Study Guide for Exam 3 and final exam

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Study Guide for Exam #3 and Final 1102/ Moates Anthropology: the study of the human species and its immediate ancestors Culture-distinctly human; transmitted through learning; traditions and customs that govern behavior and beliefs 4 fields-archaeology, physical anthropology, linguistics anthropology, cultural anthropology Ethnography- description of a culture, usually based on the method of participant observation. Ethnographic methods One of the most common methods for collecting data in an ethnographic study is direct, first-hand observation of daily participation. This can include participant observation. Another common method is interviewing, which may include conversation with different levels of form and can involve small talk to long interviews. A particular approach to transcribing interview data might be genealogical method. This is a set of procedures by which ethnographers discover and record connections of kinship, descent and marriage using diagrams and symbols. Questionnaires can be used to aid the discovery of local beliefs and perceptions and in the
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2011 for the course ANTH 1102 taught by Professor Gonzalez during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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