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ANT 111, Week 6 Notes

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ANT 111, Week 6 Notes ANT 111 - M001

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Notes for Week 6
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
M. Schwarz
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Anthro, Anthropology, Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, Introd to Cul Anthro, anthropology 101
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Date Created: 10/14/16
Week 6 Notes Adolescence  Not all biological markers are universal  In some cultures, a woman will go from being a child to being an adult (marriage)  Life Stages o Fetal o Birth o Infancy o Toddlers o Childhood o Biological Maturation  In many societies, non-adults are not considered to have specialized needs o Children’s dishes, toys, etc.  Biological maturation o In the U.S. girls are maturing much sooner  Because of hormones in food containers o In different parts of the world, sexual maturity comes at different ages  Life expectancy is changing o Men: 76-78 years old o Women: 70-82 years old  Notions of Self and Personhood o Relational: individuals consider first and foremost their connections to others o Autonomous: emphasize their independence and separateness  Children’s toys subtly gave racial and societal messages that weren’t realized until those children became adults and could see the underlying meaning 


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