Lecture2AnthroAcademicDiscipline

Lecture2AnthroAcademicDiscipline - ECUADOR B. HISTORIC/...

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LECTURE 2 – ANTHRO AS AN ACADEMIC DISCIPLINE I. HUMANITY OR SCIENCE? A. MOST HUMANITIC OF THE SCIENCES 1. POSITIVISM, REAL WORLD, OBJECTIVE & MEASURABLE 2. MENOPUASAL HOT FLASHES B. MOST SCIENTIFIC OF THE HUMANITIES 1. INSIDER’S VIEWS 2. CONSTRUCTIONISTS 3. PEOPLE CONSTRUCT OWN REALITIES 4. MENOPAUSAL HOT FLASHES II. SOCIOCULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY A. ETHNOGRAPHY/WRITE/DESCRIBE B. ETHNOLOGY/COMPARE/ANALYZE C. ISSUES OF VOICE, WHO SPEAKS FOR WHOM III. ARCHEOLOGY A. PREHISTORIC/ RAISED FIELD IN
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Unformatted text preview: ECUADOR B. HISTORIC/ FOX/ CUSTER C. PRESENT/ CROW CREEK/REBURIAL IV. BIOLOGICAL A. EVOLUTIONARY/POLITICS OF PERMISSIONS/EARLY HOMINIDS B. GENETICS/ICELAND/HUMAN GENOME/ RACE AND ETHNICITY C. NON HUMAN PRIMATES D. GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT- OBESITY E. ENV & ADAPTATION/BEDOIN JACKETS FAT & FERTILITY V. LINGUISTICS A. STRUCTURES B. USE AND MEANINGS C. LANGUAGES OF INSTRUCTION VI. APPLEID ANTHROPOLOGY (ALL THE ABOVE) A. CULTURAL SURVIVAL/INDIGENOUS RIGHTS B. AND YOU...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course ANTH 210 taught by Professor Davis during the Spring '08 term at University of South Dakota.

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