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ANTH V02 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Culture A Single Definition of Culture? NO Tylor’s Concept of Culture: “that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society” 1903 The Concept of Culture Adaptation: When did culture originate? The Concept of Culture: -Material Object -Behavioral -Ideational The Concept of Culture Shared Can communicate & interact without explaining behavior Share a common cultural identity Learned: Culture Is Socially Learned… Acquire it from others in the process of growing up in a group Not transmitted genetically Symbolic: Verbal or Non-Verbal Culture & Nature: Food examples All-Encompassing: Every aspect of human life is Cultural Integrated: core values (and always changing!) Enculturation: Learning your culture/ Becoming an Adult Non-industrial societies: Skills learned in childhood may carry over to adult life.
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