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ANTHROPOLOGY 202:Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
A Distance Learning Course: Faces of Cultures
Dr. Omara B. Abe
Communications with your Instructor:
1) Phone: 206-526-7012 (24hr Voice mail message)
2) e-mail: [email protected]
3) Division secretary:
ANT 202, Klein
Exam #3- Study Guide
Chapter 9 "Marriages and Families"
Chapter 10 "Kinship and Descent"
Chapter 11 "Gender in Comparative Perspective"
Chapter 16 Ethnicity and Ethnic Conflict
Films, articles, radio segments
Evolution of Marriag
Local Responses, and
the Role of Anthropology
What Can Anthropologists
Tell Us of the Future?
Anthropologists can identify certain
patterns and trends and foresee some of
the consequences these might have if they
I f a test of a civilization be sought, none can be so sure as
the condition of that half of society over which the other
half has power.
SOCIETY IN AMERICA ( 1 837)
Journal of Cultural and Evolutionary Psychology, 2(2004)l—2, 109—122
UNDERSTANDING UNIVERSALS AND VARIABILITY '
ACROSS CULTURES '
STEVEN I. HEINE
University of British Columbia
Abstract. Human psychology varies importantly across
AFGHANISTAN 1. Where is Afghanistan located? Afghanistan is located in Asia. It is often called the crossroads of Central Asia. Its southeast border is with Pakistan, on north with Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, on northwest with Turkmenistan and on west with