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What are the main features of the anthropological?

What are the main features of the anthropological?

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What are the main features of the anthropological?



Dr. Seamus Metress

Anthropology 2800

1: The main features of the anthropological approach to the study of the human race are: 1: Deals with humans in both biological and sociocultural aspects.

2: Deals with humans past and present. (Diachronic)

3: Stresses comparative or cross cultural aspects of human condition.

4: Emphasizes observation method of gathering information.

5: Emphasizes groups not just individuals.

6: Stresses the probability of multicausality cause and effect of

relationships.

7: Uses more of the multidisciplinary information and insights.

8: Stresses systematic oe holistic view that considers interrelationships.

2: The holistic approach is the approach between philosophy which is the study of all human knowledge and science which is the study of observable features.


What is the approach between philosophy which is the study of all human knowledge and science which is the study of observable features?



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3: The 4 main subdivisions of anthropology are:

1: Bioanthropology - study of human populations

2: Sociocultural Anthropology - study of human sociocultural systems and patterns 3: Archaeology - study of past sociocultural patterns

4: Applied Anthropology - application of anthropological knowledge and the approach to areas of concern.

4: The major areas of study covered in bioanthropology are:

1: The principal of human evolution.

2: Primatology.

3: Human Paleontology.

4: Human Diversity.

5: The three subdivisions of archaeology are:

1: Prehistoric Archaeology: dealing with human remain before written history 2: Classical Archaeology: dealing with remains of civilization


The 4 main subdivisions of anthropology are?



3: Historical Archaeology: Dealing with remains of historical lifeways. We also discuss several other topics like How much time do humans spend indoors?

6: The three subdivisions of anthropological linguistics are:

1: Historical: The tracing of languages through time and space

2: Structural: Study of how languages are put together

3: Ethnolinguistics: The study of the relationship between language and culture and hoe the language expresses the culture of a particular group.

Anthro Study Questions 1-13

7: The difference between ethnography and ethnology is, ethnography is basically proven information of cultural groups based on field work, where as to ethnology is the comparative science that attempts to explain the differences and similarities between cultural groups.

8: Applied Anthropology is the application of anthropological knowledge and the approach to areas of a practical concern. The subdivisions of applied anthropology are: 1: Medical- human health and disease

2: Nutritional- Evolution of the human diet and dietary customs

3: Educational- the educational processes and procedures

4: Developmental- the sociocultural changes associated with the economic development in less developed societies.

5: Environmental- interrelationship between humans and their surroundings

9: Anthropology can qualify as part of:

Natural Sciences deals biological nature of the human species

Social Sciences by dealing with the behavioral patterns of human groups and uses methods and knowledge from all social sciences. It is classified as a comparative approach. Humanities is a less obvious link that is the study of more of art, folklore, music and language. Don't forget about the age old question of Define life. what are some features that are present in most living organisms?

10: The anthropological approach is different do to the fact it is the study of humans patterns and changes where as to humanities it is the study of the human cultures like folklore, music and languages.

11: The relationships between anthropology and the three following are:

1: Sociology- Both study human species (study of human social groups)

2: Psychology- Both study human behavior; both observational and qualitative 3: Geography- human geography was closer to anthropology; such geographers and anthropologist where interested in the same aspects of culture such as subsistences (such as resources used for survival), religion or political views and organizations. We also discuss several other topics like What is a territorial nation?
Don't forget about the age old question of What is the national government obligated to do for the states?

12: Historic perspective is important because whatever cultural groups or the time that is studied, even our own, is added to history can not be taken back. The past cannot be escaped and this information has and continue to influence and format us and our world.

13: The difference between the anthropological approach and historians approach is that the anthropological approach looks at the “bigger picture” of cultures norms and patterns where as historians look more of specific personalities and events.

Anthro Study Questions 1-13

Anthro Study Questions 1-13

Dr. Seamus Metress

Anthropology 2800

1: The main features of the anthropological approach to the study of the human race are: 1: Deals with humans in both biological and sociocultural aspects. If you want to learn more check out What is the meaning of parsimony?

2: Deals with humans past and present. (Diachronic)

3: Stresses comparative or cross cultural aspects of human condition.

4: Emphasizes observation method of gathering information.

5: Emphasizes groups not just individuals.

6: Stresses the probability of multicausality cause and effect of

relationships.

7: Uses more of the multidisciplinary information and insights.

8: Stresses systematic oe holistic view that considers interrelationships.

2: The holistic approach is the approach between philosophy which is the study of all human knowledge and science which is the study of observable features.

3: The 4 main subdivisions of anthropology are:

1: Bioanthropology - study of human populations

2: Sociocultural Anthropology - study of human sociocultural systems and patterns 3: Archaeology - study of past sociocultural patterns

4: Applied Anthropology - application of anthropological knowledge and the approach to areas of concern.

4: The major areas of study covered in bioanthropology are:

1: The principal of human evolution.

2: Primatology.

3: Human Paleontology.

4: Human Diversity.

5: The three subdivisions of archaeology are:

1: Prehistoric Archaeology: dealing with human remain before written history 2: Classical Archaeology: dealing with remains of civilization

3: Historical Archaeology: Dealing with remains of historical lifeways.

6: The three subdivisions of anthropological linguistics are:

1: Historical: The tracing of languages through time and space

2: Structural: Study of how languages are put together

3: Ethnolinguistics: The study of the relationship between language and culture and hoe the language expresses the culture of a particular group.

Anthro Study Questions 1-13

7: The difference between ethnography and ethnology is, ethnography is basically proven information of cultural groups based on field work, where as to ethnology is the comparative science that attempts to explain the differences and similarities between cultural groups.

8: Applied Anthropology is the application of anthropological knowledge and the approach to areas of a practical concern. The subdivisions of applied anthropology are: 1: Medical- human health and disease

2: Nutritional- Evolution of the human diet and dietary customs

3: Educational- the educational processes and procedures

4: Developmental- the sociocultural changes associated with the economic development in less developed societies.

5: Environmental- interrelationship between humans and their surroundings

9: Anthropology can qualify as part of:

Natural Sciences deals biological nature of the human species

Social Sciences by dealing with the behavioral patterns of human groups and uses methods and knowledge from all social sciences. It is classified as a comparative approach. Humanities is a less obvious link that is the study of more of art, folklore, music and language.

10: The anthropological approach is different do to the fact it is the study of humans patterns and changes where as to humanities it is the study of the human cultures like folklore, music and languages.

11: The relationships between anthropology and the three following are:

1: Sociology- Both study human species (study of human social groups)

2: Psychology- Both study human behavior; both observational and qualitative 3: Geography- human geography was closer to anthropology; such geographers and anthropologist where interested in the same aspects of culture such as subsistences (such as resources used for survival), religion or political views and organizations.

12: Historic perspective is important because whatever cultural groups or the time that is studied, even our own, is added to history can not be taken back. The past cannot be escaped and this information has and continue to influence and format us and our world.

13: The difference between the anthropological approach and historians approach is that the anthropological approach looks at the “bigger picture” of cultures norms and patterns where as historians look more of specific personalities and events.

Anthro Study Questions 1-13

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