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Anthropology 104 - Eisentraut: Home

This guide provides search strategies and recommended resources for research in Anthropology 104 with Prof. Phyllisa Eisentraut.

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Try using an assignment calculator to help plan your time during the research process.

Your Assignment

Research Presentations

Select a topic that examines the hypothesis that by studying language we can better understand human behavior and pressing social concerns such as inequality, injustice, conflict, and discrimination.

Sources

  • at least one course reading
  • fieldwork research, such as:
    • interviews
    • observations
    • analysis of transcripts of speech
    • internet and/or library research

More Research and Writing Help

If you need more help with your research, contact a librarian by chat, phone, email, or in person, or explore the library's online tutorials.

For writing help, contact the Writing Center in the Cartwright Learning Resources Center (CLRC). The Writing Center offers one-on-one tutoring and a variety of helpful support materials.

Why use the library when you have Google?

The following video covers the differences between the surface web and deep web, what you can find through Google, what you can find through SBCC Luria Library databases and OneSearch, and how to get help with your research from a librarian:

Ellen Carey

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