Ceremonial pole/Background information

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  • beginning
  • middle
  • goals
Collect and Share information various inter-lingual wiki projects.
Note simillarities between various world traditions
Analyse avilable information and simillarities MPOV manner
To find whether any traditions may have had inter relations in distant or ancient past, wherever available and possible with anthro openions.
  • time constraints : Initially to be updated atleast once in 15 days, there after once in 4 months and there after once in six months.

Background information[edit | edit source]

Background information is what knowledge, data, or facts are known about a topic. It is usually obtained by reading or studying any existing material on the subject matter. It can help you to understand what the focus of your research should be, and can keep you from becoming overwhelmed. By including background information you can help your audience and yourself to better understand the effects of your research on existing knowledge. Good research reports should include background information that answers some questions readers might have. Table 1.1 includes some example questions that might help you when you are looking to include background information.

Table 1.1
  • What do you already know about the topic?

Ceremonial pole is a human tradition since ancient times; either existed in past at some point of time, or still exists in some cultures across global continents from north to south & from east to west. Ceremonial poles are used to symbolize a variety of concepts in several different world cultures.

  • What questions do you hope to answer?

Through article Ceremonial pole we intend to take encyclopedic note of cultural aspects and festive celebrations and dances around Ceremonial pole together as an umbrella article and want to have historical, mythological, anthropological aspects, reverence or worships wherever concerned and available.

While Ceremonial poles have a long past and strong presence but usually less discussed subject.

If any wikimedian is having any reliable information , please do list the same on Talk:Ceremonial pole page so that other wikimedians may help improve by interlanguage collaborations

To find whether any traditions may have had inter relations in distant or ancient past, wherever available and possible with anthro openions.
  • Why do you want answers?
Prima facia some cultural traditions seems to have simillarities, Many aspects are still under reported want to take note of as many as possible (and wikimedia and commons are available in various languages taking advantage of wiki community to collect info about under reported cultures) and find out if inter relations in distant or ancient past without any prejudice or pre concieved mind
  • What do you think the answers are?
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  • How long do you think it will take to find answers?
  • What steps do you intend to take to find answers?
  • What hypotheses do you intend to evaluate?
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  • What do you think the evaluation will show?
  • What will evaluating the hypotheses help you do?
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