What culture should I choose for an ethnographic study paper I need to do for anthropology? c
What is a good culture to study for an ethnographic study paper I need to do for my anthropology course?
How about Olmec? It is felt to be the "mother" culture of Mexico dating back as to as early as 1500BC. There is a an important ancient Olmec settlement in La Venta. My son is working in an archeologic dig in Los Soldados looking for relics from this culture.
I went to a really good museum exposition of them in San Francisco. They are really impressive.
Thanks, I will add that to my list! Would it be easy to find the information I needed for the ethnographic study from the internet alone?
I did one on the Zulu that was fascinating, also the Australian Aborigines are interesting. If you are in a cultural author class chances are you have read the nacarima paper, if you haven't look it up and read it. To do a paper on the American culture would be cool and difficult.
The Mbuti pygmies of the Belgian-Congo are a fascinating people. Colin Turnbull wrote a wonderful study on them, The Forest People.
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