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  • 1. Anthropology Summer Project: ASObjective: to objective of the summer project as AS level is to familiarize studentswith the differing strands of Anthropology.Due date: First lesson of Anthropology in September. Task: Your task consists of three elements: 1. Find out the difference between social, biological and economic Anthropology. You may want to write a paragraph on each of these topics and also include any of the key theorists or ethnographic studies. 2. You should explore how women are treated differently in two different tribes. Then answer this question in no more than 500 words: ‘Are women treated universally around the World?’ you should make reference to the Na Tribe and the Massai and any other sources. Resources: The Na Tribe http://blog.shunya.net/shunyas_blog/2007/10/the-na-of-china.html The Massai http://www.africancraftsmarket.com/Maasai_people.htm For those students who are able to the faculty also recommend students to visit The Museum of Natural History over the summer vacation. (http://www.nhm.ac.uk/) Students of AS level Anthropology are expected to purchase the textbook: ‘Sharing our Worlds: An Introduction to Social Anthropology’ by Joy Henry.

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