Lecture1GettingStarted

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GETTING STARTED I. WHAT IS ANTHROPOLOGY A. B. PRESENT, FAMILIAR AND NEARBY C. CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY 1. SELF AS METHOD 2. PARTICIPANT OBSERVATION FIELDWORK II. THE SCOPE OF ANTHROPOLOGY A. CULTURE, LANGUAGE, BIOLOGY, EVOLUTION, ENVIRONMENT, (PRE)HISTORY B. SUBFIELDS 1. CULTURAL 2. BIOLOGICAL/PHYSICAL 3. ARCHEOLOGY 4. LINGUISTICS III. A DISCIPLINE THAT IS
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Unformatted text preview: A. COMPREHENSIVE - GLOBALIZATION B. SPECIALIZED – ETHNOGRAPHICA MINIMA IV. RELEVANCE OF ANTHROPOLOGY A. ANTHRO & NATIVE/ETHNIC STUDIES CULTURAL STUDIES B. THE GLOBAL-VILLAGE-IDIOT-THING V. WHO’S TEACHING THIS COURSE A. MEDICAL, PYSCHOLOGICAL, SEX AND GENDER, FISHING, MTTHODS [FISH, SEX AND MENOPAUSE] B. NEWFOUNDLAND [CA], ARCTIC NORWAY, US...
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course ANTH 101 taught by Professor Davis during the Spring '08 term at University of South Dakota.

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