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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 43 pages long!)

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Human culture - learned behaviours and beliefs that shape our human experiences (religion, identity etc) anthropologists study differences and similari
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Homo Erectus, Koobi Fora, Kikwit

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Refers to biological distinctions such as the chromosomal, hormonal, or physical differences between males and females. So, in our society, we perceive
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Andrew WadeFall

ANTHROP 1AA3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 116 pages long!)

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Lecture 7 - magic, witchcraft, and the undead. Magic: magic: a religious belief believed to produce a mechanical e ect by supernatural means. When magi
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Andrew WadeWinter

[ANTHROP 1AA3] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (70 pages long)

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What is a health system: all cultures have a health system, perceptions and beliefs about the body, classifications of health problems. Illness and dis
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Sedentism, Mousterian, Fertile Crescent

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Studies the construction and use of language by human societies. Language on a word-by-word basis and what they mean, how sentences are constructed in
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

[ANTHROP 1AA3] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (59 pages long!)

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The study of past societies and their cultures using material remains (i. e. , tools, ceramics, sites). A culturally constructed form of identity that
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

[ANTHROP 1AA3] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (94 pages long)

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Marriage is a social thing not love, marriage is the only sole purpose of getting a child. Women are forced to give oral sex, apparently semen makes th
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3AllFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Anthropology, Biological Anthropology, Africa

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Introduction: looks at how culture mediates our daily lives and experiences. If culture is learned how do we learn this: we are enculturated to think i
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Tristan CarterFall

[ANTHROP 1AA3] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 114 pages long Study Guide!

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Anthropology sex, food and death week 3 lecture 1&2. Aims of lecture 3. 1: sex and gender, definitions, evolutionary perspectives, cultural constructs.
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Tristan CarterFall

[ANTHROP 1AA3] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 83 pages long Study Guide!

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Roles we are expected to play because of their sex. Culturally constructed (cid:862)ge(cid:374)de(cid:396) is the (cid:396)a(cid:374)ge of (cid:272)ha(
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MCMASTERMEDRADSC 1B03Reggie MatthewFall

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MCMASTERCOLLAB 2F03AliSpring

COLLAB 2F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Telemedicine, Telepathology, Military Medicine

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COLLAB 2F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Web Browser, Web Server, International Association Of Hydrological Sciences

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COLLAB 2F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Unique Key, Microsoft Powerpoint

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COLLAB 2F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Electronic Health Record, Duke University Hospital, Telemedicine

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The questions in this quiz are based on a. Note: when answering each question, check all the answers that apply: according to p. recihertz in 1973, the
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COLLAB 2F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Darpa, Adobe Dreamweaver, Microsoft Visual Studio

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MCMASTERECON 3HH3Svetlana DemidovaWinter

ECON 3HH3 Quiz: HW1 Answer Key V1

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This problem is based on the ricardian model. Gryffindor and slytherin, use troll labor to produce 2 goods, apples and candy. (a) use the information b
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MCMASTERECON 3HH3Svetlana DemidovaWinter

ECON 3HH3 Quiz: HW5 Answer

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Show all your calculations and explain all your answers. 1. (10 points) gryffindor produces 2 goods, magic potions (denoted by mp) and magic wands (den
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Final: Complete and Comprehensive 48 Page Final Exam Study Guide Fall 2015

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Cultural Homogenization, Bipedalism, Domestication

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Anthrop 1aa3 - lecture #30 - final exam info & review. Commentary and critique of: ethnocentrism, the notion of absolute "reality" (which is culturally
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Haute Cuisine, French Foreign Legion, Luxury Goods

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Free Trade, Gallo Pinto, Cultural Imperialism

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Anthrop 1aa3 - lecture #28 - food and globalization. The intensification of worldwide interconnectedness and exchanges at economic, political and/or cu
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Codrington Baronets, Hispaniola, British Sugar

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Anthrop 1aa3 - lecture #27 - big sugar (film) In america they pay 3x as much for sugar. Billions of dollars go towards big sugar. Some say there should
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Sidney Mintz, Clearcutting, Retail Therapy

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Anthrop 1aa3 - lecture #26 - food as commodity. Material culture is anything that is made, modified or shaped by humans. By modifying food we impart cu
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Maple Syrup, Poutine, Comfort Food

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Anthrop 1aa3 - lecture #25 - food fetishes (guest lecture: allee. What and how we eat can become an expression of our ideas and beliefs: national foods
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Avocado, Cold Food Festival, Marvin Harris

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture 23: Impacts of Agriculture

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Anthrop 1aa3 - lecture #23 - impacts of agriculture. Origins of agriculture: decreasing dependence on wild plants for food, started independently in di
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Upper Paleolithic, Fertile Crescent, Quinoa

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Anthrop 1aa3 - lecture #22 - origins of agriculture. What happened to neanderthals: some interbred with homo sapiens, by 30,000 years ago, they became
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Homo Erectus, Milford H. Wolpoff, Sagittal Crest

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Anthrop 1aa3 - lecture #21 - origin and evolution of genus homo (continued) Replacement model: put forward by chris stringer, modern humans evolve and
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Oldowan, Sagittal Crest, Olorgesailie

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Foramen Magnum, Bipedalism, Hominini

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Paleoanthropology - study of fossil humans and ancestors. Hominin and hominid mean the same thing. Features of bipedalism: position of foramen magnum (
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Brachiation, Binocular Vision, Organic Matter

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Evolution: evolution is not "just a theory" In science, a theory is a well-substantiated explanation of how and why something happens in the natural wo
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Human Ecology, Sedentism, Zoonosis

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Iron-Deficiency Anemia, Epidemiological Transition, Zoonosis

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Dalit, Social Stigma, Leprosy

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Viral Hemorrhagic Fever, Bushmeat, Chinese Canadians

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Brain Death, Bride Price, Medicalization

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Infant Mortality, Paleopathology, Tooth Pathology

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Measles, Phlegm, Humorism

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Medical anthropologists: a subfield of cultural anthropology, one of the fastest growing fields in anthropology, study ethnomedicine -cross cultural st
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Bsc Young Boys

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Anthrop 1aa3 - lecture #10 - guardians of the flutes. 2000 sambians living in small clusters of families: all villages are suspicious of each other, ar
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Agnosticism, Masturbation, Restrictiveness

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cross-Dressing, Transsexual, Mount Hagen

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Anthrop 1aa3 - lecture #8 - gender equality. Anthropologists imposed their own experiences, stereotypes and views on the past, assuming that the past h
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Cave Painting, Osteoarthritis, Tell Abu Hureyra

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Jstor

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Arapesh Languages, Body Language, Margaret Mead

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Anthrop 1aa3 - lecture #5 - sex and gender. In our society, sex and gender are often used in interchangeably: however they are not the same. Definition
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Adam Kadmon, Participant Observation, Ethnography

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Jane Goodall, Ethnocentrism, Nacirema

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Times New Roman, Insite

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Bone Density, Chalcolithic

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Anthrop 1aa3 - lecture #3 - death of the iceman. 10 years later (in 2001) it was discovered that the iceman had a flint arrowhead hidden in his chest (
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Human Taxonomy, Nyotaimori, Hip

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Anorexia Nervosa, Cultural Anthropology, Structural Violence

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 22: ecological/ epidemiological approach. The environment interacts with culture to influence the cause and sp
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Mount Vesuvius, Hip, Femur

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 24: death, disease, and culture (cont"d) Or intentionally eg. egyptian mummies, chinchorro, chile (oldest deli
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture 26: The iceman documentary

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 26: the iceman documentary. Ice man is naturally mummified and the first evidence of being able to preserve bo
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Pubic Arch, The Jesuit Relations, Paleopathology

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 25: death, disease, and culture (cont"d) 2 of the best ways to determine sex: pelvis and cranium examination.
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Linguistic Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology, Applied Anthropology

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The systematic study of humankind, both in the past and present. Anthropologists are not only interested in studying far away exotic cultures; they stu
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Archaic Humans, Homo Erectus, Homo Sapiens

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 11: origins & evolution of genus cont"d. Homo erectus dispersed from africa and into java, europe. Moving at d
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Homo Habilis, Striking Platform, Oldowan

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Megafauna, Natufian Culture, Robert John Braidwood

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 12: origins of food production. Until 10,000 years ago all ancestors were foragers (a hunting and gathering so
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Comfort Food, Social Stigma, Marvin Harris

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 15: cultural meanings of food and consumption. When we talk about food we often lump eating and food together.
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Iron-Deficiency Anemia, Dental Caries, Hyperostosis

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 13: using physical anthropology to investigate the consequences of agriculture. Seen in early agricultural soc
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Biological Anthropology, Patrilineality, Barter

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 14: using physical anthropology to investigate the consequences of agriculture (cont"d) Subsistence: how peopl
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Macaroon, Retail Therapy, Olive Oil

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 17: food as commodity. Mc= anything made or modified by humans. When we see cake we get a sense of nostalgia,
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Nyotaimori, Vorarephilia, Food Play

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Arapesh Languages, American Anthropologist, Margaret Mead

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 2: gender and sex. Refers to biological distinctions such as the chromosomal, hormonal, or physical difference
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Tell Abu Hureyra, Grave Goods, Social Stratification

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Can look for evidence of gender roles and gender relations to help us understand gender constructs. Not just what did males do vs. what did females do.
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Female Sex Tourism, Sex Tourism, Objectified

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 7: tourism. How are people depicted on tourist magazines, how to different/cultural and nations draw people to
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Third Gender, Male Prostitution, Patrilineality

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Gilbert Herdt, Resource Depletion

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 6: the sambians. In our society, we tend to divide people into three categories: heterosexual, homosexual and
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Deborah Tannen, Gender Inequality, Gender Equality

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 3: gender and inequality. Behaviors, attitudes and rights that support the autonomy of both men and women. Men
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Homo Habilis, Sagittal Crest, Olduvai Gorge

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 9: origins & evolution of genus. Intermediary species between ape like forms and humans. All had relatively sm
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Humorism, Medical Anthropology, Ethnomedicine

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 19: cultural meanings of illness. Ethnomedicine cross cultural study of health and health systems. The causes
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Human Taxonomy, Laetoli, Bipedalism

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The study of fossil humans and hominids. Hard to find complete skeleton because of the state of preservation. Bits of fossils found in different sites
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Porotic Hyperostosis, Mycobacterium Bovis, Epidemiological Transition

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 20: disease. Changes in diseases are associated with changes in human lifestyle, and the advent of modernity a
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Viral Hemorrhagic Fever, Structural Violence

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 21: ebola guest speaker. Affects multiple organ systems (vascular system- blood and heart, circulatory system
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Cultural Homogenization, European Colonialism, Free Trade

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Anthro 1aa3: food sex and death- lecture 18: the beef industry. Cattle are costly economically and for the environment. They take up a lot of space. Ca
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Andrew WadeWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Insomnia, Hippocratic Oath, Humorism

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Illness perceptions and experiences of a health problem: social experiences. Disease biological health problem: universal, often at the root of experie
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Tristan CarterFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Linguistic Anthropology, Medical Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Cultural Homogenization, Bipedalism, Domestication

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Anthrop 1aa3 - lecture #30 - final exam info & review. Commentary and critique of: ethnocentrism, the notion of absolute "reality" (which is culturally
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Andrew WadeWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sociocultural Anthropology, Biological Anthropology, Osteology

Anthropology is historical, comparative, contextual, and holistic. Four subfields of anthropology (1) biological anthropology (2) archaeology (3) socio
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Codrington Baronets, Hispaniola, British Sugar

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Anthrop 1aa3 - lecture #27 - big sugar (film) In america they pay 3x as much for sugar. Billions of dollars go towards big sugar. Some say there should
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What forces in the past have shaped us? (environmental change) We are all the same species but we are very diverse. Both biologically and culturally, h
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ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Primatology, Sociolinguistics, Biological Anthropology

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The study of human nature, human society, human language, and the human past. The actual practice of it is mostly data collection. Most anthropologists
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Free Trade, Gallo Pinto, Cultural Imperialism

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

Anthro 1AA3 Chapter 1-3: Sex-Food-Death-Textbook-Notes.docx

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Anthropology: the four subfields: anthropology is derived from the greek words anthropo meaning human beings or humankind and. Holistic anthropology, i
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ANTHROP 1AA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter all: Linguistic Anthropology, Biological Anthropology, Sickle-Cell Disease

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Anthropology: the four subfields: anthropology is derived from the greek words anthropo meaning human beings or humankind and. Holistic anthropology, i
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Andrew WadeFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-13 : Structural Violence, Medical Anthropology, Ethnomedicine

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A biocultural perspective attempts to integrate both biological and cultural factors in the holistic study of health. But some medical anthropologists
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryFall

ANTHROP 1AA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Homo Erectus, Cranial Vault, Brain Size

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ANTHROP 1AA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Sociocultural Anthropology, Human Genetics, Marius Barbeau

Anthropology: a discipline of infinite curiosity about human beings. Anthropologists are interested in discovering when, where, and why humans first ap
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Andrew WadeWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Chapter 4: Sex, Food and Death p. 218-223

Kinship systems are based on marriage and birth: anthropologists assume that marriage and birth both create ties that can link kin into close, cooperat
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Karen Mc GarryWinter

1AA3 Chapter all: Textbook-Notes.docx

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ANTHROP 1AA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1 : Co-Determination, Primatology, Birth Weight

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ANTHROP 1AA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Horticulture, Carrying Capacity, List Of Domesticated Animals

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Subsistence patterns: methods of obtaining food using available land and resources, available labour and energy, and technology. Two basic modes of sub
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Andrew WadeWinter

ANTHROP 1AA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: Anatomically Modern Human, Homo Erectus, Mousterian

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