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Anthropology test 1 review Anthropology Holistic – study whole of human condition Comparitive – compare across cultures 4 subfields Sociocultural Ethnography – study culture through fieldwork Ethnology – cross culture comparison Archaeological Concerned with material culture Physical – study human biological diversity Also called Biological Anthropology Linguistic – study of language in society and culture Universal features of lang Lang as a medium Culture – everything people have, think, or do as members of society Conditioned – person’s background influences thoughts/values/beliefs Learned – acquired through interactions/experiences Enculturation – process of learning culture after birth Symbolic – used to bestow meaning on event/object Biological Adaptive – relative on environmental conditions Integrated – cohesive structure – many interconnections All Encompassing – all aspects of human social living Active – culture is contested Interdependent Identity – people identify with their culture Taken for granted Ethnocentrism – my culture is the best
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