Religion is part of Worldview - how each culture conceptualizes the world Expressive Culture Lori Piestewa Hopi All cultures have belief systems as well as ways of expressing themselves Religion - A way of explaining the unexplainable and the unknowable.
Social Organization Marriage 3 parties involved People getting married Community ( always unspoken third party) Marriage is a change in social status from unmarried to married Achieved status In most societies it's economic rather than true love Offer
Adaptive Strategies: Foraging Horticulture, Agriculture & Pastoralism Foraging o Hunting and Gathering o Food collection (oldest form) o Doesn't exist anymore except for a few groups (Punan etc) Dobe in Kalahari Desert Jul'haonsi Anthropologis
Language is not completely independent of culture, but also not dependent. Patrilineal societies ex Bedouin
Linguistics - anthropological linguistics o Descriptive Describes languages Focus on phonemes - phonology Smallest unit of sound that make a diff i
Culture Sir Edward Tylor 1871 That complex pole which includes knowledge, arts, morals, custom, belief, law, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society. Enculturation - taking in a culture, process of becoming steeped in
Race & Ethnicity Human Rights - individual Cultural Rights - culture i.e. group Ethnicity - A culture that's defined as different based on language, religion, history, physical traits, etc. Usually has common ancestry Ethnic Markers - things that help ide