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Exam I Review List Our first exam will be on Tuesday, February 6 , in class, for the full class period. It is worth 25% of your final grade. Note: You will only be allowed to have a pen/pencil at your seat to take the exam. Extraneous items must be brought to the front of the room before the exam. After the exam has been distributed, latecomers will be penalized 5 points. No one will be permitted to take the exam after the first completed exam has been turned in. The guide below includes examples of the sorts of things that might be on the exam, but is not a complete list. Some of these may appear on the test, but the test will include other questions, as well. Consider reviewing each reading and class session and noting what the main points were. Kottak, chapter 1 Kottak, chapter 3 cont. Four subfields of anthropology Globalization Applied anthropology
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Unformatted text preview: Independent invention Ethnography Affection in Brazil Holistic Diffusion Cultures Agency Ethnology Practice theory Cultural resource management Ethnocentrism Kottak, chapter 5 Anthropology and education Medical anthropology Types of nonverbal communication Language Kottak, chapter 2 Noam Chomsky Sapir-Whorf Ethics Focal vocabulary Informed consent Sociolinguistics Reflexive ethnography Diglossia Participant observation Language and gender Genealogical method Historical linguistics Life histories Interview schedule Films Emic / etic Anthropologists at Work Salvage ethnography Off the Veranda Fieldnotes He Said, She Said Cultural consultant Bronislaw Malinowski Conformity and Conflict Kottak, chapter 3 Questions from articles #2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 35, 36 Characteristics of culture Acculturation Enculturation Cultural relativism...
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2011 for the course ANTHROPOLO 1210 taught by Professor Dawn during the Spring '11 term at Dalhousie.

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