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Your analysis paper will address one of the films listed below. You will find li
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Your analysis paper will address one of the films listed below. You will find li
Your analysis paper will address one of the films listed below. You will find links to the films in the module/week 14 learning module folder. After you choose one of the three films provided, you will write a paper that analyzes the film and how it portrays a specific culture’s values, norms, and worldview, how these have changed, and what have been the catalysts for this change. Following are the film choices: Dodds, J. S. (Producer). (2000). Batak: Ancient spirits, modern world [Streaming Video]. USA: Films for the Humanities and Sciences. Retrieved from Films on Demand Java Films (Producer). (2012). The Nafe: The third way [Streaming Video]. Czechia: Spring Media Production. Retrieved from Films on Demand Java Films (Producer). (2012). The San: The third way [Streaming Video]. Czechia: Spring Media Production. Retrieved from Films on Demand Your final should be written in 12 point, Times New Roman, double-spaced, 3 - 4 pages You will cite the film, the outside sources, and any other sources that you use including the textbook using APA citation format. Be sure to define and explain fundamental anthropological terms and concepts that you have learned throughout the course, and to take into consideration the major themes in the course as you work through your analysis: Enculturation, Language and the Arts, Economies, Marriage/Family/Kinship/Descent, Political Systems, Religious Systems, and Globalization. Each film may not address all of these themes, but you want to be sure to include any relevant themes into your analysis. This paper must include two outside credible sources, which you can search for using the SCCC library by going to the Anthropology lib guides page. Credible resources include scholarly articles, scholarly journals, essays published through a credible, peer-reviewed print or online source (such as National Geographic or any magazine, journal, or website affiliated with an anthropological association), published books (single author, multiple author, bound essay collections, or anthologies). While the primary focus of this paper is on your analysis of the film itself, you will include two credible sources (see source types above) that help you more clearly define a cultural practice or provide background on a specific culture or an aspect of that particular culture. These sources should not dominate your paper. Instead, they should help substantiate your analysis or provide credible background on a topic you are discussing.

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