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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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