Class Five

Class Five - Comparison Kapauku and Goldstein No Quiz Decision on syllabus-do you want to move the last two weeks Questions for exam-next week we

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5/13/09 Comparison, Kapauku and Goldstein No Quiz Decision on syllabus-do you want to move the last two weeks? Questions for exam—next week we are reviewing for the exam Omohundro Kapauku Break-15 minutes
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5/13/09 Naturalistic, holistic, comparative Relating the comparative question to the naturalistic method and holistic perspective How do we relate different aspects of cultural practice to one another? How are the different parts connected? Is it possible to get a complete picture in order to do a comparison across cultures?
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5/13/09 The comparative question: do other societies have ideas or practices like this one? How similar or different are they? Why are they similar or different? (Omohundro, 129) Comparison is useful Debunks naïve arguments about unfounded human universals Alternative ways of thinking and doing
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5/13/09 1. retaining the holistic question— and asking how well is this culture “known” by the researcher or how
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course AN 101 taught by Professor Crohn during the Fall '08 term at Quinnipiac.

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Class Five - Comparison Kapauku and Goldstein No Quiz Decision on syllabus-do you want to move the last two weeks Questions for exam-next week we

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