英文代写-ANTB20
时间:2021-04-18
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Waqas H. Butt, Student Number
ANTB20: Ethnography and Global Contemporary
Winter 2021
April 15, 2021 (date of submission)

Question 1.A

PARAGRAPH 1 The font to be used in the body of the paragraph is Garamond or Times
New Roman, size 12 (size 11 in header). Margins are 1 inch. Your name, course number and title,
and date of submission at the top of the page should be single spaced, and the rest will be double
spaced, except for block quotations as I explain below. Each paragraph should be indented. You will
be graded on grammar, spelling, and formatting but not on style since this is a take-home midterm.
You do not need an introductory paragraph for short and mediums length answers. Those answers
should be directed responses to the question(s) being asked. Short answers should be one long
paragraph (approximately .5–1 page, double-spaced), and medium answers should be three
paragraphs long (approximately 1–1.5 pages, double spaced). The long answer should have an
introductory paragraph, several body paragraphs (approximately three), a brief concluding
paragraph, and should be around 2.5–3 pages, doubled spaced. The total length of the midterm
should be 5–8 pages, double spaced, in length.
PARAGRAPH 2 If the quotation is longer (longer than three lines when written in Word),
block quote. For instance,
Although these peoples have long histories of exclusion from citizenship in places such as
Canada and the United States, their political goals have always been about more than equal
access to the rights of other citizens. Their self-identification as members of nations with
rights of self-government distinguish their demands from those of other minorities and
require legal solutions that enable the existence, within a state, of rights in and allegiances to
separate political communities (Backburn 2009: 66).

Note, if you quote this way, you do not include quotation marks. However, if you do a regular
citation, you will include them. For instance, Gregory states, “…the copresence of a tourism
industry that thrived on racialized constructions of the exotic and an elite ideology that coded
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blackness and Haitian identity as radically Other and external to the nation” (2014:190). Note, since
you wrote “Gregory states,” you do not need to include the name in the parenthesis. A
different example would be this. Citizenship can become racialized and that is important for the
politics of culture: “Cultural citizenship is a dual process of self-making and being-made within webs
of power linked to the nation-state and civil society” (Ong 1996: 738). If you quote the same
author and text back to back, use this form with “Ibid.:”
…I use "cultural citizenship" to refer to the cultural practices and beliefs produced out of
negotiating the often ambivalent and contested relations with the state and its hegemonic
forms that establish the criteria of belonging within a national population and territory.
Cultural citizenship is a dual process of self-making and being-made within webs of power
linked to the nation-state and civil society (Ibid. 1996: 738)

PARAGRAPH 3 Do not worry about telling me where you are quoting from. Simply cite
the text in the parenthetical form (author’s lastname date: page number). No reason to write Steven
Gregory in The Devil Behind the Mirror. It is adequate to write, “Steven Gregory (2014) emphasizes
the cultural dynamics of globalization.” You do not need to have a bibliography or works cited since
you will only be using texts from class. All this information (author, dates) is on the syllabus. When
citing lecture, use the following format (Butt Lecture Date)—so, for example (Butt Lecture
2020.02.23). Lastly, you do not need to cite in-class films, since the film you are referencing will be
clear in your response.
PARAGRAPH 4 Make sure you answer what the question is asking. Most questions have
multiple parts, and even if they do not explicitly state them, they require answers that build up.
Therefore, a long answer should be at least 2.5 pages.
PARAGRAPH 5 In the long answer, you should have a concluding paragraph. This will
summarize what your answer was, how you made it based on the readings available to you, and how
it relates to the main point of the question (e.g. nationalism and citizenship). The next answer should
be contiguous with the previous answer, that is on the same page with no page break.
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Question 2.B

PARAGRAPH 1 The font to be used in the body of the paragraph is Garamond or Times
New Roman, size 12 (size 11 in header). Margins are 1 inch. Your name, course number and title,
and date of submission at the top of the page should be single spaced, and the rest will be double
spaced, except for block quotations as I explain below. Each paragraph should be indented. You will
be graded on grammar, spelling, and formatting but not on style, since this is a take home midterm.
You do not need an introductory paragraph for short and mediums length answers. Those answers
should be directed responses to the question(s) being asked. Short answers should be one long
paragraph (approximately .5–1 page, double-spaced), and medium answers should be three
paragraphs long (approximately 1–1.5 pages, double spaced). The long answer should have an
introductory paragraph, several body paragraphs (approximately three), a brief concluding
paragraph, and should be around 2.5–3 pages, doubled spaced. The total length of the midterm
should be 5–8 pages, double spaced, in length.
PARAGRAPH 2 If the quotation is longer (longer than three lines when written in Word),
block quote. For instance,
Although these peoples have long histories of exclusion from citizenship in places such as
Canada and the United States, their political goals have always been about more than equal
access to the rights of other citizens. Their self-identification as members of nations with
rights of self-government distinguish their demands from those of other minorities and
require legal solutions that enable the existence, within a state, of rights in and allegiances to
separate political communities (Backburn 2009: 66).

Note, if you quote this way, you do not include quotation marks. However, if you do a regular
citation, you would include them. For instance, Gregory states, “…the copresence of a tourism
industry that thrived on racialized constructions of the exotic and an elite ideology that coded
blackness and Haitian identity as radically Other and external to the nation” (2014:190). Note, since
you wrote “Gregory states,” you do not need to include the name in the parenthesis. A
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different example would be this. Citizenship can become racialized and that is important for the
politics of culture: “Cultural citizenship is a dual process of self-making and being-made within webs
of power linked to the nation-state and civil society” (Ong 1996:738). If you quote the same
author and text back to back, use this form with “Ibid.:”
…I use "cultural citizenship" to refer to the cultural practices and beliefs produced out of
negotiating the often ambivalent and contested relations with the state and its hegemonic
forms that establish the criteria of belonging within a national population and territory.
Cultural citizenship is a dual process of self-making and being-made within webs of power
linked to the nation-state and civil society (Ibid. 1996: 738)

PARAGRAPH 3 Do not worry about telling me where you are quoting from. Simply cite
the text in the parenthetical form (author’s lastname date: page number). No reason to write Steven
Gregory in The Devil Behind the Mirror. It is adequate to write, “Steven Gregory (2014) emphasizes
the cultural dynamics of globalization.” You do not need to have a bibliography or works cited since
you will only be using texts from class. All this information (author, dates) is on the syllabus.
PARAGRAPH 4 Make sure you answer what the question is asking. Most questions have
multiple parts, and even if they do not explicitly state them, they require answers that build up.
Therefore, a long answer should be at least 2.5 pages.
PARAGRAPH 5 In the long answer, you should have a concluding paragraph. This will
summarize what your answer was, how you made it based on the readings available to you, and how
it relates to the main point of the question (e.g. nationalism and citizenship). The next answer should
be contiguous with the previous answer, that is on the same page with no page break.


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