political systems power and authority sanctions decision making coercive power legitimate power class caste bands tribes chiefdoms states egalitarian social structure Big Man societies Rank societies urbanization studies. belief systems magic (imitative a
Name _ Staple this page to the BACK of your paper. Anthro 2 Optional paper
Section I- biographical sketch of yourself: 10 pts.
Section II your life experience: 10 pts.
Section III- biographical sketch of subject: 10 pts.
Section IV subjects life exp
Anthro 2 Museum Assignment 1. Go to the SRJC Museum and sign in. 2. Look at the multicultural exhibits. These contain art from many parts of North America, from Mesoamerica, and from Africa. 3.Choose one item to describe. Give a full description including
Anthropology 2 Paper assignment Format: I. Brief biographical sketch of yourself (1 paragraph minimum): Current age Gender Where you were born Family background (if you want to include this)
Description of the significant influences in your life exper
Anthro 2 Exam 1 Study Guide Ch.1 ethnography comparative method ethnocentrism Ch. 2 components of culture: enculturation integrated culture ideal vs. real race vitamin D hypothesis ultraviolet radiation Ch. 3 ethics culture shock rapport life histories et
Click on the website today: www.santarosa.edu/communityeducation/arts-andlectures A brief outline of our programs is listed below. All events (unless otherwise listed) are on the Santa Rosa Campus (Newman Auditorium/Emeritus Hall)
Mon, 9/13/10, 12:15pm
ANTHROPOLOGY 43 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE See your class syllabus for the date of the final exam for your class. Please be on time, and bring a scantron form and #2 pencil for the exam. The following topics will be covered on the final exam: Monumental archi
Form Population subsistence economy settlement status ranking
band 20-50 hunting/ gathering mobile achieved egalitarian
tribe 100-300 hunting/ gathering, horticulture mobile achieved
Big Man 200-500 horticulture
chiefdom 500-2000 storable foods (surplus)
Midterm 2 will cover the following topics: Textiles Skinwork Woodwork The following culture areas and cultures will be emphasized: Southwest Kwakiutl Plains Sioux Northwest Coast Northeast Know the following topics:
Navajo Tlingit Iroquois Zuni
Anthro 43 Extra Credit Assignment 1. Attend the Seaweed, Salmon and Manzanita Cider exhibit at the Grace Hudson Museum (431 South Main Street, Ukiah. Admission: $3 (students take your SRJC ID). 2. Do this before November 4, 2010. 3. Staple the receipt to
ANTHROPOLOGY 43 STUDY GUIDE: MIDTERM 1 Midterm 1 will cover all assignments and lectures since the beginning of the semester, focusing on the topics of Ceramics, Basketry, and Textiles. Re-read all assigned readings in all your textbook(s) and the Native
Anthropology43 NativeAmericanArtandCulture Dr.SandraHollimon
REQUIRED TEXTS: Berlo, Janet C. & Ruth B. Phillips. NATIVE NORTH AMERICAN ART. 1998. Oxford University
Help! What kind of ET is this?
Does it face a free surface?
Covering and Lining ET Does it have more than one layer? Yes Stratified What shape are the nuclei at the free surface?
Glandular ET (Confirm that it looks like a
Be sure that you can differentiate between the following pairs of commonly confused terms: nervous / endocrine (system) central / peripheral (divisions) sensory / motor afferent / efferent somatic / autonomic sympathetic / parasympathetic g
Mysteries of Muscle 1. Why do muscles get bigger when you lift weights? 2. Why is a muscle weaker when overstretched or already contracted? 3. Why did ladies in the 1950s wear high-heeled bedroom slippers? 4. Why are some people better sprinters, and othe
Italics indicate a muscle action Bold-face indicates a muscle that also has a characteristic origin (O) and insertion (I)
Region 1: Head, Neck, and Back
Trapezius Elevate, adduct, and stabilize scapula; extend head Rhomboideus major Elevate and adduc
Boys are zipped-up girls
The human embryo is initially gender neutral. The undifferentiated structures of the reproductive system are destined to become gonads, duct, or external genitalia. The default gender is female; the embryo