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Unformatted text preview: 10/08/09 Assignment Read Forest Development... Reminders-Quiz next Tuesday-Review Session Today Today About Quiz 2-the three videos, one or two questions based on each video, one or two questions on each of 4 readings (25 MC), fewer personal names this time around-Anthropological Methods, the new ethnography, post-modernism wont be covered on test What are pastoralists and what are common characteristics of pastoralist society ?-quite similar to horticulturalists, they are interested in herding large-animals depending on their geographic location (must be domesticated, camels, reindeer, sheep, cows, horses)-Generally will have some sort of benefit, i.e. milk or bone-Also used for transportation-still many pastoralists around the world, 100 million pastoralists still surviving, unlike the 250,000 gatherers and hunters and 250 million horticulturalists-pastoralists only found in the old world-Northern European, Middle-Eastern or Northern Asian, were most likely pastoralists, they live in social...
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- Fall '07
- Cultural Anthropology