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Title

Sunrise, Zoom session 4, code 3

Project

Heritage Conversation Partners

Content

Clip

Session ID

3.4.3.2022

Interviewee(s)

Monica Castillo
Dora Osal

Interviewer(s)

Graf, Liz; Staiano, Arianna; Wessels, Amanda; Crim, Nicole; Larson, Sara

Date Recorded

23-2-2022

Date Produced

27 April 2022

Date Archived

6 May 2022

Biography

Anthropology Students enrolled in ANT 300 at the University of Northern Colorado discuss types of houses, family and housing in their countries. Participants shared their house styles, what types of houses are common in their countries, what family dynamics are and what the housing-financial situation is like in their home countries. The discussions also asked the participants to talk about how their families operate, what the culture is like for married couples and life with children in the house. Questions were provided by Dr. Michael Kimball.

Subject

Anthropology Students enrolled in ANT 300 at the University of Northern Colorado discuss types of houses, family and housing in their countries. Participants shared their house styles, what types of houses are common in their countries, what family dynamics are and what the housing-financial situation is like in their home countries. The discussions also asked the participants to talk about how their families operate, what the culture is like for married couples and life with children in the house. Questions were provided by Dr. Michael Kimball.

Geographic Coverage

Greeley, Colorado; Illinois; Germany; Mexico; Norway; Venezuela

Transcript Code

English learning

Transcript Code Definition

How they feel about their progess so far and how they learn english outside of their class

Transcript Code Example

"Seeing the TV news or not TV news because Internet, of course, the news or movies on only in English and try to think in English, just to do a better divest the next time."

Research Question(s)

1

Timestamp Start

52:53

Timestamp Finish

53:53

Abstract

Anthropology Students enrolled in ANT 300 at the University of Northern Colorado discuss types of houses, family and housing in their countries. Participants shared their house styles, what types of houses are common in their countries, what family dynamics are and what the housing-financial situation is like in their home countries. The discussions also asked the participants to talk about how their families operate, what the culture is like for married couples and life with children in the house. Questions were provided by Dr. Michael Kimball.

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