240530 AL Anthro Lab (P6) (2021W)
- Registration is open from We 01.09.2021 00:01 to We 22.09.2021 23:59
- Deregistration possible until Mo 18.10.2021 23:59
Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N
Update 12.01.2022: Due to the current situation the course will be held digital until the end of the semester.
Update 13.12.2021: The course will be held digital until December 17.
Update 22.11.2021: The course will be held digital during lockdown.
If possible, the course is to be conducted in presence. Due to the respective applicable distance regulations and other measures, adjustments may be made.
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
1) Regular attendance and active participation in the class (max. 20 points)
2) Development and presentation of own project (max 20 points)
3) Commenting other participants research projects (max 20 points)
3) Final individual project: 7-10 standard pages, to be submitted until February 5th 2022 (max 40 points).
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
- 91-100 points: 1 (excellent)
- 81-90 points: 2 (good)
- 71-80 points: 3 (satisfactory)
- 61-70 points: 4 (sufficient)
In order to complete the course, one needs to obtain at least 61 points.
Jefferey, Laura and Natalie Konopinski (2014), Planning your research project, in: Natalie Konopinski (ed.) Doing anthropological research. London: Routledge, 21–36.
Kelly, Tobias (2014) Getting started: the search for anthropological questions, in: Natalie Konopinski (ed.) Doing anthropological research. London: Routledge, 6-20.
Thin, Neil (2014), On the Primary Importance of Secondary Research, in: Natalie Konopinski (ed), Doing anthropological research. London: Routledge, 37–54.