Notes on The Dobe Ju/'hoansi [Third Edition], Richard B. Lee
2003, Wadsworth Cengage Learning
Conventional ethnography covering topical categories: economics, material culture, ecology,
technology, subsistence, adaptation to th
Natalie Del Favero Anth 263 Week 9/30 1. Did Ms. Sherman, in Professor Jacobs-Hueys book From the Kitchen to the Parlor: Chapter 6, ever get a chance to tell the media her intentions of using Nappy Hair childrens book in her classroom? The publics reactio
Exam 1 Study Guide: What is Anthropology (Anthropologists at Work); Historical definitions of Culture: Anthropology is the study of human nature, society, and human past. Anthropology is holistic, has a comparative focus, cross-disciplinary interest, and
Midterm Study Guide
The following is a compilation of topics and terminology discussed in lectures, this list is
-indexical behavior or utterance points to (or indicates) some state of affairs. Fo
L anguage, Gender, and Identity Politics Key Terms: nappy: an in-group descriptor of tightly curled hair; often used d isparingly to describe kinky, curly, or what some call bad hair; k nown as the other n-word counterdiscourse: opposing perspectives emer
Title of the Film: First Contact
Director: Bob Connolly and Robin Anderson
Year of Release: 1982
o Big Idea (aka what is it about): Thisdocumentarypresentsfootage
Anthropology Discussion Midterm Review
1. What is Anthropology?
The study of cultural differences and similarities
First Contact- New Gini- small island north of Australia
Cannibal Tours- New Gini
Three Worlds of Bali- Bali- Indonesia
ANTH 263g: Exploring Culture through Film Final Exam Study Guide
Weeks 11-12: Exploring Identity & Authenticity in Popular Culture
What does racial authenticity mean? What questions does this concept invoke?
Involves questions of authenticity Involves an
The Three Worlds of Bali (Odyssey Series)
Directed by Ira R. Abrams; 1981, Color, 59 minutes
Bali shown in green
Large island in the archipelago of Indonesia
Though Indonesia is the most po
Fall 2010 EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE Language, Gender, and Identity Politics Key Terms: relative privilege and assumed privilege, insider/outsider, nappy, counterdiscourse/counternarrative nappy: an in-group descriptor of tightly curled hair; often used disparing
Human Universals & Cultural Diversity
Universal Human Needs (biological basis)
Endless variation, different solutions to same needs/problems
Human Universals (basic institutions)
Ethnicity is more about self-identification and race is more something that other people see
when they see you.
It is usually associated with the country that youre from versus the color of your skin.
This also includes your language and the example of th
Egalitarian Hxaro and reciprocity; no formal office
Revise current outline
Lee is vital and the Ju will definitely be involved in the test to a large extent. They get together
depending on the season and then they break up if the camp can no longer provid
Number Our Days
Aging in a cultural group her own group; Caucasians
The struggle of aging and being left behind when everyone around you dies
Old Jews in Venice, CA
Supporting each other when you lose your loved ones importance of community
Support and pr
Family can be hard to define because some societies regard this from a biological basis, but then
there are societies that begin to implement cultural significances.
Such as in the case of the Ju/hoan who have rules based on naming sense.
The same could b
Conversation about ethnocentrism relating to our survey results regarding whether we regard
some cultures as more backwards and barbaric than our own.
This shows to an anthropologist that youre a normal human because one of our base
instincts is to regard
The field is kind of a laboratory for you to study in the field of anthropology.
There then comes the issue of whether you can be objective when it comes to studying other people
because you can put your own thoughts and expectations into it.
1)how anthropologists look at world from prospective of religionWEEKLY
anthropology of religion is the study of religion in relation to other social
institutions, and the comparison of religious beliefs and practices across
EC opportunity. Watch out for email bc it's roughly 3% added to your weakest grade in this class.
Like midterm grade, journals, etc.
Magic and science are both instrumental because they're seeking to achieve specific things.
Religion isn't instrumental li
40% matching or multiple choice; Few fill in the blank; Lots will be pulled from quizzes.
Outlines for the essays and short answers
Short answer doesn't have to be that long. But should cover everything. Around half an essay.
Essay should be structured. 5
(8) In the last pages of Ch 7, Nathan speaks of students, parent, and teachers as guardians of the universitys very
special functions in society
What, according to Nathan, are those very special functions?
According to Nathan the university serves to ful
Nathan uses multiple methods in order to get a comprehensive view on the topic shes studying,
in this case college students.
She was definitely an outsider because she was particularly old for the college setting
and her ethnicity put her kind of at odds
Characteristics of Culture
That complex whole of behaviors, including language, beliefs, manners, and customs, that
we learn by being born and raised in our groups or that we learn by being incorporated in
the course of a lifetime
ANTH 263g Study Guide Midterm Oct 11, 2016
Last Updated: 9/27/2016 Also review quiz, handouts, lecture and reading notes.
25 multiple choice, 15 points matching/fill-in-the-blank, 2 short answers, 1 essay (2 options).
You DON'T need a blue boo
Exploring Cultures through
Dr. Jennifer Cool, [email protected]
Fall 2014 WEEK ONE WRAP (discuss in Friday Sections)
Nanook of Drag picture to placeholder or
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Directed, filmed, edited by Robert Flah
4 film Q
3 mother camp
95% comes from professors weekly notes
Sacred Strip tease
Inequality for all
1)how anthropologists look at world from prospective of religionWEEKLY NOTES
2)If I am a Jew/Christ