In honor of Life & Anthropology turning 1 year old tomorrow, we’ve gathered some of the most popular posts up until now. We do have some fun giveaways planned for the future, so make sure to follow our social media sites for updates! Without further ado, here are the 5 best posts for Life & Anthropology:
The American Abroad series started when Briana spent the summer in Rome completing an internship. It remains as one of the most popular series of posts on Life & Anthropology so far.
22 THINGS I’VE LEARNED IN 22 YEARS
For her 22nd birthday, Briana compiled a list of some of the things she’s learned so far and shared them in 22 Things I’ve Learned in 22 Years.
DEALING WITH GRIEF
Doubling as the very first post on Life & Anthropology, Briana wrote this piece several months after Briana lost her older sister. It’s meant to help other people dealing with their own grief and the loss of a close friend, family member, or loved one.
THE EFFECT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON PARASOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS
This research project inspired the creation of this blog. The Effect Of Social Media On Parasocial Relationships takes a look at how social media affect how people view, interact with, and related to the different kinds of celebrities in today’s world. The findings of the study showed that there were no differences in how social media affected how people viewed and interacted with the different kinds of celebrities. This kind of research remains important because delving into the ways that social media affects our world and ability to interact with celebrities.
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As an recent college graduate who studied media studies and anthropology in college, Briana Maddox enjoys learning about different cultures, traditions, holidays, historical figures, experiences, and opinions. With a vested interest in sharing such learning experiences, Briana created Life & Anthropology in the hopes of helping other people gain a better understanding and working knowledge of such topics.