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Chapter 1 What is Anthropology?
The word anthropology derives from the Greek anthropos and logos and literally means:
a. the study of cultures.
b. the words of civilized peoples.
c. the study of humans.
d. human biology and culture.
BSC2086C Laboratory Course Guidebook: Lecture Review Exercises/Homework
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Economics and Economic Anthropology
Allocation of Resources
Division of Labor
Distribution of Goods and Services
All societies have economics though most might not use money as a
form of exchange. In many places
Chapter 7: Getting Food
Environment and Technology
Major Food-Getting Strategies
Food-Collecting Strategies and Science
Developing food getting or subsistence strategies has been essential to
all human populations. Surviv
Chapter 2: Culture
Culture is shared
Adaptive and Maladaptive features of culture
Cultures are integrated
Culture and the Individual
Culture has been defined and redefined within an
Chapter 4: The Growth of
Concluding Thoughts on Anthropological Theory
Beginning of Th
Chapter 6: Language
Characteristics of Human Communications Systems
Origins of Language
Diversity of language
Language and Culture
The Nature of Language
Language has been view
Chapter 3: Applied
Applied anthropology defined
Applied Versus Pure
Development of Applied Anthropology
Examples of Applied Projects
What is applied anthropology?
John van Willigen ("Applied Anthropology", 1
Chapter 1: What is Anthropology?
This chapter provides you with an overall perspective of what
Anthropology is as well as what makes Anthropology unique.
Fields of Anthropology
Video Clip: How Culture are Studied (pt 1-4)
Chapter 5: Methods in
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Kinship and Descent
Human social organization, compared to that of other species, is
unique because only humans live in permanent groups with patterned relationships among
other group members.
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This course consists of the study of humanity, the concept of culture and
components of culture with emphasis on the different c
Study Guide-Chapter 1-ANT2410
Definition of anthropology
Work of prehistoric archaeologists
Gaining self knowledge
Skills developed by studying anthropology
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According to Max Weber, there are three major criteria used for measuring social inequality:
Economic inequality is greatest among
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Making a Living
The food-getting strategy used by humans for most of their existence is
The government of Ke
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Methods in Cultural Anthropology
Anthropologists rely on fieldwork to
Anthropological fieldwork involves
living with the people being studied.
asking questions, and ob
The Modern World System & The Global Economy
What is Language?
What is Anthropology?
What is Culture?
F R O M S L AV E R Y T O
M A S S I N C A R C E R AT I O N
Rethinking the race question in the US
ot one but several peculiar institutions have successively operated to define, confine, and control AfricanAmericans in the history of the Unit