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 * Have you found ethnographic sources, like ethnographic books on a single area or type of population? What did you learn from them?  * Have you found ethnographic sources, like ethnographic books on a single area or type of population? What did you learn from them? 
-* Have you identified the who, what, where and when of a single ​topic, and how precise have you gotten about the setting of this research?  +* Have you identified the who, what, where and when of each possible ​topic, and how precise have you gotten about the setting of this research?  
-* What is interesting about this topic to you? Why do you care about it? Is there a [[:The Quest:​Choosing a topic|problem]] that you need to solve in this research project?  +* What is interesting about each topic to you? Why do you care about it? Is there a [[:The Quest:​Choosing a topic|problem]] that you need to solve in this research project?  
-* Have you cited the sources you have been consulting+* Have you cited the sources you have been consulting?
  
-Keep in mind that this is a '​progress assignment'​. ​You are not being evaluated ​on whether ​you completed a taskother thanof coursecompleting the task of writing ​about something ongoing. Still, please format your writing in a readable way. Make sure your prose is readable. Use complete sentences and spellcheck and proofread your writing. Use the [[Documents with style|classic format for all written work]]. Put your name and the date on your work. +Keep in mind that this is a '​progress assignment'​. ​This task does not exist in isolation. You'll be graded ​on how far you have gotten in an ongoing processbut this process is not complete yetand so your ideas do not have to be perfectand you don't have to be sure about what you are thinking yet. Still, please format your writing in a readable way. Make sure your prose is readable. Use complete sentences and spellcheck and proofread your writing. Use the [[Documents with style|classic format for all written work]]. Put your name and the date on your work. 
  
-You should upload a file with your topic statement to the Blackboard dropbox for this assignment by March 15, 11:59 p.m. Read the instructions on submitting your work carefully. ​+You should upload a file with your topic statement to the Blackboard dropbox for this assignment by March 14, 11:59 p.m. Read the instructions on submitting your work carefully. ​
  
  
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