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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GLinda HowieSpring

Anthropology 1025F/G- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 74 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
Sociocultural anthropology: a comparative approach to the study of societies and cultures that focus on differences and similarities in the ways that s
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GKim ClarkWinter

Anthropology 1025F/G Study Guide - Final Guide: Arnold Van Gennep, Marcel Mauss, Trobriand Islands

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19 Sep 2019
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GTerry WebbSummer

Mid-Term Prep Question Number 2

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22 Jun 2012
Primatology is the study of the nonhuman members of the order of mammals called primates, which includes a wide range of animals from very small, noctu
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GTerry WebbSummer

Anthropology 1025F/G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Franz Boas, Cultural Relativism, Cultural Anthropology

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22 Jun 2012
How would you respond to this question: which culture is best? . Throughout our lives, we are influenced greatly by the cultural environment that we gr
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GDouglas CampbellFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Pastoralism, Growing Season, First Nations

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9 Dec 2017
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GKim ClarkFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Study Guide - Ethnology, Ethnography, Ambilineality

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14 Nov 2014
Adaption: patterns of behavior which enable a culture to cope with its surroundings. Anthropology: the study of the human species and their immediate a
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GKim ClarkWinter

Anthropology 1025F/G Study Guide - Final Guide: Bride Service, Political Anthropology, Waterboarding

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19 Sep 2019
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GGreg Allan Beckett Summer

Anthropology 1025F/G Study Guide - Final Guide: Lewis H. Morgan, Collective Effervescence, Participant Observation

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19 Jul 2020
Review: culture is human nature, human behaviour is pattern and are socially transmitted -> learned. Implicit learning: explicit learning, no simple de
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GAllFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Study Guide - Brown Hair, Hutu, Ethnocide

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10 Jul 2014
Ju/hoansi: namibia gained independence in 1990, german and british colonialism, then part of south africa, dispossessed of large parts of their land, p
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GCharles JonesFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Margaret Mead, Lewis H. Morgan, Franz Boas

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Chemistry 1301A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mole Fraction, Unified Atomic Mass Unit, Sodium Chloride

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Chemistry 1301A/B Chapter 4: Chapter 4 answers

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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GTerry WebbWinter

Anthropology 1025F/G Lecture 1: anthro 1025G 2015 complete notes

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8 Aug 2016
West (greece and persia), rst recorded instances of anyone trying to differentiate between cultures. Ibn khaldun 14th century scholar, believed culture
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GSarah ShulistFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Veranda, Linguistic Relativity, Metonymy

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13 Feb 2017
**reflection 1 due next class (sept. 24th, 2013) Tendency to believe that ones own way is superior, more natural, or correct. Measurement of all other
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GSarah ShulistFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Bell Hooks, Linguistic Anthropology, Anthony Giddens

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13 Feb 2017
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GRanda FarahFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Imagined Community, Enculturation, Kula Ring

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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GLinda HowieWinter

Kinship Diagram I got an 80 something on this assignment... use it as your guide :)

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16 Oct 2011
The most important or noteworthy characters of my kinship are my sister, my parents, and my cousins. They are significant in my life because they have
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GRanda FarahFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Linguistic Anthropology, Biological Anthropology, Historical Linguistics

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7 Nov 2016
Anthropology is the study of humankind in all times and places. Applied anthropologists: use their expertise to solve practical problems of humanity, c
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GJohn CampbellFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, Edward Tyson

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12 Nov 2016
The study of humankind in all times and places. Seek to produce reliable knowledge and behavior of people, also comparing their similarities and differ
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GTerry WebbWinter

Anthropology 1025F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Enculturation, Gender Role, Achieved Status

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2 Aug 2016
No biological imperative that only females have to look after babies. Culture taught you and are a large influencing factor. Children lag in self aware
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GKim ClarkFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Exogamy, Dowry, Acculturation

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14 Nov 2014
Kinship: why do anthropologists care: humans will live in social groups. It is an intimate and a boarder set of relationships. Family after a certain a
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GRanda FarahFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Hunter-Gatherer, Unilineality, Kalahari Desert

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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GTerry WebbWinter

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter religion : B. F. Skinner, Atoll, Trobriand Islands

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11 Apr 2016
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GAndrew WalshFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Noble Savage, Malagasy People, Ankarana Reserve

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19 Nov 2012
Chapter 2: the meaning of progress and development. Foraging: someone who hunts for food and provision. Slash and burn/swidden: clearing forests by bur
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GDr. Randa FarahSpring

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-9: Sociocultural Anthropology, Linguistic Anthropology, Forensic Anthropology

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14 Apr 2018
Sociocultural anthropology a comparative approach to the study of societies and cultures that focuses on differences and similarities in the ways that
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GSarah ShulistFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-8: Fort Benning, Size Theory, Hutterite

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8 Apr 2016
Family composition of ju/ honasi live in groups of 10 - 30/40 , bilaterally related. Live in villages with population between 40 and 400. Broken down i
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GRanda FarahFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Juf, Hutterite, Gang Rape

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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GTerry WebbWinter

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 28: Verbal Abuse, Mantra, Hookah

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11 Apr 2016
Possessed by cousin taraka, who commited suicide by drowning in a well. Curing techniques: engaging the ghost in conversaion, idenifying it, and trying
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GRanda FarahFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Forensic Anthropology, Franz Boas, Emic And Etic

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27 Oct 2015
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GRanda FarahFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Marcel Mauss, Umbundu, Social Code

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9 Nov 2015
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GRanda FarahFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Kalahari Desert, Lewis H. Morgan, Water Frame

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27 Oct 2015
What do we talk about when we talk about progress? settlements: today"s world is radically divided into the wealthy and the poor, sedentary: a mode of
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GDr. Randa FarahSpring

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-13: Sahrawi People, Forensic Anthropology, Sociocultural Anthropology

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14 Apr 2018
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GTerry WebbWinter

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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GLinda HowieSpring

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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GAndrew WalshFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Noble Savage, Malagasy People, Ankarana Reserve

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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GLinda HowieSpring

Anthropology 1025F/G Midterm: QUESTIONS FOR MIDTERM - CHAPTER 1- 4

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28 Feb 2018
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GTerry WebbWinter

Anthropology 1025F/G Study Guide - Final Guide: Forensic Anthropology, Trobriand Islands, Purdah

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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GDouglas CampbellFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Pastoralism, Growing Season, First Nations

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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GDr. Randa FarahSpring

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-9: Sociocultural Anthropology, Linguistic Anthropology, Forensic Anthropology

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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GSarah ShulistFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-8: Fort Benning, Size Theory, Hutterite

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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GRanda FarahFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Juf, Hutterite, Gang Rape

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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GTerry WebbWinter

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 28: Verbal Abuse, Mantra, Hookah

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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GGreg Allan Beckett Summer

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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GGreg Allan Beckett Summer

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Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Lewis H. Morgan, Unilineality, Unilineal Evolution

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