culturalanthro12-14

culturalanthro12-14 - C HAPTER 12: expressions Is this art?...

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CHAPTER 12: expressions Is this art? Parietal art- art executed on permanent features such as cave walls, rock shelters, and large blocks of rock Mobile art- art forms that are not fixed to any place and can be moved or carried Ethnomusicology- the study of music of a contemporary society within the context of that society CHAPTER 13: CULUTER CHANGE AND GLOBALIZATION Acculturation- the incorporation of knowledge, ideas, behaviors, and material creations from a different culture as a consequence of prolonged contact with that culture Impact studies- ethnographic study of a situation to document effects of change; may take place during and or after a program of cultural restructuring Unilineal evolution- early theoretical school postulated that all cultures proceeded through a series of successive stages Diffusionism- early theoretical school that explained the origin and spread of artifacts and ideas through borrowing btwn cultures Historicalism- each culture had its own particular history that could be documented
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2011 for the course ANTH Anth 0780 taught by Professor Richardscaglion during the Fall '09 term at Pittsburgh.

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