Introduction of a Book ReportImplementation of a book report
Report in book form | Raymond Hames, Professor
I need a seven to nine page (approx. 315 words per page for a maximum of 2205 to 2835 words) book report on an anthography of my choosing. In order to receive recognition, please take the book to me before or after school or during my work.
I would like you to know that your report must be on a book I have authorized. However, you can modify your book at any timeframe as long as you keep us informed and go through a new licensing procedure. There have been many ethnographical writings, so you should have a wide range of choices to suit your interests.
When you have a difficulty in choosing an ethnographer on a particular subject or area of the globe, come and see what I can do to help you. In order to give you an impression of what I think is an outstanding book report, a copy of earlier book reviews for this course is available now.
In order to see these reviews, please click on the links below and go to "Model Book Reports". This book report counts 25% of your overall mark and is due on the date indicated on the curriculum. You can submit a coarse (but legible and complete) first outline for comment and a provisional evaluation on or before 21 April, if you wish.
With my remarks, I will send your proposal back to you by 26 April. Then you have the opportunity to change or resubmit the report on April 28, the date on which the book report is due. Generally, the report should be presented in the manner described below. Anthnographers in older ethnographical works, for example, do not describe their method.
If this happens, just indicate that the ethno-grapher has not described his method and move on to the next subject. Firstly, an introduction: a clear message about the main subject, the main point, the subject or the question that the anthropographer has studied. Describe the ways in which the Ethnograph collects information (e.g. interviews, peer observation) and the technologies (e.g. statistics, case study) used to analyse the information. : III.
Sheets ( (about two third of the report): Amerindian A. To give a chapter-by-chapter overview of the content of anthnography and assess how well it endorses the declared goals of it. B. Debate important ethnographic questions and try to link them (whenever possible) to what you have learnt from the presentations, video or allocated text and webinars.
B. Are the ethnographers persuasive, i.e. are the methodologies and information sufficient for their work? D. How has anthropography helped you to better comprehend something about your own people? E. How has anthropography reinforced or undermined one of your beliefs about people? Your document should have a cover page containing your name, course name, book name, and name of the writer.
Concluding remark: If you do not take an examination or submit a book report on the date allocated, a score of 0 will be awarded. Just a disease, a familial emergencies or a terrible, mitigating condition will make me give you a make-up test (essay format) or prolong the maturity of the book report.
Keep a copy of your book report if the one you have written or sent me vanishes. A large number of book chapters are displayed, on which you can click for further information. Finding ethnographical works in the Love Library is best done through a "subject" quest. The " Words in Cover " button allows you to include words such as "Women" or "Africa" or "Indians" to create ethnographical works or groups of ethnographical works dealing with specific themes.