JMU Study Guide Exam I

JMU Study Guide Exam I - JMU Study Guide Exam I. CH 1. What...

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JMU Study Guide Exam I. CH 1. What is Anthropology: Holism Culture biological vs. cultural adaptation Four sub-fields Cultural Anthropology Ethnography Archaeology Biological or Physical Anthropology Sociolinguistic Anthropology Ethnology Answers to questions on your film viewing guide for Cannibal Tours Methods and Ethics How do anthropologists produce knowledge about other people? Why are ethical concerns relevant? Relationship between anthropological ethics and bioethics (medical experimentation) Discussion of what IRB standards of regulation are not relevant for anthropological research What are the ethical obligations of the anthropologist according to the American Anthropological Association and Institutional Review Boards? Reciprocity Participant-observation Formal and informal interviews Genealogy Social Network Analysis Survey Research Institutional Review Board Field-work Informed consent Key informants Ch. 14. The Modern World System Immanuel Wallerstein Ferdinand Braudel Sidney Mintz, sugar Capitalist world economy
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