Conformity and Conflict Study Set 1
Quiz 10 :
Using and Doing Anthropology
Looking for Deviance Homework Help?
Q33 Q33 Q33
The projeccontinued to address food insecurity problems and issues thaarose from the goat-raising efforts.The researchers taughthe women how to plant, grow, and process soybeans into flour thathey could use when no goat's milk was available.All otheir efforts were sustainable-women were asked to return their firsbaby goato the researchers and 5 kg oseed after the firsharvest.The research team's efforts worked within the culture othe Malawi, incorporated indigenous resources, and were conducted in the native language othe villagers. The author concludes thathe projecwas highly valued by rural women, as evidenced by the number who wanted to participate.Iproved thathe addition ogoat's milk to a child's diewas valuable, and the success othe projecis noted by similar projects thawere introduced by Malawi nongovernmental organizations.Additionally, Patten elaborates on the importance ohaving an anthropologison a research team, and identifies her role and responsibilities.Her expertise proved valuable to the acceptance othe projecand the high level oparticipation by the Malawian villagers. ARTICLE 37 QUESTIONS True or False?
Q54 Q54 Q54
According to Stryker in "Ethnography in the Public Interest," female inmates atwo California prisons often avoided seeking treatmenfor their ailments, because getting an appointmenwith a health care provider took so long and many inmates could noafford the required copay.