Chapter 1: The Essence of Anthropology 1. The Development of Anthropology 2. The Anthropological Perspective 3. Anthropology and Its Fields a. Physical Anthropology i. Paleoanthropology ii. Human Growth, Adaptation, and Variation iii. Forensic Anthro
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Chapter 6 The First Bipeds Life in Africa 2 mya Reduction of woodlands and an increase of grasslands Diet of course, gritty fibrous vegetation Drier and colder climateclimate The Genus Australopithecus "sourthern ape" Dates from 4-1 mya Only fou
Chapter Ten Lattitude of Domestication is very similar. First major domesticates: o Old World Wheat 10,000 BP o New World Maize 7000 BP Why Farming? o V. Gordon Childe "Oasis Hypothesis" Early Holocene aridity (got dry) Peolple, animals, and pl
The Essence of Anthropology
- Study of humankind through time and across space.
- Holistic study of the interconnections between humans and their environment.
- Study of biocultural nature of the human condition.
Value of Anthrop