choose any primate to research and write a short essay (300 words) on your findi

choose any primate to research and write a short essay (300 words) on your findings. You may choose any primate- which means you can choose a human or non-human primate, and you are not limited to choosing extant primates. This means you can choose to do your write up on any of the fossil hominins or primates, or any of the living primates. However, please do not do a write up on modern humans. As you research your primate, look for information on its habitat, diet, range (where it is found), form of locomotion, social structure, morphology, conservation status, and any fun fact or something new you learned while researching the primate. Additionally, you will need to include the suborder, family, genus, and species names for your primate. You can find the template for the assignment hereActions . Please use reputable sources for you information, and make sure you properly cite information in your text. Check out Purdue Owl for a guide to APA style formatting here (Links to an external site.). Plagiarism will not be tolerated. You can find a list of websites below to get you started. (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.)

Paper #3- Amish (North America) In Paper 3 you will be exploring language, commu

Paper #3- Amish (North America) In Paper 3 you will be exploring language, communication and religion for the same cultural group {Amish (North America)} . Your paper must answer the following: 1. Provide a title to your paper; the title must include the name of the cultural group selected. 2. Research the selected cultural group’s language and communication • What language does your selected group speak? What are its origins and how many people speak it? Does it have any dialects within the language? • What are some of the customs related to communication in your group? Is there a particular way they greet each other? Any peculiarities in their communication style that are different from your own language? 3. Research religion and religious practices for your selected cultural group. • What are the beliefs of your cultural group regarding supernatural forces and beings? • Describe at least one religious ritual practiced by your selected group. Explain the ritual and the purpose it is intended to serve. Remember to provide information regarding any gender differences or other relevant information associated with the ritual described. 4. How is the cultural group language, communication and religion changing (or is being changed) through globalization? 5. How can anthropologists work to help this population preserve some of its language and religious practices? Search for information on what anthropologists are doing to help this population regarding the aspects you discussed, and what are the gaps (what is still missing that anthropologists can still work on to meet the needs of this group). Include citations from the Miller textbook and a minimum of one NEW peer reviewed journal article within the last 10 years (the articles from the previous assignments are not enough). Remember to write in your own words by interpreting what you read and citing the source. Avoid long direct quotes. Avoid plagiarism by always citing your sources. Short paper format: All short papers should have a title, an introduction, a conclusion and a References Cited page. All papers in the course must be: • 2-4 pages • typed • doubled spaced • font size 12 • written with proper grammar and syntax • in American Sociological Association (ASA) citation and references style. Source (Textbook) Add at least 2 Peer Reviewed Journals: Miller, B. (2017). Cultural Anthropology in a Globalizing World, 4th ed. Boston, MA: Pearson Education. ISBN-13: 978-0134518299; ebook ISBN-9780134799124 **DO NOT USE THE FOLLOWING PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS** Amish America. 2021. “Iowa Amish.” Retrieved July 15, 2021 ( Cooksey, Elizabeth C., and Joseph F. Donnermeyer. 2013. “A Peculiar People Revisited: Demographic Foundations of the Iowa Amish in the 21st Century.” Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies 1(1): 110-126. Kraybill, Donald B., Steven M. Nolt, and Erik J. Wesner. 2011. “Sources of Enterprise Success in Amish Communities.” Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy 5(2): 112-130. Kraybill, Donald B., Karen M. Johnson-Weiner, and Steven M. Nolt. 2013. The Amish. Baltimore, MA: John Hopkins University Press. Purnell, Larry D., and Eric A. Fenkl. 2019. Handbook for Culturally Competent Care. New York, NY: Springer. Škender, Vlata. 2020. “Flesh, Freundschaft, and Fellowship: Towards a Holistic Model of the Amish Kinship System.” Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies 8(1): 1-22.

Read “Shakespeare in the Bush” in the McCurdy book. Building on the experience o

Read “Shakespeare in the Bush” in the McCurdy book. Building on the experience of the anthropologist in this reading, what are some of the ways in which cross cultural misunderstandings shape interactions in other settings? Provide at least one reference to the reading. Source (I do not have the book): McCurdy, James, Shandy Dianna and James Spradley. (2016). Conformity and Conflict: Readings in Cultural Anthropology. 15th ed. Boston, MA: Pearson Education. ISBN9780205990795

– Using Rougier’s articles Bhopal and hospice care—- explain death: what is it?

– Using Rougier’s articles Bhopal and hospice care—- explain death: what is it? Use both texts to explicate your answer. This essay needs a thesis.
Use quotes with corresponding page numbers. Ensure that the authors and texts used are accurately cited.
I will upload pictures on the instructions. And of the readings. The reading will be in other of the two story the essay needs to be written on. I will add a picture also of the book so you can create the citation.

Anthropology of Race and Ethnicity (chapter 10). students will engage in a form

Anthropology of Race and Ethnicity (chapter 10). students will engage in a form of self-reflection and assessment on the anthropological concepts and topics they learn in the course. Reflective writing will give each student the opportunity to think about what they are learning, how they have learned it, and discover how the course is helping them with their real-world and/or academic tasks. In doing so, students will be expected to:
Gather, interpret, and assess information from a variety of sources and points of view.
Evaluate evidence and arguments critically or analytically.
Identify and apply the fundamental concepts and methods of the discipline.
Reflection Essay Rubric
Identification of the subfield is clear, concise and introduced at the beginning of the essay.
(5 points)
Summary of the readings are provided no more than 1 paragraph, demonstrating clear understanding of the topics and concepts involved in the subfield
(20 points)
New insights gained from the subfield, or specific specialization from the subfield, is clearly stated.
(20 points)
The student had successfully applied the subfield or specialties from the subfield to their work, personal life, experiences, etc.
(20 points)
The student is able to reflect on the knowledge gained from the readings, demonstrate their understanding clearly and concisely.
(20 points)
1 pages
APA Format:
Double spaced, size 12 Times New Roman font, in a doc format.
In-text citations are evident
Reference page included
(15 points)
Instructor Comment/Feedback:

How do call systems differ from human language? Based on this comparison, explai

How do call systems differ from human language? Based on this comparison, explain the concept of linguistic ‘displacement’. In addition to the textbook, use two specific examples from your everyday life to illustrate this concept.
Conrad Phillip Kottak. 2019. Window on Humanity : A Concise Introduction to Anthropology. New York: Mcgraw-Hill Education © By Mcgraw-Hill Education. Previous Editions ©.

explore human biological variation through two different lenses; disease and rac

explore human biological variation through two different lenses; disease and race. The first critical element of this assignment the impact of culture and environment, will explore the relationship between disease, environment, and culture in modern humans. Because you were going to be talking about evolution in the context of your disease, it is key that the disease you choose meets the following criteria; it needs to have a genetic component, it needs to be more common in certain populations than others, and the environment needs to have some sort of impact on selection for or against the disease. The second critical element of this assignment the deconstructing race, will examine another facet of biological variation, discussing the ways in which we Group human populations and the lack of biological validity to the concept of race. The following critical elements must be addressed
The impact of culture and environment:
A. explain the biological aspects of a particular disease with respect to how it is connected to the diversity and human genetics.
B. analyze why certain populations or cultures have higher rates of your chosen disease than others, substantiating your explanation with research.
C. analyze how environment such as local climate, temperature, average rainfall, common infectious diseases, has impacted the diversity in human genetics related to the specific disease, substantiating your explanation with research. In other words, why might rates of your chosen disease be higher in populations that have adapted to certain conditions?
D. explain the ethical implications that may arise if the museum ypur creating uses the specific disease in the exhibit, and how cultural relativism can be used to mitigate these implications.
Deconstructing race:
A. explain what anthropologist mean when they say that race is a social construct.
B. identify modern day examples the museum could use in their display to illustrate how race is socially and culturally constructed.
C. describe the difference between race and ethnicity. Why do biological anthropologist use ethnicity to describe groups of people but not race?
D. identify examples from human genetics and biological anthropology that your museum could incorporate that will help reinforce the idea that race is a social construct rather than a biological reality.
E. explain the relationship between biological anthropological views of race and cultural relativism. Why is it important that a biological anthropologist employ a cultural relativist perspective when studying the concept of race in different cultures?