Cultural Anthropology Week 1
Cultural Anthropology Week 1 introduction to cultural anthropology
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Date Created: 01/31/16
Cultural Anthropology Lecture 1 Characteristics of Culture: Shared, Learned, Adaptive, Integrated, Based on Symbols (Language), and Change dynamic (innovation, invention, diffusion, globalization). Ethnography- Description and gaining knowledge of a culture Ethnology- Compare one or more cultures and their certain aspects Bronislaw Malnowski- Polish Anthropologist and believed in participant observation. Quantitative- Large populations (sample) Qualitative- Collect life history (interviews) Stages of Fieldwork: 1. Preparation 2. Fieldwork- adaption, data, collection 3. Data analysis 4. Report writing Linguistic Anthropology: Language- is the main vehicle how we pass on culture. Can be signed, written, spoken Descriptive Linguistics: Phonology- sound Morphology- use sounds to form into words Syntax- put words into sentences Semantics- what meaning do they have
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