If so, what are you studying?
How do you enjoy anthropology?This one did, and it homeschooled. It is an honor student and has a scholarship and everything. It studies primarily Anthropology, as well as Psychology, and some other stuff it thinks is cool, like philosophy, creative writing, and digital community studies. Peace.
You know, I hear that lawyers with a background in engineering can make it pretty well in the field of patent law. You might want to consider that.I'm currently studying mechanical engineering and minoring in economics. Totally opposite sides of the spectrum, I'm straddling this bitch for as long as I can before the decision is forced. At the end of the day I don't know if I'll ever give one up or make my decision, I have a tendency to let these things be decided arbitrarily. I originally decided to do engineering based on my interest in the products of MechE, cars and planes and such, but now that I've gotten a tiny taste of the real work it can be pretty tedious, a lot of grunt work involved. That and I find it difficult to really mesh with the people around me, I've noticed a difference between the best engineers that look like they were born to do the work, and myself, even though I do pretty damn well for myself. I'm currently thinking about leveraging my econ studies+quantitative skills into the field of finance. Why do I always make things difficult for myself...
Anthropology is absolutely awesome. I love studying humans, I love studying culture. Language/linguistics, archaeology/egyptology, primatology, it's all fascinating to me. Anthropology is absolutely my most major love, because nothing else is quite as holistic or practices quite so much cultural relativism as anthropology does.How do you enjoy anthropology?