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1 Anthro 2AC Reading: Farris 1988 11/21/08 IX. INTERPRETATION 6. One Example: How To Employ Multiple Sources Examine each data source independently Compare – Convergence or Not? Why Discrepancies? May Expect Deep Discrepancies ; Could Be Divergent Views of the Past X. ANALYSIS 1. Classification A. Introduction B. Type – defined C. Attribute – defined i. Stylistic Attributes-descriptive characteristics ii. Form Attributes – 3 dimensional shape iii. Technological Attributes – raw materials, methods employed in manufacture
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Unformatted text preview: D. Discovered Types Emic Classification, Folk Taxonomy, Method of Albert Spaulding, Example Lead to All-Purpose Classifications E. Arbitrary Types James Ford, J.O. Brew, Etic or Behavioral Classification i. Types as Arbitrary Constructs ii. Multiple Types Depends on Information you need, research questions being asked F. Classification 2008 i. Employ combination of both approaches ii. Problem with All-Purpose Classification iii. May be either Emic or Etic...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2009 for the course ANTHRO 2AC taught by Professor Wilkie during the Fall '07 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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