ULIB 101 Module 10, Finding Books at WVU Libraries
In this exercise, you will practice finding books in WVU Libraries online
A: Searching for Books
Using keywords, find two ebooks relevant to your scenario. Dont forget to
Extra Credit Directions and Links
For extra credit you will need to select one of the following TED talks listed below. Topics have relevance
to developmental research or concepts. Each TED talk review is worth up to 5 points. Answers will be
graded on ho
BIOL 117 Introductory Physiology
West Virginia University
Spring Semester 2017
Instructor: Dr. Kevin Barry
Office: 5237 Life Sciences Bldg.
Email: [email protected]
Meeting times: MWF 10:30 11:20
INTRO TO ANTHROPOLOGY
As always, go through your class notes AND etextbook, know definitions and
Also read any articles in each chapter, by the author
Chapter 7 Primates
1. know Primate traits and tendencies;
Chapter 19, Families, Kinship, Descent
Chapter 20, Marriage
The wide web of kinship is essential part of anthropology because of its importance to
the people we study
-Kinship is culturally constructed
Family: group of people considered to be r
Anthropology Final Cumulative
Know definitions and examples from class lectures and textbook (no article questions)
Basically, you just took the class Introduction to Anthropology. What are the key points you should definitely know?
What is Anthropology?
Chpt. 2 Culture
Define Culture; purpose of Culture
Culture is Learned, Shared, Symbolic; what is a symbol?
Cultural Universals, Generalities, Particularities
Ethnocentrism; Cultural Relativism
Diffusion; Acculturation, Independent
Anthropology study guide
1) Anthropology- A scholarly field that arose in the 19th century and that has come to focus
on understanding the origins, development, and current diversity (both biological and
cultural) of specific groups of people a
I. Food Producing Society.
a. Intensive Foraging Foundation of domestication.
i. Change gradual. Evidence: 2 types.
ii. Population increase.
H. 3 Basic Food Producing Categories:
a. Horticulture- Farmin
P atel Patel 10-28-10 Cultu ral Anthropology Cultu ral Anthropology : The study of human society and culture describes, analyzes, interprets and explains social and cultural similari ties and d ifferences.
Cultu ral Anthropology: Methods What method do cu
SOCA 105/ Fall 2009 Exam # 1 Study Guide
History of Anthropology, Culture, and Applied Anthropology
Key Terms Anthropology-The study of human species and its immediate ancestor Key Concepts/Ideas/Questions What is anthropology? The study of human species