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Cultural Domain English 1102

Cultural Domain English 1102

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Cultural Domain AnalysisIntroduction
: As we discussed, culture is influenced by multiple components thatwork both separately and together to compose a complete identity of the culture. Forthis activity, you will explore the culture and setting of your concept by completing adomain analysis.Within the domain analysis, I want you to reflect the culture and setting of yourconcept by thinking about the elements that create culture – the locations, people,ideas, and objects. To conduct this reflection, use the chart provided below to list asmany details as you can for each of the four components of your culture/setting. The four components that you will reflect on include:1.
Locations & Events
:
Specific locations (i.e. nations, cities, districts, towns, buildings,architectural structures, rooms, et cetera)
Significant events (historical)
2.
People
:
Significant figures (historical)
Important jobs or professions
Subcultures (groups of people)
3.
Ideas
:
Social ideas/ issues
Cultural values and beliefs
Political ideas
Economy 
Cultural/social trends
4.
Objects/Artifacts
:
Objects that have significance to your concept, such as, but not limitedto:
Clothing
Food
 Art/Literature/Documents
 
Military Equipment/Weaponry 
Vehicles
Tools of the trade
 To complete this assignment, follow the steps below:
Step 1
: Look back at your timeline. Reread each entry, and as you do, account for allthe locations, people, ideas, and artifacts that you see and list them in theappropriate areas in your domain analysis.
Step 2
: Next, look back to your Domain Analysis and fill in the gaps. What did youleave out? What important locations, people, ideas, and artifacts are not accountedfor?As you create your lists, try to be as specific as you can (For example, if you areworking with “Location,” instead of writing “Germany” or “concentration camps,”write “Auschwitz,” or even “barracks” or “labor yards.”).
Student Name:Cultural Domain Analysis
Location & EventsPeople
Indiana-Bloomington (high school location)
Bloomington High School
Istres Air Base, Istres France (where they werestationed in France) (where they return after  battle in France)
Fort Meade, Maryland (where they werestationed before they went over seas)
The beaches of Normandy, France (where thefighting will take place)
Rose Hill Cemetery, Bloomington Indiana
Robert Booker (Main Character)
 James Emerson (Best Friend)
Bobby Booker (Roberts Father)
Maria Booker (Roberts Mother)
General Jackson
6 privates that are in the samecompany
Alan Smith (private)
 Jack Keating (private)
 Thomas Allen (private)
Oscar Ramos (private)
Pablo Alva (private)
Nicholas Dease (private)

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