4 questions 2-3 sentences each

I’m working on a Social Science question and need guidance to help me study.

Describe one of the beliefs and values of the Navajo as illustrated in your readings.

Describe one way in which the Navajo have incorporated their beliefs and values into the societal structure on the reservation since regaining some autonomy in the 1970’s.

What beliefs and values can be found in your culture? How do these beliefs and values influence your day-to-day life?

Adopt the social science perspective to create a list of questions about this issue. Write at least two questions each from the point of view of a psychologist, a sociologist, and an anthropologist.

4 questions 2-3 sentences each

I need help with a Social Science question. All explanations and answers will be used to help me learn.

1. What types of primary and secondary sources will you need to use to support the topic you are examining in your essay? You don’t need the actual sources yet, but you should have an idea of what they might be (such as an eyewitness account of an event, for example).

2. What are two or three keywords you could use to look for sources to answer this question?

3. What subject terms can you use to continue your search?

4. When you search for “construction,” you get a lot of extraneous answers. What Boolean operators* and corresponding search terms could you use to narrow your search?

4 questions 2-3 sentences each

I’m working on a Social Science question and need guidance to help me study.

Describe one of the beliefs and values of the Navajo as illustrated in your readings.

Describe one way in which the Navajo have incorporated their beliefs and values into the societal structure on the reservation since regaining some autonomy in the 1970’s.

What beliefs and values can be found in your culture? How do these beliefs and values influence your day-to-day life?

Adopt the social science perspective to create a list of questions about this issue. Write at least two questions each from the point of view of a psychologist, a sociologist, and an anthropologist.