There have been numerous studies regarding music and the effect that it has on attitudes. However, the attitudes tested on the participants in a research study by Heidi, Porter, and Saito (2012) was done through a musical presentation. Heidi, Porter, and Saito (2012) showed in previous studies that chronicle forms, such as, TV and radio can directly influence behavior and attitudes. Conversely, the results in this research paper are limited due to the fact that only one type of musical presentation was performed; nonetheless, it showed that the sound waves and power of the music affected attitudes in some way. To understand how that works, the study showed a certain type of musical performance with a specific theme to inspect how the musical performance affected the attitudes of the participants. The study included 171 audience members before and after a professionally made musical comedy which used social-cognitive moralities that circled around a deer hunt. The measures comprised an 8-item Hunting Attitude Scale and also an instrument evaluating how connected the audience was to the musical, such as, levels of captivation, intellectual stimulation, emotional resonance, spiritual value, social cohesion/insight, and specific emotional reactions. While the participants were waiting to enter the theater, they were given a packet containing a demographic questionnaire, pre-show questionnaire, and a pre-show hunting attitude scale 15 minutes prior to the show started. All the
The symbolic-interaction approach suggests that
• individuals use gender as one element of their personal performances as they
socially construct reality through everyday interactions.
• gender plays a part in shaping almost all our everyday experiences.
Because our society defines men as having more value than women, the sex roles that define
how women and men should behave place men in control of social situations; women play a more
create models like the target audience many
companies buy into the practice of “cool hunting”
consultants. The consultants find trendsetters and
leaders in schools, malls, and local hangouts.
Correspondents take pictures and interview people
about their style and then seek patterns and
themes from the trendsetters.
A&F is already very successful among teenagers in
the United States.…
Anthropology=Study of Humankind
Human species and ancestors
Holistic(整体的)--past, present, and future; biology, society, language, and culture
Comparative, cross-cultural perspective
Exploring variation in time (diachronic历经时间长河的) and space (synchronic不考虑历史上变化的)
Anthropology in the news:
It is all about adaptation
What distinguishes humans from other species?
Before J. Goodall, it was just technology
Rounding to n significant figures is a more general-purpose technique than rounding to ndecimal places, since it handles numbers of different scales in a uniform way. For example, the population of a city might only be known to the nearest thousand and be stated as 52,000, while the population of a country might only be known to the nearest million and be stated as 52,000,000.…
CONTENTS: CASE STUDIES
CASE STUDY 1
Midsouth Chamber of Commerce (A): The Role of the Operating Manager in
CASE STUDY I-1
IMT Custom Machine Company, Inc.: Selection of an Information Technology
CASE STUDY I-2
VoIP2.biz, Inc.: Deciding on the Next Steps for a VoIP Supplier
CASE STUDY I-3
The VoIP Adoption at Butler University
CASE STUDY I-4
Supporting Mobile Health Clinics: The Children’s Health Fund of New York City
CASE STUDY I-5…