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October 20 - 22nd notes

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October 20 - 22nd notes ANTH 101 001

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Introduction to Anthropology
Garry Kerr

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Notes for this week! There aren't as many as usual because we just had a video on Thursday. I still took some notes on it though. Enjoy! Kelly
Introduction to Anthropology
Garry Kerr
Class Notes
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by kelli16rheault on Saturday October 24, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ANTH 101 001 at University of Montana taught by Garry Kerr in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 19 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Anthropology in anthropology, evolution, sphr at University of Montana.

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Date Created: 10/24/15
Anthropology Notes for October 20 2239 Notes from the lecture The 22nd was a video which is why there aren t as many notes Phoneglite Stone makes a hollow sound when struck MPaliolithic tools Earliest Oldowan Homohabilis Tools made on waterworn cobble A core tool found at many small sites Named after the Oldowan GorgeV alley O Earliest Recognizable tools made more than 2 25 million years ago 0 Throughout the old stone age Paleolithic cultural advances parallel increase in brain size 0 After about 100000 years ago no brain increase was made but there was a great increase rate of cultural evolution HomoErectus Lived about 18 400000 years ago Culture General variety in time and space response to environment Subsistence Scavenging foraging gathering hunting Technology Stone tools Acheulian Clothing Fire Warmth light protection cooking tool making etc Living Quarters Cannibalism Video Notes Journalist for the notes has been doing this for 20 years 15 of those years has been spent studying in the field Studies illegal selling of ivory from Africa to China The translator he spoke to in the village name was Christopher LRA Lord s Resistance Army They kill elephants and people for illegal Ivory Laren is the worker in the villages who works for the cause LRA leader is Joseph Kony Okema worked with Kony and escaped and explained Kony s plans in interview Michael Oned was a communications officer who knows Kony s plans and now fights against him VVVVVVVVV gt LRA sells ivory for weapons gt Pratik Patel works for African wildlife society to help endangered elephants and other animals


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