Examples of Student Projects  in Anthropology and Sociology at
Quinebaug Valley Community College
Danielson, CT

The following archive contains samples of students' projects completed for various courses in anthropology and sociology at QVCC over the past year (since late 1994). Many of these projects include detailed, practical information about resources related to a wide variety of social/cultural issues and concerns. Projects not yet available online will be listed and described briefly, until they can be provided in electronic form.

Origin and Nature of Projects:

bulletExplanation of "Learning Strategies Projects"
bulletExplanation of "Local Studies Projects"

The Projects:

Anthropology

bulletPeoples of the World: Selected Resources...
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bulletAnthropology/Archaeology Resources for the Family...
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bulletAccupressure: Health, Healing and Culture
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bulletA Local Church and its History...
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bulletStone Walls of N.E. Connecticut: A Collection of Photos
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bulletOriginal Photos and Other Resources: The Anasazi
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Sociology

bulletSupport Resources for Adult Survivors of Child Abuse
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bulletDealing With the Sexual Abuse of Children
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bulletResources for Parenting
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bulletPreparing to Celebrate Retirement!
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Description of Classes That Developed These Projects

(Instructor: Dr. Brian Donohue-Lynch, Sociology/Anthropology)

Other Samples of Internet Use in Anthropology and Sociology at QVCC


Please send questions, comments, suggestions etc. to:

Dr. Brian Donohue-Lynch,

bdonohue-lynch@qvcc.commnet.edu

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Page Last Modified: August 31, 2005