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1 Anthropology: Introduction What is Anthropology? • The study of the human species ( Homo sapiens ) and its immediate ancestors – Holistic approach • Hard to maintain objectivity – we are the objects of our study Sub-disciplines • Physical Anthropology •A rchaeo logy •L ingu is t ics • Cultural Anthropology Biological (Physical) Anthropology • Examines human biological variation in time and space • All of humankind (and our close relatives) Some areas of specialization within physical anthropology: – Human Evolution –Pr imato logy – Forensic Anthropology – Bioarchaeology
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2 Primatology • Non-human primates • Jane Goodall Forensic Anthropology • Identification •Lega l ca se s •Human r
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