Primitive” and “advanced.” SpeciesPaper instructions:
Species have been traditionally characterized as “primitive” and “advanced.” For example, mosses were considered to be primitive, and flowering plants advanced; crocodiles were primitive and mammals were advanced. Most biologists of today think it is incorrect to characterize any modern species as primitive. Determine whether or not you believe it is incorrect to refer to any modern species as primitive, and explain why.
Primitive” and “advanced.” SpeciesPaper instructions:Species have been traditionally characterized as “primitive” and “advanced.” For example, mosses were considered to be primitive, and flowering plants […]
Do you think drugs are the main reason for the increase of capital crimes among minoritiesPaper instructions:do you think drugs are the main reason […]
Research Paper Guidelines-Biological Anthropology In this class, you are introduced to a variety of research topics and ideas that are confined within and expanded around the field of anthropology. For this paper, you will be asked to pick one concrete topic that relates to biological anthropology. By no later than March 25th you must provide me with your topic, via email. I have to approve this research topic to decide whether or not it is acceptable. You will not be given any credit for a topic that is not related to physical/biological anthropology. This paper is to be written in scientific format, completely non-narrative. I expect the upmost professional approach in your paper, and will deduct a minimum of 25 points for any paper that exhibits heavy bias or opinion-based language. KEEP IN MIND: Science papers are written in a style that is exceedingly clear and concise. Their purpose is to inform an audience of other scientists about an important issue and to document the particular approach they used to investigate that issue. This is different than your typical “English” or “Social Studies” paper. Below, I have listed some research topic ideas as well as the rubric of how I will be grading the papers. The final copy is to be turned into CLASS to ME by NO LATER than ________. You will be required to read Garrett Hardin’s “Tragedy of the Commons” (1968). What is the tragedy? What is the main perspective this author holds about the current state of the human species? What are his main concerns and how does one of the concerns, ie, the “freedom to breed”, a massively difficult undertaking for humans to achieve (as according to the evolutionary perspective? How is bushmeat decimating the great apes throughout southern Africa? What is being done to stop the extinction of chimpanzees, bonobos, and gorillas? How does Life History Theory interject with conservation efforts? According to Nesse (text can be found online or in library), Why do we get sick? What are the evolutionary implications in how we understand illness and disease? Why would understanding evolutionary theory be valuable when understanding diseases such as HIV/AIDS, Malaria, and TB? IMPORTANT: If you attempt to turn the paper in late, you will receive a ZERO. If you attempt to submit a paper that is unrelated to this course, you will receive a ZERO. Follow the instructions VERY carefully. You have the option of my full review prior to the due date. I will review and make edits of your paper. In order for you to receive feedback, a rough draft of your introduction and methods must be turned into me no later than April 14
Anthropology Research Paper Guidelines-Biological Anthropology Due : In this class, you are introduced to a variety of research topics and ideas that are confined […]
Alienation self split
I think the avoidance of self-revelation is a good topic. There are many examples of this, the abortions being perhaps the most glaring but even the prison experience is not rendered in expected ways. That in itself is a bit of a split self, don't you think? The revealed self and the inner self? If you want to move the paper in this direction, this would be fine. Think about what she reveals and does not (intimate sexual or work-life details but not some other events) and what we expect from the first-person narrative (vs. what she delivers). Is she holding the reader at a distance? Does this have something to do with Brecht's alienation technique?
You should look at the e-book at CSI librarynon German Turkish writers by Leslie Adelson. There is also another e-book about German Turkish authors. I'm not able to check on the article below at the moment, but if you don't have enough experience doing research, it would be a good idea to sit down with a research librarian, tell her/him your topic, and have him/her guide you. It will make things easier for you. You can just walk into the library and ask for a research librarian.
Alienation self split I think the avoidance of self-revelation is a good topic. There are many examples of this, the abortions being perhaps the […]
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