Welcome to FYE Library Day!
Your Librarian: Jared Seay
Your Peer Facilitator :Sarah Helena Turner
Your Professor: Louise Doire
In today's session, you will learn how to generate effective search strategies and find two types of library sources using a main topic. You will use today's activity to break that research topic into more specific concepts and keywords to more effectively research it.
Part 1: Listen to the nice librarian
Part 2: Concept Mapping
Part 3: Find 1 Book & 1 Article
Part 4: Library Info. & Feedback
Use this information to inform your concept map today
From professor Louise Doire's FYSE 134 Origins: A History of Religion Library Research Assignment
According to Cultural Anthropology: A Perspective on the Human Condition by Emily Shultz and Robert Lavenda, a ritual must fit into four categories. These four categories are: 1) it must be a repetitive social practice, 2) it must be set off from the routines of day to day life, 3) it must follow some sort of ritual schema, 4) it must be encoded in myth.
PART I: In this portion of your paper, you will research a ritual from either Hinduism or Buddhism and: