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language; a system of cultural knowledge used to generate and interpret speech it's productive: follows rules all human language is equally structured and equa...
Cultural Anthropology
Pace, R
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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 3 views. For similar materials see Cultural Anthropology in Biocultural Anthropology at Middle Tennessee State University.

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Date Created: 10/14/16
Cultural Anthropology Review sheet for TEST TWO ­Terms from which multiple choice and true­false  questions will be derived.  Chapters included are: Kottak chapters 4, 5 (pages 83­93) and Wagley chapter 3. arbitrary (conventional), productive, displacement/semantic universality in human language origin of language and FOXP2  apes, call systems, and sign language Kinesics cross culturally Language, dialects, and mental capacity – BEV/Spanglish phonology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics structure of language (phones, allophones, phonemes, morphemes, grammemes) allophones and dialects language relativity (Sapir­Whorf Hypothesis) habitual thought: tense and time, preference for singular, generic masculine diachronic analysis, historical linguistics code switching (style shifts) and diglossia gendered speech language loss foraging ­ 99% of human existence – and importance to understanding humanity and human nature six characteristics of foraging: small groups, mobile, few possessions, relatively easy lifestyle, plants make     it successful, need a lot of land Paleolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic Neolithic ­ population increase, climate change, megafauna      Horticulture, fallow, technology  pastoralism: nomadism, transhumance  intensive agriculture, peasants as the worse human condition, majority of world’s population industrialism  evolution of food systems and food security, population density, health, stature, zoonotic diseases evolution of food systems and inequality, workloads, energy efficiency.  neolithic as humanity's greatest mistake          Industrialism and culture of consumption terminal civilization ­ problems of sustainability and stratification technological utopia problems of industrial farming: simplified, sloppy, inefficient, nonsustainable impact of climate change slash­and­burn agriculture in Amazon Town fishing traps, fish poisoning (timbó) supernatural dangers of hunting (curupiras, panema) life of a rubber tapper trading post – patron­client relationship and exploitation


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