Anthropology : culture in communication


Culture through Communication Ethnography

An ethnography is the written description of a particular communication/semiotic event  or communication/semiotic aspects of an event in a society, culture or subculture. The description is based on observation and/or participation in a given event. Some examples of such events for an ethnography include, but are not limited to:

·       Organized sports events

·       Sorority and/or Fraternity events, activities (i.e. you can do a comparison/contrast of a fraternity and a sorority)

·       Student organizations

·       Community-based events (i.e. concerts, festivals, PRISM Drag Ball)

·       Work and/or Volunteer experiences

 

You will type a 5 page ethnography

Anthropology : culture in communication


Culture through Communication Ethnography

An ethnography is the written description of a particular communication/semiotic event  or communication/semiotic aspects of an event in a society, culture or subculture. The description is based on observation and/or participation in a given event. Some examples of such events for an ethnography include, but are not limited to:

·       Organized sports events

·       Sorority and/or Fraternity events, activities (i.e. you can do a comparison/contrast of a fraternity and a sorority)

·       Student organizations

·       Community-based events (i.e. concerts, festivals, PRISM Drag Ball)

·       Work and/or Volunteer experiences

 

You will type a 5 page ethnography

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