Choice 1) Dogs help humans in many ways including hunting, herding, pulling sleds and as

Choice 1) Dogs help humans in many ways including hunting, herding, pulling sleds and as companions. Dogs and people are buried together at ancient villages, such as in Natufian cemeteries. Dog domestication, discussed by Haviland (pages 109-110), is the subject of new research and lively debate. Using and citing Haviland, Chapter 5 with page numbers and also linked web sources, discuss several theories about the time, place and methods of dog domestication and the uses of dogs during the Neolithic. How do we recognize dog domestication in the archaeological record? The use of the words I or me is fine when referring to your own experiences and ideas. If you use an author’s direct words, or almost their direct words, quotes must be used and the source (last name of author, most recent year of publication and page number from the text) must be given. For example, “Anthropology is the study of humankind in all times and places.” (Haviland 2016, 3). If re-written, mostly in your own words, you omit the quotes but DO give the author, date, and page number. When discussing a video, give the title. For a web source, give a brief address and use quotes if quoting. For example: (americananthro.org, 1/3). Haviland, Prins, Walrath

 

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