How Friendships are Formed at Parkland College
This podcast is the result of an ethnography assignment for Anthropology 103 which focused on perceived difficulties making friendships at Parkland College. Through personal interviews and participant observation, the group concluded that social organizations (such as student clubs or athletics) provide opportunities to form lasting friendships. Individuals who weren't involved in such extracurricular activities were less likely to form lasting bonds.
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Martinez, Kelly; Stanze, Jessica; and Terrell, Jelisa, "How Friendships are Formed at Parkland College" (2015). Ethnographies of Parkland Student Life. 14.
Reflection on ANT 103 ethnography project, How Friendships Are Formed at Parkland College
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