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Articles-15 - Natalie Del Favero Anth 200 Lab Articles 9 13 14&15 9 1 This article is chapter 2 in Jane Goodalls book Through a Window I was

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Natalie Del Favero Anth 200 Lab 9: 1. This article is chapter 2 in Jane Goodall’s book, “Through a Window.” I was mid-article when I realized that the chapter seemed very familiar. Although I was tricked, it was worth reading through twice. I admired Goodall’s honesty when explaining the 1960s mindset of human intellectual and overall superiority over other animals. She does a good job persuading the reader that chimps also have a mind and feelings just as humans do. Although there are still many skeptics today who would consider chimpanzees and other animals to be soulless creatures, I believe that Goodall, as well as her contemporaries, have made great progress in convincing a good portion of the general public that we are not the only valuable creatures occupying this active planet. 2. Maureen and Jess’ lecture on primate studies last week gave me a much more in-depth background to base Goodall’s discussion of the different primate projects done in the 60s. Goodall’s article described the study of Washoe teaching her adopted son Loulis basic ASL signs. I thought it was funny how Loulis easily remembered the signs for food and chewing gum,
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2011 for the course ANTH 200 taught by Professor Stanford during the Fall '08 term at USC.

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