3-4 pages whatever is best..For this part of the assessment, you will act as CRM director holding a hypothetical mitigation meeting where all the invested parties you selected are present. You will be required to address each party individually and as a whole, while supplying an evidenced, analytical justification for the resolution you devised in the previous section of this assessment. Present the press conference with the idea of “cultural mitigation” in mind. compose a written script to present your objective findings as they deal with the complexity of culture and anthropological ethics. Your script should be a minimum of four pages double spaced. continue to expand upon your outline by ensuring that you have thoroughly addressed all five of the following critical elements related to the press conference: I. Discuss how the resolution you devised in the previous section is not only research informed, but is as culturally sensitive as possible to all selected invested parties. II. Make sure your presentation is informed by the complex questions of “Who owns culture?” and “Who owns the past?” Explain these anthropological questions as they specifically pertain to your findings in your press conference. A. Further break down and discuss the issue of ownership of culture as it pertains to living peoples and historical groups that are involved in the archaeological discoveries within the scenario. B. Further break down and discuss the issue of ownership of the past as it pertains to living peoples and historical groups that are involved in the archaeological discoveries within the scenario. C. In your final resolution, differentiate between the “ownership of the past” and the “ownership of culture.” III. How will your decisions on the outcome of the situation impact future generations of cultural groups, specifically economically, religiously, and socially? Use a combination of critical thinking and your background research as an aid to help guide you. IV. Remember that within groups, there are different levels of invested parties. How will the future of the archaeological site impact an individual differently than a group? How would it impact the town or county differently than the state or nation? V. Based upon your prior research into Western science and indigenous knowledge, discuss how different cultural groups will be impacted. Use cultural relativistic analysis to project how plans for the future look differently through the eyes of Western science and indigenous knowledge.
2nd and only need be 1-2 paragraphs select one of the events from the list below:
- American Civil War
- Nineteenth-century American labor movement (multiple events)
- Armenian Genocide
- National Party apartheid in South Africa
- Vietnam War
- Israeli-Palestinian conflict
- September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks
Analyze how the event you selected is viewed from either side of the conflict. Your goal is to demonstrate the complexity of war. Remember, this is not meant to justify one side or the other, but to explore the difference of ideologies and opinions that result in violence.
As part of your response, be sure to address below……
- Briefly discuss the general cultural impact of the event.
- From the viewpoint of an anthropologist conducting research, explain your understanding of two different groups’ perspectives related to the selected events.
- How do different cultural groups commemorate the event you selected?