Anthropology Study - What is ethnography What is ethnology What is a holistic perspective What is history What is participant observation What is

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Anthropology Study Guide What is Anthropology? What are the 4 subfields of Anthropology? What is Culture? What is “the other”? What is Ethnicity? What is Ethnic Group? What is genotype? What is phenotype? What is diversity? What is imagined communities? What are binary oppositions?
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What is gender? What is social identity? What is socialization? What is society? What is subculture? What is enculturation? What is worldview? What is applied anthropology? What is the cross-cultural method? What is the comparative method? What is cultural relativism? What is cultural resource management?
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What is reflexivity? Who was Ronato Rosaldo? Who was Clifford Geertz? What is thick description? What is emic? What is etic? What is bias in interpretation? What is ethnocentrism?
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Unformatted text preview: What is ethnography? What is ethnology? What is a holistic perspective? What is history? What is participant observation? What is the ethnographic method? What is affine? What is consanguine? What is reciprocal exchange? What is bride capture? What is bride service? What is bridewealth? What is dowry? What is levirate? What is soroal poygyny? What is sex as theft? What are some Polynesian examples of kin? What is marriage? What is sexuality? What is endogamy? What is exogamy? What is evolution? What is science? What is functionalism? What is infanticide? What is lineage? What is descent? What is totenism? What is ramage? What is kindred? What is matriarchy? What is monogamy?...
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2011 for the course ANTH 101 taught by Professor Dr.sharynjones during the Spring '11 term at University of Alabama at Birmingham.

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Anthropology Study - What is ethnography What is ethnology What is a holistic perspective What is history What is participant observation What is

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