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LANGARAANTH 1120G.CrowtherWinter

ANTH 1120 Lecture Notes - Orangutan, Temperate Forest, Quadrupedalism

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LANGARAANTH 1120A.SolomonianFall

ANTH 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Determinism, Primatology, Ethnocentrism

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LANGARAANTH 1120Stan CoppSpring

ANTH 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Social Control, Social Mobility

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ANTH 1120 Lecture 15: Religion

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* most significant and distinctive is human beings" beliefs in the existence of faith. * a set of beliefs in supernatural beings and forces. * all reli
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LANGARAANTH 1120Stan CoppSpring

ANTH 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Vision Quest, Body Painting, Head Shaving

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ANTH 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Linguistic Anthropology, Arbitrariness, Linguistic Determinism

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LANGARAANTH 1120A.SolomonianSummer

ANTH 1120 Chapter 2: Anthropology 1120 - Fieldwork Notes - Textbook/Class Slides/Online Sources

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ANTH 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Social Control, Social Mobility

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ANTH 1120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Neocolonialism

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LANGARAANTH 1120Stan CoppSpring

ANTH 1120 Lecture 17: Types of Religion Part II

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* can be polytheistic - meaning to worship many deities or monotheistic - to worship one supreme deity. Presence of a formal full time clergy who are e
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ANTH 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Social Control, Social Mobility

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