Historical linguistics compares and classifies

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10. Historical linguistics compares and classifies different languages to discern historical links among languages and to discover what? a. connections between language and social behavior b. relationships between language and thought patterns c. how the human brain acquires and uses language d. rules for how languages change over time
11. Which subfield of anthropology examines various contemporary societies and cultures throughout the world?
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d. linguistic anthropology Which answer best explains the extent of where cultural anthropologists work?
What is an ethnography?
Which of the following is recognized by some scholars as a fifth subfield of anthropology? a. applied anthropology b. ethnology c. sociology d. ethnomusicology
A holistic approach to understanding humankind could be described as which of the following?
b. broad, comprehensive account of a human society that draws on all four subfields of anthropology c. cross-cultural method which produces generalizations about humanity and cultures everywhere d. scientific investigation that uses logic to evaluate data derived from systematic observation Which of the following is a true statement about ethnocentrism?
In science, a theory is defined as __________.

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