Final Study Guide
Tools and Diet
- What are the different tool industries? What individuals are known to have used them? `
1. Oldowan Tool industry
1. core: raw material from which flakes are removed
2. flake: the stone fragment struck fr
Biological Definitions of
In chapter 2, Garroutte focuses on
biological definitions of ethnicity. Such
definitions used to be commonplace,
and were a basic starting point for all
kinds of racism.
She uses Shania Twain as an example
Who is an Indian?
a typology of definitions
As Garroutte lays out in her introduction, there are multiple ways of identifying oneself
ethnically, at least in the US. This class will cover each perspective, and how it relates to
American Indian identity,
AMERICAN INDIAN IDENTITY:
As Garroutte points out, every tribe is allowed to set its
own definition for membership. They vary widely. This
is an important aspect of tribal sovereignty- each tribe
has the right to decide how they will def
South Keeps Fighting Presidents Plan
The South continues to fight President Abraham Lincoln and his Reconstruction Plan. President Lincoln has
designed this Plan in hopes it will reunify the nation. The Plan states that if ten percent of ma
By: William Topaz McGonagall
Fellow men! why should the lords try to despiseAnd prohibit women
from having the benefit of the parliamentary Franchise?When they pay
the same taxes as you and me
Supply How much of a good or service a producer is willing and able to produce at
Demand Consumer willingness and ability to buy products
Scarcity A universal problem resulting from resources being lim
Benefits of Non-Violent Criminals in Jail.
Non-violent crimes are those crimes that do not involve the use of any
force or injury to another person. The seriousness of a non-violent
crime is usually measured in terms of economic damage or loss to the
History Honors Portfolio Short Answer
Explain Problems. Explain how the weapons and tactics used
during World War 1 affected the number of combat deaths.
Theyre many new and improved weapons used in Word War 1. Also some
new war tactics wer
disclosure Which of the following is
NOT a key to attraction?
proximity Having an attraction to
someone due to location is which key
mere exposure effect Phenomenon
that repeated exposure to novel
stimuli increases liking of them
1. What is the problem with 70% of our economy
based on consumer spending? What are the risks?
This is bad because most of it is from the over use of credit.
The risk is that eventually you will run out of cash.
2. Do you consider y
1.What is a fixed cost?
Expenses that must be paid no matter how many goods or
services are offered for sale.
2.What is a variable cost?
Costs that change with the number of products offered for sale.
3.How can a firm reduce its fix
Grip Strength Lab
1. Is there a difference in grip strength in your dominant and non-dominant
hands? Are you surprised by the result?
Yes, my left hand is stronger than my right. This is strange because I am right
1. In your own words, what does the writer mean when he writes:
everyone's behavior is primarily motivated by self-interest and
constrained by the limited amount of resources under their control?
This is saying that people will buy what they
Reading Review: Placebo Effect
Placebo effect represents an important part of some patients healing process, and for
anthropologists the placebo effect is especially interesting because it is symbolic and
meaningful (56). According to Moerman, these proce
Reading Review: Nervoso
Nervoso is a wide category of distress which is related to franqueza (weakness) and
locura (madness), and it affects only poor people, however, it is more frequently in
Mediterranean and Latin American populatio
Review: The Local Confronts the Global: Infertile Bodies and the New Reproductive
Technologies in Egypt
Globalization has reached many places. Poor countries like Egypt are not the exception to the
rule. However, local culture has reshaped the
Reading review: The Egg and the Sperm: How Science Has Constructed a Romance Based on
Stereotypical Male-Female Roles.
Scientific language has constructed female and male reproductive systems definitions and
processes based on cultural gender
Reading review: An Anthropology of Structural Violence
The high incidences of Tuberculosis and AIDS is the result of historical, social, and economical
structural violence against the Haitian society.
Sinful social structures in Hait
Demes, Reproductive Isolation, and Species
- Deme: a local population of organisms that have similar genes, interbreed, and produce
- Evolution is about groups of organisms that have the potential to reproduces
- Gene Pool: all the genetic inf
- Charles Darwin got his start on questioning the origins of things from a 5-year voyage
around the world as a naturalist
- Species: a group of related organisms that can interbreed & produce fertile, viable
- Habitat: the specific
Anthropology Exam # 1 Review
Anthropos: human / Logian: to study.
Cultural relativism: when you try to understand other culture.
- Biocultural Evolution: evolutionally process which arises as a result of
interactions between different cultures and biolo