You can write about the anthropological theory

You can write about the anthropological theory

Hi there,
This is the professor’s instructions:

You can write about anthropological theory.

Part A:
I want you to write one or two (detailed!) paragraphs about each in anthropology.

1- Classical cultural evolution
2- Neuroevolution
3- Functionalism
4- American Historicism
5- Postmodernism (including interpretive anthropology)

Make sure you describe the goals of each approach, what- if anything- each approach was refuting, who the big names are, and whether or not there are problems with the approach.

Part B:
The second part is the application.
Take a cultural trait or institution- marriage or religion, perhaps, and analyze it using two different approaches.
For example, how might a functionalist approach the study of religion? How, instead, might an American Historicist approach it?

You may do library research and/or online research for this.
You can also use my slides.
If you do outside research, make sure you cite the information.
Save for any quotes, you will be paraphrasing, using your own words.

1- I will attach the PowerPoint slides.
2- Feel free to use any good resources for the paper and keep me updated on the charges.
3- The book we are using for this class is:

Applying Cultural Anthropology: An Introductory Reader
by Aaron Podolefsky, Peter J. Brown, Scott M. Lacy

I don’t know if this book will help but I thought you want to know what is this class about, if it’s not useful, just ignore it and use whatever works with the best details.

4- I will pay for 6 pages total, considering the number of details the professors requested. If the writer needs more “which will improve my paper and make it excellent” just let me know and I’ll pay the difference.

Thank you and please keep me updated.


Academic LevelCollege (1-2 years: Freshmen, Sophomore)
Subject AreaAnthropology
Paper Type Essay
Number of Pages6 Page(s)/1650 words
Paper FormatMLA
SpacingDouble spaced
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