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Anth 101, Week 3 Notes

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Cultural Anthropology, Week 3 Notes
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Date Created: 02/23/16
Cultural Anthropology SELU ANTH 101 Week Three Lecture Notes Two Perspectives ­ The insider’s perspective is emic ­ The outsider’s perspective is etic Subcultures ­ Particulars of culture are traits that make a culture unique and separate from others ­ Generalities of culture are shared traits between cultures, such as the fact that we all share some form of clothing Non­Human Primates ­ An early depiction of a gorilla (Gargantua) led people to believe that gorillas were  violent, savage primates. Gorillas are actually the mellowest of the great apes.  ­ Several years ago, a young boy fell into a gorilla enclosure. A female of that group heard  his cries and came to his aid, keeping others away until help could arrive. ­ In order for anthropologists to study primates, they must first become habituated to that  human’s presence. Mammalian Characteristics ­ Hair/fur ­ Warm­blooded ­ Live birth ­ Mammary glands ­ Generalized dentition (not all teeth are the same) ­ In general, more complex brains ­ Mammalian play (esp. in juveniles) Primate Characteristics ­ Limbs/locomotion; 5 fingers and toes with nails, tactile pads, ability to grasp (prehensile), precision, power grip, flexible shoulder structure ­ Vision/brain; binocular vision allows for depth perception, boney orbit, larger brains ­ Dentition/diet; four types of teeth (incisors, canines, pre molars, molars), varied diet  (omnivores) ­ Learned behavior; mother­infant bond emphasized, live in groups, social network,  grooming is common Living Primates Primates are restricted to the topics where there is high quality food available year around. There are 185 living species known. The medium and large are at the top of the ecosystem and food  chain. There are four types of living primates. ­ Prosimians More primitive (think lemurs) Limited to Madagascar Arboreal (live in trees) and Terrestrial (live on land) Example – bush babies (nocturnal), Tarsius, Aye Aye ­ New World Monkeys Located in the Americas Arboreal Long tails Have ‘C’ curvature of the spine Example – squirrel monkeys Howler Monkeys live in harems, folivorous Woolly Monkey, largest in class ­ Old World Monkeys Located in Africa and Asia Terrestrial Have ‘S’ curvature of the spine Show sexual dimorphism Example – Snow Monkeys/Macaques ­ Apes A. Lesser Apes Arboreal Frugivorous Brachiation Gibbion – the only monogamous primate B. Great Apes (four species) 1. Orangutan From Southeast Asia Arboreal Frugivorous Least social of the great apes 2. Gorilla From Africa Vegetarians Live in harems ­ To be continued in week four’s notes ­


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