Introduction to Anthropology
Introduction to Anthropology ANTH 1102
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Study Guide For Test 1 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY Dr Shanafelt Fall 2009 A Terms and Concepts General ConceptsDe nitions to Review Four sub elds of anthropology applied anthropology Forensic anthropology Paleoanthropology Participant observation Ethnography Cultural Relativism Holism Naturalism Synergy Evolution Primate Primatology Ethnocentrism Worldview Terms Relating to Bali Unity in Opposites Ramayana Wayang Shadow Play Names Rama Sita Hanuman Subhali Reincarnation Trance Demons Balance Ideal Three Good Causes and Balance Tooth Filing Sacred Forest Terms Relating to Social Learning Mirror Neuron Copying bias Obedience to authority Terms Relating to Sociality anal Primates Society Individuated Organism Public Temper Reciprocity Dominion over Nature Social Intelligence Reconciliation Matriline Dominance Hierarchy Appeal Aggression Coalition Grooming Sexual Dimorphism Estrus Macaque Great Ape Lesser Ape Orangutan Small Male Bonobo B Course Questions and Items for Review 1 What methods do each of the sub elds use to study the real world What interests do they have in common 2 What is the difference between extreme cultural relativism and moderate cultural relativism TEST TWO REVIEW GUIDE Dr Shanafelt Fall 2009 TERMS Band Tribe Chiefdom State Ascribed Status Achieved Status Nomad Domestication Pastoralism Horticulture Intensive Agriculture Egalitarian Megalith Monumental Architecture Trilithons and Sarcen stones of Stonehenge Big Man Chief King Royalty TerraCotta Soldiers of China Despotism Empires Modern World System Globalization Gap between science and popular culture Cultural con guration Ritual Balinese water temple Emergent ritual vs invented ritual Subtle ethnocentrism Ideological culture Lineage system patrilineagepatrilineal matrilineagematrilineal QUESTIONS FOR FURTHER STUDY 1 What is the standard model of social evolution What are the main characteristics of each of the main social forms 2 What were the main characteristics of the rule of the rst emperor of China Qin Shi Huang How did he die How was he buried What do we know about his tomb 3 About when was the construction of Stonehenge begun Probably by what type of society How does archaeologist Mike Parker Pearson think Stonehenge and Woodhenge were interrelated What new discoveries has his team made at Durrington Walls 4 What are the similarities and differences between traditional knowledge and scienti c knowledge What contributes to today s gap between popular understandings and scienti c ones 5 According to lecture what was typical of the process of domesticating wheat Corn How do we know
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