A few things I need to tell you:
I have already done Field site Description that also submitted. Now I have to write Preliminary Report that you have to follow A,B ,and C . The temple name : True Buddha
Diamond Temple of New York Inc. which located Murray Hill, Flushing ; The current revered grand master (Living Buddha
Lian Shen), is the lineage guru of the True Buddha
School. In the absence of HIM , the master Lianja who run the temple ( like Priestof the Temple). The temple is modern Chinese oriented but the Temple follows Tibetan Buddhism. Custom traditional dress is yellow ?burgundy ? maroon. The temple web site is : http://www.tbdtny.org/index.html ; another one is: http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/drabik10website/neighborhoods-2/flushing/houses-of-worship/true-buddha
You can get some information from these two web link and also for writing you can watch in youtube any ritual program about Tibetan Buddhism. YOU ALSO SHOULD READ CAREFULLY The 750 Word Preliminary Report (Instructions): Use informations and instructions and think / pretend yourself you are there in one of the ritual program.
I will have to work on your paper after you send me. Please use easy and simple language and void the plagiarism. Please if you have any question , let me know.
THAT WAS (BELOW) FIELD SITE DESCRIPTION
I have always so much love, passion, and interest about religion. I believe that religion is one of the best ways to make you think that how to take your life journey in peaceful way without harm anybody. Religion gives you a thought, idea and guideline that make you an eternal change and bring an ideal knowledge and enlightenment in your mind. I choose my field site True Buddha
Diamond Temple of New York Inc. which located Murray Hill, Flushing. My ethnography research topic is Buddhism. This temple is directly linked with the True Buddha
society in the entire world, and here in the United States with the True Buddha
School in Seattle. The current revered grand master (Living Buddha
Lian Shen), is the lineage guru of the True Buddha
School. He holds lineage from many schools in South and South East Asia. One of them is from Tibetan Buddhism. This temple Buddha
has the perfect lineage transmissions from: 1.Vajrayana (Tantric) Buddhism Nyingmapa, Kagyudpa, Gelupa, Sakyapa, and the Universe.2.The perfect Root Guru: Living Buddha
Lian-Sheng, the Great Enlightened Vajra Acharya.
I do love and respect Gautama Buddha?s
thought especially- Buddhism and psychology. The establishment of Buddhism predates the field of psychology by over two millennia; so any assessment of Buddhism in terms of psychology is necessarily a modern invention. I think I have to need a whole day observation; the way I can study three times prayers that include their customs, tradition, belief, and message etc. There is public transportation that will help me to access my field site. Certainly Language will be an issue in my field site. I will try my best to get help as much as I can. I do not have any informant. I must be able try to take an interview from the master of the temple for getting insider information. I might use to get more information from the temple website as outside materials.
The 750 Word Preliminary Report (Instructions):
Later in the semester you will be required to turn in a preliminary report. This is a ROUGH DRAFT of the final paper. The purpose of this part of the assignment is to allow the instructor to give you feedback on your work on the project thus far and ensure that you are on the right track. It is acceptable to incorporate the comments given on the preliminary report and use them in the final paper. You will be required to turn in the preliminary report in class AND via safe assign. The preliminary report should include:
A. An Introduction should be followed by the instructions (see below).
I. Introduction (~150 words)
a. Identify the topic of your ethnography project. What did you choose to study?
b. Identify your field site.
c. Identify the sources that you used. List any published material. If you had an informant, provide a brief biography, but do not identify your informant by name.
II. Write a brief outline of an event describing step-by-step what occurred. Do not interpret or analyze the event at this time. (~500 words) Pay attention to:
a. Who was there? (Genders, races, ethnicities.) What were people wearing and how did they interact.
b. What does the field site look like? Describe it in detail so I can imagine what it would be like to be there.
c. What happened at your field site? Describe what generally happens there. Then describe a specific event that you found particularly interesting.
B.. A pure description of an event you observed. Include a description of the space, the people, your interactions, and everything that occurred during the event, step by step.
C. Begin your analysis (see below). This does not have to be completed fully yet.
Analyze the events that take place at your field site (~700 words).
a. Choose at least THREE of the major themes/topics that we are discussing in class
b. Write about how what you learned at your field site can tell you about or give you insight into the three themes you chose.
c. What conclusions can you make about how the themes you selected are understood in the community where you conducted research?
Note: No conclusion is required for the preliminary report.
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