When anthropologists study religion they start from local perspective and build towards a
Anthropologists define religion as the cultural means by which to deal with the
Colonialism is defined as the extension o
Arizona passed a law saying that a police officer has the right to arrest anyone who gives
a reasonable suspicion of being an undocumented immigrant.
Questions this arises: Will someone who speaks Spanish or who speaks English
Gender, Sexuality, Power and Identity
October 25, 2016
1. I earn more money
2. I can get any job I want
3. I dont get questioned about my actions
4. I dont have to clean, cook or take care of kids
5. I would be seen as powerful
6. I can dress any way I wa
Redefined the fields of the study of language:
Households and families
Comparative Empirical Study
Polynesia- Western Samoa
Chapter 5 - Race, Racism, Ethnicity and Nationalism: Who/What are we?
Are we all Americans? What does that mean?
Who/What are we?
Identity:sense of self
Identity: combination of self definitions and defections by others
Social interactional lives
Harvest of Empire
America is always changing
1917 - citizenship puerto rico
Couldnt speak spanish in schools
Are puerto ricans american?
In search of the american dream
Wanted to adapt to everyone else
People were picked up on the
Kinship, Family and Marriage
A system of meaning and power that cultures create to:
Decide who is related to whom
Define their mutual expectations, rights, and responsibilities
Personal Relationships: Consanguineal and Affinal Ties
Ch. 17 Vocab #1-25
1. Immanuel Kant: German philosopher, defined the Enlightenment as mans leaving his selfcaused immaturity. Proclaimed the motto of the Enlightenment: Dare to know! Have the
courage to use your own intelligence!
2. reason: Used when advo
Chapter 13 Vocab 2
26. Act of Supremacy- declared that the king was taken, accepted, and reputed the only
supreme head of on earth of the Church of England-the English monarch now controlled the
church in all matters of doctrine, clerical appointments, an
Chapter 18 Vocab #26-50
26. War of the Austrian Succession; Unable to produce a male heir to the Austrian throne, the
Habsburg emperor Charles VI negotiating with European powers to accept his daughter as the
legal her, but when the Charles died, Prussia
Chapter 15 #s: 26-50
26. Great Northern War; (1701-1721) Peter the Great reorganized his army along the Western
lines and at the Battle of Roltava in 1709, defeated Charless army decisively.
27. Vienna and the Ottoman Empire; considered a sleeping giant b
Chapter 14 Vocab Part 2
26. audiencias; advisory groups who also functioned as supreme judicial bodies
27. Boers and Capetown; Dutch farmers began to settle outside Capetown where the climate
and freedom of diseases made it desirable.
28. slave trade; 275
Ch. 17 Vocab #26-50
26. American Philosophical Society; located in Philadelphia, where lawyers, doctors, and local
officials gathered to discuss Enlightened ideas.
27. Rococo; (1730s) Rococo emphasized grace and gentile action, it rejected strict geometri
Ch. 16 Vocab #1-21
1. Gods handiwork educated Europeans thought the world was Gods handiwork and
therefore an appropriate subject for study.
2. natural philosophers medieval scientists, preferred refined logical analysis to systematic
observations of the
What is innate immunity?
include barrier defenses and defenses to
What is an example of a barrier
skin, mucous membrane that covers
surface and line the openings of body.
they provide physical barrier and lower
Ch. 13 Vocab
1. Christian humanism Northern humanists. Focused on sources of early Christianity, the
Holy Scriptures, and the writings of church fathers, Augustine, Ambrose, and Jerome. Reform
program believed in human ability to reason and improve themse
January 15, 2015
Exercise #1: Sampling
We chose non-probabilistic sampling because we wanted to sample the sites that had
seemed to have the most organic material to easily rec
OBESITY AND FOOD-ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
Studies of diet quality and food assistance generally use regression models to explain the effects
of economic and demographic variables, including program participation and benefit levels, on
one or more food consumpt
"United States Census Bureau." About Poverty. N.p., 2013. Web. 23 May 2015.
Levine, James A. "Poverty and Obesity in the U.S." Diabetes. American Diabetes Association, 17
Oct. 2011. Web.
20 May 2015
East Wind Scholarship
Everybody sets goals in their lives, but whats the exact purpose of it? In my opinion, the
reason why we have goals is to achieve success. Once you obtain your objective you can
continue on and create a new g
During Week 8 of the school year, I was offered an opportunity to travel to Burma
(modern day Myanmar) with a couple of church members, rather than continue with my original
plan of looking into the Cuyamaca complex, I took this cha
Midterm Exam Study Guide
Anthropology 001, Section 01
Students: Please bring scantron form #882E and a pencil/eraser to the midterm exam. Also,
please note that this list is not exhaustive, but is a general guideline to help you prepare for
From Last class
s Compliance and non-compliance
s Doctors perception of their patients
s Patients perception of their doctors
The Vaccine War
s Frontline: The Vaccine War
The State and Medicine
From last class
s Economic and political power structures
s Constrains individuals decisions, shape their social
behavior, and aect their risk for disease.
s View sickness not just as an isolated ev
From last class
s The Vaccine Wars
s Refugees and Doctors
s Biopolitics refers to how politics and government
policy directly impact biological aspects of health
CULTURE AND MEDICINE
the human experience of health, illness,
and healing across the range of human societies
and over the course of human experience.
LISA GARIBALDI, PHD
CULTURE AND MEDICINE
FROM LAST CLASS
are some symbols associated with medicine
proposition that cultural differences should
not be judged by absolute
From Last Class
s Explanatory models
s Hmong People
Hmong Peoples and their
sWhat kind of Explanatory
Models to the Hmong use to
sOpen note (paper o
Compliance to Medical
s What factors complicated Lias treatment regime?
Hmong Perspectives of
s What are the factors that have created distrust of
MDs in Hmong-Americans?
s How does the treatment oered by MDs dier from