ANT 206STudyGuideFirstexamF07

ANT 206STudyGuideFirstexamF07 - ANT 206: Study Guide for...

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ANT 206: Study Guide for First Exam Chapter 1: What is Biological Anthropology? 1. What is the primary paradigm of Biological Anthropology? 2. Understand and be able to identify certain periods of Earth history according to the Geologic Time Scale (GTS). 3. What are the subfields of Biological Anthropology and be able to differentiate between them. 4. Know the history of Biological Anthropology. 5. What are the 4 major subfields of anthropology and what are the primary characteristics of each subfield? 6. What are the 3 characteristics of anthropology that make it a science? Chapter 2: Natural Selection and Darwin. 1. What is the definition of evolution according to Fuentes? 2. What is the Great Chain of Being? 3. Know the early history of the study of Natural Selection and who was involved. 4. What is uniformitarianism and what scientific discipline is it borrowed from? 5. What is the history of Darwin’s involvement with Natural Selection? 6.
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course ANT 206 taught by Professor Borders during the Fall '08 term at Grand Valley State.

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ANT 206STudyGuideFirstexamF07 - ANT 206: Study Guide for...

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