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Intro To Anthropology 1102

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Intro To Anthropology 1102 Anth 1102

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Intro to Anthropology
Dr. Falconi
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Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, types, Of, Culture




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Date Created: 08/31/16
Intro to Anthropology: Week 1  Biological Anthropology  Seek to understand how humans adapt to diverse environments.  They study other primates, the fossil record, prehistoric people and the biology and genetics of living populations.  Archeological Anthropology  Study past people and cultures.  Use material evidence, such as bones, tools and pottery.  Sociological Anthropology  Examine social patterns and practices across cultures.  Use participant observation which involves placing oneself in the research context for extended periods of time.  Linguistic Anthropology  Comparative study of ways in which language reflects in cultures.  Use language training, tape record/video record and transcriptions of interactions and analysis of communication and interaction. What is Culture  Culture vs. culture  Learned human behavioral patterns.  Writing, movement through public space, food preferences, pregnancy, birth and child rearing.  Anthropology and Holism  All areas of life are interconnected.  Subcultures and Diversity  Migration  Highly mobile right now as a species  No one set culture is applied everywhere  Cultural and Linguistic Contact  Huge numbers of culturally different people coming together in one place  Cultural Universals  Kinship- what it means to be related to someone  Age-based classification- generational difference  Socialization- when we learn what is needed to be a part of a particular social group (how to fit in).  Morality- what is right and what is wrong  Art- communicating ideas in a symbolic  Culture vs. Society  Culture is a system of learned behavioral patterns and attitudes.  Societies are a group of interacting organisms.  Human Planet  Global Diversity  Across the world’s nearly 200 different nations are an astonishing diversity of cultural and ethnic groups, who collectively speaks between 5,000-6,000 distinct languages.  Anthropology as a discipline has its roots in the effort to understand, document and describe this diversity.  Studying Others: Studying Ourselves  Ethnography  The systematic study of people and cultures  The graphic and written representation of that group  Ethnography can be a powerful tool for studying other unfamiliar cultural groups


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