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Unformatted text preview: record provenience 3. Analysis of Existing Collections Biological Anthropology Bioarchaeology: use skeletal data to study past lifeways: nutrition, workload, disease, social status, etc. paleopathology Paleoanthropology: study of human ancestors (hominins) using skeletal and fossil remains. Ethnography:-depth over breadth-small sample sizes-difficult-emic vs etic perspectives Emic: local/folk perspectives what people say about themselves Etic: perspectives of theorist/outsider; ideas not always the same How can you learn about people? Talk, participate, or observe. With Individuals: 1. unstructured interviews: conversations; open question, open answer 2. semi-structured interviews: fixed questions, open answers 3. questionnaire: fixed questions and answers. Likert scale: strongly agree strongly disagree Measurable, statistical reliability, but gain no understanding....
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