anth001-chapter 1 outline

anth001-chapter 1 outline - I. What is anthropology? A....

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I. What is anthropology? A. Human Diversity A.1. Anthropology A.1.a) Defn: Study of human species and its immediate ancestors A.1.b) The study is Holistic (A.1.b.1) Encompassing past present and future; biology, society, language and culture. A.1.c) Comparative field A.2. Culture A.2.a) Defn: Traditions and customs transmitted through learning A.2.b) Include customs and opinions about proper and unproper behavior A.2.c) Transmitted through Learning not Biological Inheritance B. Adaptaion, Variation, and Change B.1. Adaptation B.1.a) Process by which organisms cope with environmental forces and stresses (B.1.a.1) Such as Topography and Terrain AKA Landforms B.1.b) Variation (B.1.b.1) 3 ways to biologically cope (B.1.b.1.a) Genetic Adaptation (B.1.b.1.b) Long Term Physiological Adaptation (B.1.b.1.c) Short Term Physiological Adaptation (B.1.b.2) Instead of Foraging for food, food production was created (B.1.b.2.a) An economy based on plant cultivation and animal domestication B.1.c) Change
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