Expert Answer:Anthropology Assignments

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Anthropology 130 Extra Credit – Chimp&See
20 points maximum
Citizen science is the name given to programs that allow the public to contribute to
scientific research. One citizen science project is called Chimp&See (get it?). Volunteers
can view short video clips taken from motion-sensitive wildlife cameras in Africa and
attempt to identify any animals that are visible. Who knows what you could see!
Part One
1. Optional: Watch my tutorial video here for the general feel, though the system
recently updated:
2. Go to the Chimp&See website:
3. Click on the green “Get Started” button to proceed.
4. Follow the instructions to understand the interface and the procedure.
5. For each video clip, mark any visible animals and their behavior. Do not worry about
being wrong since many volunteers will see each clip to reach a consensus. Make
your best guess for each one.
6. Make notes about what you saw to help you complete this assignment.
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Part Two
After viewing at least 25 clips, you can proceed with the assignment. Try to have at least
one primate sighting, though this may not happen due to chance. Write at least a
paragraph about what you saw, answering each of the following questions if applicable:
1. What types of environments did you see?
2. What primates did you see?
3. What primate behaviors did you witness?
4. What other animals did you see living in the same environment?
5. What surprised you about what you saw?
Your writeup should be at least 300 words. Turn in your completed assignment on
Canvas or in class by the due date.
A full score will be given to a reflection that addresses all of the required points.
Chimp&See is very addictive! I urge you to continue with the project if you find it
enjoyable since your effort goes toward a great cause. Your instructor has viewed over
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1000 clips. He has seen leopards, elephants, porcupines, warthogs, and of course
many monkeys and chimpanzees.
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Anthropology 130 Extra Credit – Web Articles on Race
20 points maximum
With the recent news stories showing differences in experience by members of different
races in the United States, new attempts to start the conversation on race and culture
have been published online. This assignment involves carefully exploration of one of the
recent media pieces on the topic and summarizing its main points.
Part One
Choose one of the following links for this assignment.
• Flam, F. (2016, October 3). Concept of race stands as science’s biggest blunder [Web
article]. The Kansas City Star. Retrieved from
• Fuentes, A. (2015, June 22). Ignorance about race is killing us [Web article].
Psychology Today. Retrieved from
Part Two
Answer both parts of the prompt:
a. What is the main point that the writer conveyed?
b. What are two quotes from the article that especially caught your attention? Why
were these passages effective in making their points?
Your reflection should be at least 300 words, and written as an organized paragraph.
Turn in your completed assignment on Canvas or in class by the due date.
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A full score will be given to a reflection that addresses all of the required points.
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Anthropology 130 Extra Credit – AAPA Statement on Race
20 points maximum
The AAPA is the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, the largest and oldest
national professional organization for people in this field. It was founded in 1930! As
representatives of this profession, they release statements addressing issues of concern in our
culture, offering their evidence-based perspective.
Part One
Go to and
read the AAPA Statement on Biological Aspects of Race (American Association of Physical
Anthropologists, 2019). The AAPA statement was written by a committee of physical
anthropologists to address how the concept of race as thought of by the public does not match
what anthropologists have found.
Part Two
Reflect on race, anthropology, and our culture. Answer each part of the question.
a. How does the public view of race differ from the anthropological view?
b. This statement is very new, from April 2019. Do you think this message is helpful in
educating the public? Why or why not?
Your reflection should be at least 300 words, and written as an organized paragraph. Turn in
your completed assignment on Canvas or in class by the due date.
• A full score will be given to a reflection that addresses all of the required points.
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American Association of Physical Anthropologists. (2019). AAPA statement on race and racism.
Retrieved from
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Anthropology 130 Extra Credit – Seeking Nature
20 points maximum
Living things are all around you but they are often unnoticed or unappreciated. Use a
Pokémon Go-like app to catalog the organisms around you! This assignment does
involve using a phone app that requires signing in, but is free to use otherwise.
Part One
1. Download the app “Seek by iNaturalist” to your smartphone.
2. Go through the tutorial to learn how the app works.
3. Click the green camera icon to identify some life around you. Both plants and
animals are fine. The app can be picky but get five different organisms identified.
They will be filed under “My Observations.”
4. Go to “My Observations” and read about the species you found.
5. Write a short paragraph (at least 250 words total) listing what organisms you found,
where you found it, and a fact about each one.
Turn in your completed assignment on Canvas or in class by the due date.
Grading is based on following the above instructions.
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Any time I see a living thing I don’t recognize (or I’m really bored), I bring out the Seek
app to have a look at what is around me. I hope you keep it around and use it the same
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