Midterm Study Guide

Midterm Study Guide - Chapter1 Anthropology...

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Chapter 1 Anthropology Holistic perspective The four field approach ‐‐cultural anthropology ‐‐linguistic anthropology ‐‐archaeology ‐‐physical anthropology Ethnography vs. ethnology Participant observation Franz Boas Scientific method Chapter 2 Culture and its characteristics Enculturation Society Gender Subcultures Ethnicity Cultural relativism vs. Ethnocentrism Chapter 3 Conducting ethnographic research Challenges of fieldwork
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Ethics Chapter 4 Race Chapter 5 Language vs. Signals Linguistics Phonology ‐‐phonetics ‐‐phonemes Morphology ‐‐morphemes Syntax Grammar Historical linguistics ‐‐language family ‐‐linguistic divergence Language loss and revival Sociolinguistics Ethnolinguistics Gesture‐Call system
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