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Introduction to Anthropology

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Introduction to Anthropology ANT 102

Brianna Notetaker
GPA 3.3
Human Origins
Fred Smith

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This is the brief introduction to anthropology as a whole as given to us the first week of classes. It outlines the four subfields of anthropology as well as the subfields of Biological Anthropolo...
Human Origins
Fred Smith
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Anthropology, ANT 102, Human Origins, Fred Smith, ISU, Illinois State University, biological anthropology, subfields, Culture, Introduction
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Brianna Notetaker on Sunday August 30, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ANT 102 at Illinois State University taught by Fred Smith in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 25 views. For similar materials see Human Origins in anthropology, evolution, sphr at Illinois State University.

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Date Created: 08/30/15
ANT 102 Human Origins Brianna Durkin August 20th 2015 Introduction to Anthropology Culture Totality of learned and socially transmitted behavior not instinctual biologically based Culture is the primary mechanism of human adaptation Sub elds of Anthropology Cultural 0 Studies living peoples and their Archaeology 0 Studies past people and their BiologicalPhysical o The study of biological evolution and variation Linguistic o The study of language as it interrelates to and culture Sub elds of Biolooicalthsical Anthroooloov Human Genetics 0 The study of genetics individually and in populations Human Variation 0 The study of variation in human physical traits Primatology o The study of primates applied to human evolution Bioarcheology o The study of skeletal remains for biological purposes Human Paleontology o Premodern human fossil record study


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