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culture; patterned way of life learned and shared by a group of people. it's unconscious: unaware of its influence building blocks learned by the age of 6 ...
Cultural Anthropology
Pace, R
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Culture, Fieldwork, race
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Mish Mungai on Friday October 14, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to ANTH 2010 at Middle Tennessee State University taught by Pace, R in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 2 views. For similar materials see Cultural Anthropology in Biocultural Anthropology at Middle Tennessee State University.

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Date Created: 10/14/16
Chapters included are: Kottak Chapters 1, 2, 3, and 10; Wagley pp. ix­xxxi, Chapters 1, 2, and pp.132­147.  definition of culture  culture is largely unconscious                 four characteristics of anthropology: holism, evolutionary, cross­cultural, folk view  four fields (or subfields) of anthropology  types of applied anthropology cultural similarities and differences with primates ethnocentrism ­ cultural relativity  infanticide folk view (emic), analytic view (etic)  “no contrast, no information”  differences between anthropology and sociology inclusive and exclusive definitions of culture materialism, mentalism, eclecticism culture is learned, symbolic, patterned, shared, ideal vs. real, integrated, and changes (diffusion) general and specific culture, subculture (micro culture), counter­culture personal space – PDA – culture cultural patterning of perception ­ seeing as, time, space  ethnography and Malinowski – 3 standards of fieldwork rapport and its importance key consultants interview schedule versus questionnaire culture shock – 5 stages race as a biological and cultural concept critique of physical race – racial archetype – overlap of traits – no pure races  critique of genetic race  melanin and reasons for population variation 3 types of race classification in the Americas  American concept of race and its relationship to slavery  problems with hypodescent  race and athletic ability ­ race and IQ – race and medicine  race in Japan race vs. ethnicity boundaries and ethnicity assimilation ethnocide and genocide reasons for poverty in the Amazon types of livelihoods in Gurupá types of houses in Gurupá Brazilian and Gurupá concept of race – who is a caboclo? geographic and cultural origins of people of Gurupá


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