midterm study guide ant 2

midterm study guide ant 2 - Study Guide ANT 2 culture...

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Study Guide ANT 2 Fall 2008 culture cultural relativism ethnocentrism holistic approach comparative approach prescriptive normative orality etic/emic fieldwork participant-observation ethnography religion ritual symbol myths rites of passage Normative - Ideal Public Space Cosmology Universality Maps Orientation language metaphor grammar semantics Sapir and Whorf Ferdinand Saussure Benjamin Whorf/Edward Sapir Whorf-Sapir Hypothesis Metaphors Language and gender/race/class (social use of language) economic systems political economy polity Societas/Civitas production consumption law state bureaucracy peasant kinship monogamy polygyny polyandry polygamy consanguine affinal fictive marriage david schneider/ blood is not thicker than h20 biological assumptions of kinship 1
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Study Guide ANT 2 Fall 2008 You will be asked to answer one of the following essays in the midterm. You will not be given a choice on the exam. You will also be expected to know basic ideas
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This note was uploaded on 09/15/2011 for the course ANT 2 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '07 term at UC Davis.

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