ANTH1 - Intro to Cultural Anthropology What is Anthropology Objectives Understand that anthropology is holistic and comparative study of humanity

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Intro to Cultural Anthropology: What is Anthropology? Objectives: Understand that anthropology is holistic and comparative study of humanity Identify distinguish and describe the 4 subfields Distinguish ethnology from ethnography Understand that anthropology is both a science and an art question of validity Anthropology is the study of human species * its immediate ancestors - basic questions of human nature, existence, and survival - - how we originated - - how we originated - - how we have changed - - how we are changing still deep history of Homo Sapiens “big questions” e.g. human nature--> aggressive often involved looking at origins - spiritual and physical speculation associated art form --- inferred about people who lived in that time Anthropology is holistic - human conditions - - past present future - - biology - - society - - language - - culture - - comparative - - balances “nature” and “nurture”
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Society- is organizing life into groups, a feature shared with other animals
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2012 for the course ANTH 1 taught by Professor Kindon during the Fall '05 term at UCSD.

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ANTH1 - Intro to Cultural Anthropology What is Anthropology Objectives Understand that anthropology is holistic and comparative study of humanity

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