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Unformatted text preview: HOLISTIC APPROACH : allows for broad understanding of humans while looking for a broad basis of human ideas and practices without limiting themselves to any single social of biological aspect LINGUISTIC : study of human language (SOCIOLINGUISTICS looks at how people communicate with each other and understand the world) ARCHAEOLOGY : human culture through material objects PHYSICAL : looks at the human body APPLIED : the application of anthropology to solve practical problems (forensic anthropology, applied culture) ETHNOGRAPHIES : participant participation ARCHAEOLOGY : the study of human culture through material things PREHISTORIC : before written record (in the U.S. its 500 years) HISTORIC : after written record (younger than 500 years until present) BIBLICAL : anything dealing with the bible ZOOARCHAEOLOGY : study of animal remains BIOARCHAEOLOGY : human remains (older than a forensic case) WINDSHIELD ARCHAEOLOGY : driving by places DATUM : reference point for a site PRESERVATION : dry and hot is the best, copper helps, Bog Bodies-peat bogs tan skins...
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2012 for the course ANTH 1010 taught by Professor Cook during the Spring '10 term at Auburn University.
- Spring '10