Anthropology Mid Term Review

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Anthropology Mid Term Review 1. Culture – set of traditions and customs that are learned that guide the beliefs and behaviors of those exposed to it Inuit culture: fishing, hunting for caribou, migrating, anger control (positive emotions only), church mass, igloos, language (Inuktituk) 2. Language is important to the Anthropological definition of culture b/c it can be used to describe events, weather conditions, and traditions that in other languages could not be reproduced with the same meaning. Language unites a culture and strengthens it. It is used to encode experience and communicate with others. 3. Ethnicity – identification with, and feeling part of, an ethnic group and exclusion from certain other groups b/c of this affiliation. “Hispanic” Race – cultural category rather than biological reality “white, black, yellow, etc.” 4. ? 5. Ethnography – fieldwork in a particular culture, provides account of a particular community, society, or culture Ethnology – cross cultural comparison; the comparative study of ethnographic data, society, and culture, examines, interprets, analyzes, and compares the results of ethnography - The term ethnography applies to Briggs’ book, Never In Anger - Can make the book applicable to ethnology by analyzing the fieldnotes
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