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AN101 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Structural Functionalism, Sociocultural Evolution, Positivism

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WLUAN101Todd FerrettiFall

AN101 Study Guide - Final Guide: White Supremacy, Mccarthyism, Indigenous Peoples Of Mexico

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AN101 Study Guide - Kfc, Biological Anthropology, Reductionism

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AN101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Proxemics, Kinesics, Pastoralism

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Displacement: describing actions and objects that occurred in another time and place. Language: a system of communication using sounds or gestures put
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WLUAN101Amali PhilipsFall

AN101 Study Guide - Ethnocentrism, Social Evolution, The Roots

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AN101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Participant Observation, Scientific Method, Culture Shock

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