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Exam StudyGuide 2 ANT101 Glover

Exam StudyGuide 2 ANT101 Glover - ANT 101/ESP 101 Winter...

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ANT 101/ESP 101 Winter 2008 Study Guide for Exam 2 Dear Students, You’ve bravely made it through a big chunk of material in only 6 weeks. Be Proud! Below is your study guide to help you prepare for the second exam. I want to emphasize that the exam is somewhat cumulative in that concepts from the second part of the course build upon those in the first. For instance, you can’t discuss the transition to agriculture without understand the economics of foraging. Make sure that you are clear on what aspects of the first part of the course apply to the second. The first exam is the same format as the first. There will be 4 essay questions (each worth 10 course points) and some chance for extra credit. So, come to the exam with a pen (no pencil please) and your well-rested and prepared brain. Don’t hesitate to contact me if you need advice, or are puzzled by something. Good Luck Studying, Dr. Glover New Models: There will be no calculations on the exam. However, you do need to be able to explain each of these models in some detail. What does each predict about how the environment shapes
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