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Unit 2 Materials ANTH 1000
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Date Created: 02/04/16
Doing Anthropology Monday, January 18, 2016 4:09 PM (Methods and Ethics) Sites: preserved locations of human activity Artifacts, features, fossils Creation of sites: -pompeii effect -gradual deposition of sediments Stratified Sites -allow for RELATIVE datingof layers and artifacts -Taphonomy: the study of site destruction/alteration -Bioturbation Excavation Two main goals: -recover significant sample of evidence -Precisely record vertical and horizontal position of artifacts -CONTEXT -Leave part of sitei ntact Analyzing the Evidence -Conservation of artifacts and fossils -reconstruction -examination (formal analysis and metric analysis) Cultural Anthrpology -Ethnography(first hand, in depth study of a single society or community) -Participant Observation (the "doing" of ethnography) -Informants (key cultural consultants) Insider vs. Outsider -Naïve Realism (subconsious perception that our cultureis the way all things are) -Ethnocentrism(when we judge another culture based on our own) -Cultural Relativism (when a cultural practice is considered in the context of the -Informants (key cultural consultants) Insider vs. Outsider -Naïve Realism (subconsious perception that our cultureis the way all things are) -Ethnocentrism(when we judge another culture based on our own) -Cultural Relativism (when a cultural practice is considered in the context of the society being studied) -Emic(insider's perspective) -Etic(outsider's perspective) Cultural Patterns -Cultural constraints(norms of behavior) -direct (easy to observe; when you're told "do this, don’t do that"; told how you're supposed to act) vs indirect -Cultural Ideas (ex: Racial/Gender equality) Ethical Obligations -the people we study -the scientific community -the human species and our ecosystems
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