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Anthropology chapter 1

by: Rachel W

Anthropology chapter 1 ANT 120

Rachel W
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Intro to Cultural Anthropology
Jennifer Wies

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Chapter 1 in our book. This is the most important notes we took
Intro to Cultural Anthropology
Jennifer Wies
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Date Created: 08/26/15
Chapter 1 Anthropology in H D its Kw 72gt m Kiwi l 41 i Mi Hll U my amp 1 Q za Man can adapt to all climates and circumstances Adapting to our environment gives us bene ts We know not to overrule Why do we do what we do Humans Share biological and behavioral characteristics Ex we are require food We all have big brains We all have teeth We exhibit tremendous variation around the globe Pioneers that made humans diverse Marco Polo Confucius Herodotus Beginnings Built on advances in natural sciences during age of reason late 1600517005 18005 anthropology emerged as academic discipline devoted to observation and analysis of human variation Key concerns shaped foundation of anthropology in 18505 1 Disruptions caused by industrialization in Europe and America 2 Rise of evolutionary theories 3 Spread of European colonialism


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