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Anth 1000 Lecture #1

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These are the notes from Lecture #1 on 8/18.
Introduction to Anthropology
Dr. Christopher D Berk
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Date Created: 08/31/16
Lecture #1: What is Anthropology? (8/18)  What is Anthropology? o Historically, non-industrialized people studied in their native area. o Now, examines/studies/observes all societies and cultures. o Provides a unique cross-cultural perspective on human behavior, thought, and culture. o Strives to:  Make the familiar strange and make the strange familiar.  Contest the "normal"  Kottak's definition of anthropology: o "study of the human species and its immediate ancestors"  4 Subfields of Anthropology: o Cultural: study of changes in social life o Archaeological: study of history and prehistory through artifacts o Physical/Biological: study of changes in human physical form o Linguistic: study of the changes and development of language  Anthropologists are especially interested in mankind's extreme variations as well as similarities.  Definitions: o Society: a body of individuals who live together o Culture: the sum total ways of living built up by a group of human beings and transmitted from one generation to another o Enculturation: the process whereby individuals learn their group's culture, through experience, observation, and instruction. o Socialization: a continuing process whereby an individual acquires a personal identity and learns the norms, values, behavior, and social skills appropriate to his or her social position.  Holistic Discipline o Anthropology is the study of "everything" o Studies must be cross-cultural to unlock the truth to human nature  Archaeological Anthropology o Reconstructs, describes, and interprets human behavior/culture through the study of artifacts  Biological/Physical Anthropology o Studies human biological diversity in time and space.  Human Evolution  Genetics  Growth and Development  Plasticity (the capability of changing)  Primates


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