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Unformatted text preview: opological Linguistics ethnology (socio-cultural anthropology Ecological, Medical, Development, Post Modern, and various Branches Linguistic Anthropology Linguistic
► ► ► ► ► ► The branch of cultural anthropology that studies human The language, origin of langue, description of a language, history of a particular language, changes of languages. history Non western languages Sings and symbols of human and apes. How do language determine our thought process? : empty, How danger…. danger Culture and language in developing worldviews : Cash, Culture bucks, change, : money…. bucks, Social linguistic: race, gender, class, age, technology, Social occupations, social and cultural settings occupations, Ethnology Ethnology
► Archeologists Archeologists study past culture and ethnologists study cultures that can be, or have been, observed firsthand from a comparative or historical perspectives historical ► Ethnologists concentrate on human behaviors and E...
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This note was uploaded on 01/08/2010 for the course ANT 2390 taught by Professor Halder during the Summer '09 term at University College Cayman Islands.
- Summer '09