Anthropological Contributions: Issue of Internet Communication

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Essay #: 066076
Total text length is 9,473 characters (approximately 6.5 pages).

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The beginning:
Anthropological Contributions: Issue of Internet Communication
The public issue assignments
Assignment #2: anthropological contribution paper
Due date: 3 February 2011 in tutorial
Format: Maximum six-page DS paper with bibliography, title page. Title page should state
"Anthropological Contributions Paper," have the course name, date, your name, your student
number, and your TA's name.
Introduction
As we well know, anthropological contributions (or insights) are anthropological ideas or research findings that contribute to the discussion of public issues. One of the obvious phenomena of the past generation has been the manner in which the internet has re-defined how we communicate with one another and how it has produced new communities...
The end:
..... ensures that diverse communities – diverse communities that are always changing – can be linked together.
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