Parkland College Women and Their Choice of Clothing
This podcast is the result of an ethnography assignment for Anthropology 103. With the purpose of discovering how others judge women at Parkland College, the group used anonymous photos of women dressed in various styles and conduced single session interviews with focus groups. Instead of coming to the conclusion that people judge people harshly based on their clothing, it was discovered that participants were reluctant to form an opinion on someone based solely on appearance.
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Arends, Hayley; Banbury, Todd; and Reiss, Kenna Mae, "Parkland College Women and Their Choice of Clothing" (2014). Ethnographies of Parkland Student Life. 8.
Ethnography of Parkland Women and Their Choice of Clothing
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