Study1 - ANTH 101: INTRODUCTION TO ANTHOPOLOGY Study Guide...

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ANTH 101: I NTRODUCTION TO A NTHOPOLOGY Study Guide Test 1 A NTHROPOLOGY Holistic Perspective Comparative Evolutionary Ethnography Ethnohistory Cross-Cultural Comparison Physical Anthropology Forensic Anthropology Paleoanthropology Primatology Archaeology Linguistics Ethnology Cultural Anthropology Participant Observation Informants Applied Anthropology Scientific Methods Hypothesis Theory Humanist Ethnocentrism Cultural Relativism What are the origins of anthropology? What distinguishes anthropology from other social sciences? What is the significance of comparative studies in anthropology? What subjects and topics do anthropologists study? What ethical questions do anthropologists face in conducting their research? U NCOVERING THE P AST Fossil Artifact Fossil Locality Archaeological Site Grid Sampling Flotation Preservation Endocasts Chronometric dating Absolute Dating Relative Dating Radiocarbon Potassium-Argon Dendrochronology Stratigraphy Flourine Test Palynology Amino Acid Racemization
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course ANTH 101 taught by Professor Engelhart during the Spring '09 term at Montana.

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