Taken: May 22, 2008
Cultural Anthropology is my first-choice major for college, but what does this mean to me? I am still unsure of why I want to study this topic or any other topic because the future scares me. I think I am the type of person who keeps moving on, and never stays on one thing. For example, in the same year, I wanted to do architecture, but then my mind can't work in the creative function everyday. I didn't have a great talent for it, so I just stopped caring about participating and focused more in just appreciating great architecture.
Then, I rethought about my major and how broad this topic is. Seriously, I think I am interested in the way humans act, how they mold both tangible and intangible objects into their culture, and how all these shape their societies and the Earth. However, is that enough to show any passion for this topic? Overall, I think I am lacking passion for anything. I set a goal for myself to learn at least six languages, yet, I feel a great desire to give up. This is important factor for me if I am asked to do an interview for a few of my colleges.
What am I interested in? Food, clothing, art, specialized occupations, societal functions, or families? No idea. I keep feeling worried as I think of these things.
Blog: African Cultural Anthropology
It is surprising that the African studies are very popular from when I searched for pictures and blogs. However, I know for sure that I don't want to focus of Africa. And even though, I think this way, this blog includes lots of information such as what does Anthropolgy study and why.
"Anthropology is not limited to any particular aspect of man. Rather, it studies man in his totality as a group member." Then it introduces two branches of anthropology, and that is the physical and the mental parts of man.
As for career, I guess I can put my knowledge in anthropology through advertisement.
Ad Shop Injects Strategic, Creative Thinking With Cultural, Social Anthropology