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Date Created: 09/17/15
ANT 200039 Introduction to Anthropology cell phones off No Class Mon Sept 5 Labor Day Wednesday Aug 31 2011 Assignment Purchase texts Read Chaps 1 amp 2 Anthropology anthropos human logos word study of Anthropology the study thumans Anthropology is holistic Anthropology is holistic comparative Anthropology is 0 a science 21 social science 21 humanity Science The Scienti c Revolution Science is 0 A procedure for arriving at conclusions 0 An established accumulation derived from the above procedure Science is a procedure Observation data collection Via explicit techniques Generalization tentative explanation hypothesis Testing veri cation Rejecting or tentatively accepting the hypothesis Science is a procedure Observation Tentative explanation hypothesis Testing Rejecting or tentatively accepting the hypothesis All conclusions are subject to continuing challenge Huff Toby E 2011 Intellectual CuriOSity and the Scienti c Revolution Cambridge University Press 15001700 a dramatic change in the understanding of the natural world occurred in Europe New concepts modern astronomy physics anatomy physiology New instruments telescope microscope barometer air pump New forms of communication scienti c society scienti c journal infectious curiosity accumulation of intellectual capita Scienti c knowledge is generative Scienti c knowledge is generative coordinated mostly9 unity of Science Is anthropology a science Anthropology is 21 science a social science 21 humanity Anthropology is a Science a social Science human behavior is complex generalizations may be hard to test obtaining a high degree of certainty may be more dif cult a humanity Anthropology is 21 science 21 social science a humanity Anthropology is 21 science 21 social science a humanity a record of human expression Anthropology has 4 sub elds


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