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Class Notes for ANTH150 at Macquarie University

Identity and Difference: Introduction to Anthropology

ANTH150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Development Anthropology, Deeper Understanding, Cultural Diversity

ANTH150 Identity and Difference: Introduction to Anthropology WEEK 1 - Introduction to Anthropology Lecture 1 - 3rd August Introduction to Anthropology What is anthropology? The study of humanity, human diversity and what ...

Anthropology
ANTH150
Dr Aaron Denham
ANTH150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Reconsideration Of A Motion, Franz Boas, Ethnography
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ANTH150 Lecture II: Thinking Anthropologically Obesity in the City Why might a minority, single mother, living in an intercity context be obese? Cheaper fast food Education levels Not much fresh food in CBD Fresh food expe...

Anthropology
ANTH150
Dr Aaron Denham
ANTH150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: List Of Domesticated Animals, Nuclear Family, Barter
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ANTH150 Lecture IV: Economic Systems, Kinship, Marriage, and the Family Contemporary Foraging Require large areas of lang Land has been claimed by others Pastoralism Relying on domesticated animal herds and their products ...

Anthropology
ANTH150
Dr Aaron Denham
ANTH150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cultural Relativism, Relativism, Biomedicine
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ANTH150 Lecture I: Identity and Difference Anthropology The study of humanity, human diversity, and what it means to be human But what is humanity? What doe sit consist of? Where do we look to see it? Culture Cultures are ...

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ANTH150
Dr Aaron Denham
ANTH150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Alternative Medicine, World Health Organization, Program Evaluation
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ANTH150 Lecture X: Illness and Healing How are beliefs expressed? Doctrine: direct statements about religious belief (written and formal) Ritual Behaviour that is formalised, is regularly repeated, and as symbolic content ...

Anthropology
ANTH150
Dr Aaron Denham
ANTH150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Edward Burnett Tylor, Biological Determinism
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ANTH150 Lecture III: Economic Systems Participant Observation Learning about a culture by taking part in the events one is observing, participating in, and describing Research Methods The research process Develop a problem...

Anthropology
ANTH150
Dr Aaron Denham
ANTH150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Protestant Work Ethic, Edward Burnett Tylor, Polytheism
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ANTH150 Lecture IX: Religion, Ritual, Magic, and Witchcraft Linguistic Determinism: The Weak Version Language does not necessarily constrain our minds, but it makes us attentive to some things Language, culture and thought...

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ANTH150
Dr Aaron Denham
ANTH150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Sedentism, Dowry, Childbirth
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ANTH150 Lecture VI: Race, Ethnicity, and Social Stratification Marriage Gifts Dowry: transfer of goods from brides family to the new couple Bridepricebridewealth: transfer of goodsmoney from grooms family to brides family ...

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Dr Aaron Denham
ANTH150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Structural Violence, Omnishambles
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ANTH150 Lecture VIII: Language and Culture Ethnicity An ethnic group shares certain beliefs, values, customs, and norms because of their common background Definition: a collective of people (with a sense of group membershi...

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Dr Aaron Denham

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