. I really like the use of the sources but it needs to be descriiptive as it is an experiment, much like SO100 Example essay. The topic there is different though. You can also make up interactions in either spaces or use some of my descriiption of the rock club.
To help, I have uploaded a rubric of a previous paper. I think the second page still applies to this paper.
General Descriiption:
Describe your own socialization into a set of class-specific competencies and dispositions, as Khan describes among St. Paul’s students. Analyze the habitus of the rock club in a comparative context to the orchestra. Observe how people comport themselves and interact with others in two dissimilar sociological environments, and analyze how these differ between the two groups. Which of these behaviors are learned, and how? In the end, make an observation about how the classes are stratified between the rock club that is in a lower class neighborhood vs. orchestra that is in a upper class neighborhood in Boston. Sight culture concepts from Pierre bourdiou and Shamus Rahman Khan’s “The Making of an Adolescent Elite at St. Paul’s School” book and goffman’s paper attached about presentation of self. You can mention how they are both managing their impression and use impression management concepts mentioned by goffman. “Notes for merna” doc has some pierre bourdiou terms about cultural capital which is what you will mainly be analyzing. “Rock club” doc has my descriiptive experience at the rock club. Then, some few behaviours I have noticed. You can fill the gaps or create a descriiptive experience for the orchestra. You will need to compare and contrast, maybe bringing your specific class in as additional comparison. “Goffman presentation of self” pdf can be used to as source for impression management concepts. “SO100 Paper 1 Example” the teacher advised for it to have a similar style as this paper where they added descriiptive explaining of experiment and added concepts in every section. The other attached papers are khan’s book.