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An ethnography is a scientific description of the customs of individual peoples and cultures. In this assignment, you will write an ethnography about a vernacular aspect of your own culture or subculture. This differs from a biography which is a simple account of one’s life. In this assignment, the subject of ethnographic description is you as a member of the culture you belong to. As a geographic authoethnography spatial themes of place and space should also be present.
Trace your own ethnobiography through a particular vernacular aspect of your culture. Discuss how the cultural geography has helped shaped who you are as a member of that culture (and, if you wish, who your ancestors were). Trace the significant influences the vernacular phenomenon has had on you and your identity. Detail how this aspect of your culture is produced, reproduced, and consumed in everyday ways. How was it transmitted to you and how did it become part of your everyday life? Essentially, what is the significant meaning?
Source, Format, Organization & Length Requirements
Minimum Source Requirement: Synthesize library research, observations, and your own knowledge from course content and personal experience. Use at least 2 citable sources (see Evaluating Sources resources provided).
Formatting: Paper of 2-3 pages of text + cover + works cited in Times New Roman 12 point font, double spaced, 1″ margins OR 5-8 minute video with audio content and works cited on screen.
Citation Style: APA format required (if producing a video cite sources verbally and include a Works Cited “slide” or image).
File format & name: Papers in Word doc or equivalent OR videos in mp4 file format. Filename: GEOG357_Inquisition1_YourLastName
Organization: The work must include –
Cover page or introduction statement – Title, your name, assignment & option, instructor, and date.
Body Text that includes:
Introduction – provide context, state topic and research question, and give the reader a roadmap for where the paper is going.
Focus – explain your critical analysis. This should include both the method used and the findings of your research. Use supportive evidence from your source material (See Critical Analysis in Writing handout).
Conclusion – let the reader know what you concluded, or learned, from the evidence. Answer the research question. Show how you supported your argument. Do not simply restate your introduction or summarize your paper.
Works cited, properly formatted using APA guidelines (See APA Resources).

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Please read attached file for assignment requirements. There is a rubric given i

Please read attached file for assignment requirements. There is a rubric given in the end as well.
Lesson 1.2: Read chapter 1 pages 4 – 12
Lesson 2.1: Read chapter 1 pages 12 – 21
I have access to the PDF copy of the book but cannot attach it here. Please contact me so that I can send you a copy. The book is missing page numbers so it’s a little confusing.

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After you read the book and watch the video, apply what you learned by writing a

After you read the book and watch the video, apply what you learned by writing a 500-750 word essay and explain:
What you think is in store for the world’s population problem and do you think Malthus’ theory is correct or incorrect?
Here are some ideas to help.
1. Explain the main ideas of Malthus’ theory.
2. Apply some of the topics in the video and chapter and relate them to Malthus’ theory.
3. What are some of the major population problems of the world? Where are most of these problems in the world? Apply the fundamental attributes of demography (migration, population density, total fertility rate, mortality rate are a few examples) to analyze problems that you observe.
Video: How Many People Can Live on Planet Earth?