When researching what exactly is race, I came up with the answer of it’s a group of people who share similar and distinct physical characteristics. WhenI asked six different people what race meant to them I received similar answers. Some of the people thought it was associated with the origins of where you’re from. I also had a few people tell me it had to do with the color of your skin, and the physical attributes of your face features. The answers that I received didn’t surprise me at all, I assumed that everyone would say race had to do with the physical attributes of a person (skin color, shape of eyes, or nose, eye color, etc) or the origins of where you are from. To me, I think race has to do with physical characteristics as well. I’ve learned that everyone pretty much thinks the same about race. I also learned that society have taught us what race is, or suppose to be, that’s why most of us think the same about what race is. This assignment has taught me that it could be easy and hard when trying to conduct anthropological research. For example, when asking these people what was race I pretty much received the same answer, which made it easy. However, what if the topic was something that was more harder to give an exact answer to, a question where asking six different people, I would get six different answers. That would make the research a lot more harder and it would be really hard to get one concise result to the question.