Order 1513308: Anthropology

 

  • Type of paperEssay (Any Type)
  • SubjectAnthropology
  • Number of pages2
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Instructions: In an essay, respond to one (and only one) of the questions below. (Do not combine the questions into a single essay and do not write short answers to all the questions). Your essay should be at least three pages and should not exceed five pages (double-spaced, 12 pt. font, 1 inch margins). Please remember that your answer is in the form an essay. An essay is not a two-sentence response, but rather a welldeveloped argument supported by citations of evidence. I emphasize that you must support your arguments by citing evidence from the texts or lectures. An essay gives you the opportunity to demonstrate what you know; don’t be terse. If you are uncertain how to write an essay and/or develop a written argument, please visit howtowriteanessay.com. It is not necessary to consult any sources other than the assigned readings and lectures. Any outside sources used should supplement, rather than replace, the assigned readings. Using only outside sources, without use of the assigned materials, will result in a grade of ″F.″ If you do use additional sources, be sure to cite them in a list of sources at the end of your essay. Any direct quotes be identified as such, and complete citation data given (author, work, pages). Do not use online resources, such as Wikipedia, or other ″popular″ sites, including web pages hosted at universities. You may use online scientific journals that are accessed through the University library, but (per above), you should use them to supplement, rather than replace, the assigned readings. Excessive use of outside sources will result in a loss of points. If you quote material from one of the course lectures or presentations, cite the lecture number or title, and the page or pages where the material is to be found. Citations of lectures and Powerpoint presentations should give the title of the lecture (or Presentation). Your essay must be original and your own work. If you are repeating the course (meaning that you have taken it previously), you may not answer the same question that you answered previously and you may not use any part of a previously submitted essay, even if it is your own. If you have previously submitted any essay for this course, it is stored by Turnitin.com and will be compared against any new submission. If you duplicate any material from any previous submission, whether your own or that of another student, it will be flagged as plagiarized material. Be sure to indicate which question your essay addresses. The title of the document should be “YourNameMidterm1.xxx). Permissible formats for submission include MS Word, WordPerfect, and RTF. You will upload your responses via Canvas, using a link to TurnItIn.com. From Canvas, Select the “Submit Midterm 1 To Turnitin.com″ link. Clinking on the link will open a window within the TurnItIn.com system. Follow the instructions there to upload your file. Midterms may be submitted up until 11:59 PM on Monday, February 25, 2018. Late submissions are not blocked from being posted, but they will not be accepted without a medical excuse. If you have questions or concerns, please e-mail me directly at [email protected] Please use ″Anthro150OL question″ as your subject header. Please be sure to review the course policies on plagiarism, which are contained in the syllabus. In particular, do not cut and paste from any source (see the note above concerning the use of online sources). Cutting and pasting is plagiarism. Using the work of another, including a published reference, without citation is plagiarism. Questions 1. Discuss the evolutionary importance of culture as a hominin adaptation. What is the earliest evidence for cultural behavior? How did the capacity for culture enhance selective fitness? Compare the evolutionary fates of cultural hominins with the hominins that do not appear to have been strongly cultural. 2. Discuss the evidence for contact and interaction(s) between Neanderthals (Homo sapiens neandertalensis) and anatomically modern humans (Homo sapiens sapiens). Discuss genetic, fossil, and archaeological evidence.

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