Means of production (resources we can use for production)
*Capital-inputs available for use in production
Types of Capital:
-Physical-roads, infrastructures, tools
-Natural-land, water, flora & fauna
-Human-knowledge, skills, heal
The Chapel is a well known historical landmark on UGA campus. It was built in 1832, and it soon
became vital to campus life in part due to the overwhelming influence of Protestant orthodoxy. It
was so prominent that students who attended the University of
Jaclyn Maci Smith
17 November 2013
Ritual Observance Project
As a recent intern of FRECH, it is my duty to observe different rituals among society in
an attempt to gain a better understanding of different cultural groups
Your name: Jaclyn Maci Smith
User ID (UGA email): firstname.lastname@example.org
Assignment 2: Made in America Crips and Bloods
This is a two-part assignment. The first part is a worksheet to be completed in class. The second
part is a reaction paragraph (instructions on
Jaclyn Maci Smith
Human Geography Due Monday February 17 by 11:59 pm (upload to eLC. Under Tools select Assignment
Dropbox and submit your assignment there).
Assignment # 1: Ecological Footprint. Assessment: Your assignment will
Jaclyn Maci Smith
07 November 2013
Relating the Chew Crew
Tanyard Creek Chew Crew is a UGA funded project, and it is aimed at restoring Tanyard
Creek to a more beautiful place while also doing so in an ecological, save-the-world method
11, 15, 16, 14, 17, 19, 20
Dj Dead, archeology matters
Notes on forensics and archeology
Know steps, how we do it, and terms
-arch.- study of the past, what is left behind by humans.
Two divisions- Divided into 2 divisions. (written rec
Professor Birch; TA Brandon
28 April 2016
Maasai girls used to grow up to follow a set of rules and reglaments that did not
benefit women in all aspects of life. However, a girl named Kakenya Ntaiya popped the
bubble and realized
Running head: Impacts in Social and Economic Inequality by Racial Stratification
Dr. Birch- TA Brandon
7 April 2016
Impacts in Social and Economic Inequality by Racial Stratification
As mentioned in class lectures, It has been
STUDY GUIDE FOR FINAL EXAM
Making a living
What are the defining characteristics of each of the adaptive strategies (except for
Nomadic and transhumant pastoralism
Types of reciprocity
Reciprocity-exchange of goods or labor between soci
Sex and Gender
-when sex is incorporated into cultural systems, differences arise
-sex is biological
-gender- cultural construction of male and female
History of race
-Linnaeus-Swedish scientist that made up races (came up with 5 races)
Types of bone evidence
Who made the mysterious stone tools that obviously weren't crafted by modern humans?
Tools found in Liang Bua
Marriage and Families
*Families (how they are comprised)
*Marriages (what it means)
*Households (structure of it as and adaptive strategy)
-a group of people related through kinship (kinship is a classification system)
*What is applied anthropology?
*What is development?
*Roles and contributions of development anthropology
Applied anthropology-anthropology outside the boundaries of the discpline
Tips TO KNOW FOR EXAM ONE
What is it?
What are the arguments?
What is it?
Circumcision-remove hood of clitoris
Excision-remove entire clitoris
Infibulation-remove clitoris and inner labia, then sow outer labi
-Cold weather adaptations-The Chukchi
-hypotheses to account for skin color variation
-how do genetics and environment influence each other?
Skin-largest human organ
-uv radiation synthesize dark brown pigment
-absorb uv rays, causing th
Origins of Agriculture
*What is the Neolithic revolution?
*Domestication: when, where, and why?
*What are the consequences?
The Broad spectrum revolution (spectrum of resources)
Change in subsistence strategies
-use of small scale resources
Animal Domestication (animas smaller plants larger)
-taming of a species, a controlled breeding
-remains outside of natural range
-morphological changes (smaller horns)
-abrupt population increase
-age and gender com
Microevolution-evolutionary change within a species or small group of organisms especially
over a short period of time
Four forces of microevolution
-Gene Flow-exchange of genetic material between populations
-Natural Selection-mechanism fo
Characteristics of HomininsFossil Dating and Techniques- Be familiar with some ways that they go about it (floresencince
video.specific dating methods) and the animal timelinewere they directly dating the bones or
Luminiscience and radio-carbon datin
4. Prepare a diagram that illustrates four or more generations of your informant's kin (see
Part I of the questions). Follow the attached key for symbols.
5. Each symbol designating a person (a circle or a triangle) should be accompanied by