Note for ANTHRO 100 at UMass
Note for ANTHRO 100 at UMass
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Date Created: 02/06/15
Anthropology 100 Exam 1 Study Guide I bolded all of the terms that are not on the ashcards The only way to nd out about them is to go to my lecture and your notes Otherwise see what the book AND my lecture says about all of these terms Remember always ask yourself What is the signi cance Chapter 1 1 What is anthropology 2 What do the four elds of anthropology cover Adaptation Anthropology Applied Archaeology anthropology Biological Cultural Culture Evolution anthropology anthropology Humanistic Linguistic Tylor and Morgan Franz Boas approach anthropology Chapter 2 1 What is culture 2 What are some base of cultural diversity 3 What do anthropologists debate about culture Absolute cultural Biological Class Critical cultural relativism determinism relativism Cultural materialism Cultural Cultural relativism Ethnocentrism particularism Gender Holism Indigenous peoples Linguistic relativism Microculture Macroculture Processual Postprocessual Chapter 3 1 How does the concept of evolution explain humanity 2 How does evolution work I Revisit the video I showed in class on Darwin if you are having trouble Creationism DNA Fossil Gene Mutation Natural selection Phenotype Genotype Scienti c method Species Chapter 4 1 How do anthropologists study humanity s past 2 How do anthropologists study contemporary people 3 What challenges do anthropologists face in their research Absolute dating Sampling Artifact Ethnography method Excavation Feature Informed consent Participant observation Qualitative Quantitative Relative dating Site method Chapter 5 1 What are the general characteristics of primates 2 What can nonhuman primates reveal about humanity s past Arboreal Brachiation Diurnal Foraging Matrilocailty Matrifocal Patrilocailty Primate Prosimian Quadrupedal Social group Sociality Terrestrial Chimpanzees Bonobos Chapter 6 1 How do paleoanthropologists study human evolution 2 Who were the early hominins 3 What was life like for early hominins I How can archaeologists age and sex a skeleton see images from slides too Archaic hominin Australopith A afarensis A africanus Bipedalism Differential Hominin Paleolithic preservation Taphonomy Chapter 7 1 What are the earliest forms of Homo 2 When did archaic Homo leave Africa and where did they go 3 What were the key features of archaic Homo behavior and culture I Revisit Walking with Cavemen parts 3 and 4 too for the genus Homo Archaic Homo Expressive culture Flake Oldowan Homo H erectus H habilis H heidelbergensis H Middle Stone Age Mousterian Neanderthal neanderthalensis Use wear Chapter 8 1 What are the origins of modern humans 2 What was modern human life like during the Upper Paleolithic Anatomically Art Broadspectrum diet Cave art modern humans AMH CroMagnon Diffusion Wave Egalitarian Multiregional model Model Portable art Recent African Upper Paleolithic Blade Replacement Model Chapter 9 1 What major changes occurred during the Neolithic Revolution 2 What were the earliest cities states and empires like Agriculture Domestication Horticulture Neolithic Religion Sedentism Social stratification State
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