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Research an Indigenous Tribe

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Requirements:

  • Your proposal should be typed
  • No larger than 12 inch font
  • No larger than 1 inch margins
  • Include page numbers
  • Proposal should be 2 pages to 3 pages long.
  • You can use and include section headings such as Introduction, Literature Review, Methodology, Ethical Considerations, Conclusion, and Bibliography. Basically you can make an outline with the above headings and just fill in the rest. The material you write should be in paragraph form.

Step 1: Identify an indigenous tribe that you would like to research.

Step 2: Write your proposal.

Sections to include:

Title: Your title should be concise. Research Objective:Why are you doing this research and what specific issues are you hoping to study? This can be a paragraph.

Literature Review: In most research proposals, the literature review notes all the previous research ever done on this group. For this activity, you just need to write a paragraph about one study that has already been done on your indigenous tribe. Briefly summarize the study and be sure to cite it in your proposal and include it in a list of references at the end of your proposal. See the module on how to cite research in this class for further assistance.

Methodology: This is where your textbook will come in handy. Explain to the best of your ability how you plan to study the group you have chosen. Keep in mind all of this is hypothetical, so use your anthropological imagination and really think about all that you would need to do. Include a list of things you would need to do in order to even prepare for this study (language, funding, etc). Here are other questions you should answer:

  1. Where will you do your study? Include a map of the location you have chosen (you will have to read a little on the location of your indigenous people and do the best you can with imagining a good location).
  2. What methods will you use and how will you use them? (See textbook on data collection methods and choose at least three of them to explore your indigenous people. Be sure to write in detail about this. It is not enough to say I will take photos or I will conduct interviews). For example, if you do interviews are you going to videotape them or write them out.
  3. How will you get to this location? Do you have an informant? Do you have contacts with these people? Think about all the logistics and write about them. How are you going to track your information? Are you going to take a computer in the field?
  4. What problems to you think you might encounter?
  5. Estimated time table

Ethical Considerations: In a paragraph and thinking back to the American Anthropological Association s Code of Ethics, what ethical issues do you think you might encounter? What ethical issues could arise? For example, if you are studying an indigenous group with a disease, might the issue of medicine availability be a problem. The two most critical ethical considerations are: 1) Informed consent: how will you obtain it? Be specific! 2) Confidentiality: how will you ensure it? You should also ensure readers that no harm will occur to your subjects as a result of their participation in your study, and that any “risks” of participating in this research are minimal.

Step 3: Conclude your paper with a paragraph on why you are interested in studying this group of people and what you hope to learn from conducting this study.

Step 4: Be sure to list any sources you used in this proposal. You should at least have one source to reference based on Step 2.

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