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Subfields of Cultural Anthropology

by: Melodi Harfouche

Subfields of Cultural Anthropology Anthropology 130

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These notes cover the subfields of Cultural Anthropology which will be on the first exam.
Cultural Anthropology
De Pendry
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Cultural Anthropology, Anthropology 130, subfields, Anthropology




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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Melodi Harfouche on Sunday January 31, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Anthropology 130 at University of Tennessee - Knoxville taught by De Pendry in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 11 views.


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Date Created: 01/31/16
Cultural Anthropology  Also known as Social or Social­Cultural Anthropology  Folklore and/or Expressive Culture  Ethnomusicology  Medical Anthropology  Rural (or Peasant) Studies  Business, Education, Migration, Etc.   Urban Anthropology  Ethnography: Study of a community, society, or culture o The research and/or the book Linguistic Anthropology  Sounds  Structure (syntax)  Vocabularies (think of the Inuit­they have over 300  different terms for the color white, etc.)  Social variations  Historical linguistics  Indigenous (non­Western) languages Physical (or Biological) Anthropology  Physical Remains of Humans (Bones and Teeth)  Primates  Biological Characteristics of Contemporary Humans o What is it like to adapt to different altitudes?  o Some studies focus on deep­sea divers in Japan  Forensic Anthropology Archaeology  Study of past human behavior based on surviving material  finds Applied Anthropology  Work for non­academic clients, such as government  agencies, community groups, and businesses  All four sub­disciplines:  o Cultural Anthropology o Linguistic Anthropology o Physical/Biological Anthropology o Archaeology Medical Anthropology Social Analyses of Many Topics  Business  Education  Migration  Etc., etc., etc. Urban Anthropology (versus rural anthropology)


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