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Anthropology: Studying Human Diversity

ANTH10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Endocannibalism, Rites, Red Meat

Why study cannibalism? o To think about how a certain behaviour comes to be understood and given meaning in various ways o To critically examine our own fears and opinions BETWIXT AND BETWEEN: THE LIMINAL PERIOD IN RITES D...

Anthropology
ANTH10001
Andrew Dawson
ANTH10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ethnography, Nacirema, Social Change

Introduction: What is Anthropology? anthropos - (hu)man kind ology - the study of 4 fields of Anthropology 1. Archaeological Anthropology: The study of human activity in the past, primarily through the recov...

Anthropology
ANTH10001
Andrew Dawson
ANTH10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cockfight, Ethnic Group, Thick Description

Understanding Other Cultures Practically, how do we go about understanding other cultures? Imagination isnt enough. Learning the language is necessary reality reveals itself through language (Winch 1964). Observation is n...

Anthropology
ANTH10001
Andrew Dawson
ANTH10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Bride Kidnapping, Anathema, Rationality

Evaluating Other Cultures Review: Anthropology is the study of humankind There are 4 (5?) fields of anthropology Culture: the everyday common sense knowledge that people require to function normally and efficiently in any ...

Anthropology
ANTH10001
Andrew Dawson
ANTH10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Materialism, Commodification, Determinism

Environmental Anthropology: Humans NonHumans Environmental Anthropology The anthropological study of the relationship bet humans and their natural environments. Theories in human ecology lie on a continuum between two ext...

Anthropology
ANTH10001
Andrew Dawson
ANTH10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sheridan Smith, Incest Taboo, Henrietta Moore

The Anthropology of Sex and Gender Women and Men Women and Men: Nature or Culture? Existence of women and men = a universal, natural fact of life? BUT there are differences in the ways that female and male identities and r...

Anthropology
ANTH10001
Andrew Dawson
ANTH10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Friedrich Engels, Dialectical Materialism, Wield

Economic Anthropology: Classes Karl Marx Born in Germany 1818 Jewish by descent. Married into Prussian aristocracy Jenny von Westphalen Profession: philosopher, economist, sociologist and journalist (esp. for New York Trib...

Anthropology
ANTH10001
Andrew Dawson
Anthropology
ANTH10001
Andrew Dawson
ANTH10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Aarhus, Zygmunt Bauman, Mary Douglas

Political Anthropology: Nations The anthropological study of political systems. Change of object of study: from stateless to statebased societies. Change in substantive foci: Kinship as preeminent form of political organi...

Anthropology
ANTH10001
Andrew Dawson
ANTH10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Socalled, Subjectivism, Cud

W5 Review Environ. Anthro: the anthropological study of the relationship bet. Humans and their natural environs Theories in human ecology lie on a continuum be two extremes: Environ Determinism Cultural Determinism A th...

Anthropology
ANTH10001
Andrew Dawson
ANTH10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Zande People, Cultural Relativism, Rationality

REVISION What is Anthropology? Anthropos (hu)mankind ology the study of The 4 fields of anthropology: 1. Archaeological 2. Linguistic 3. Physical 4. SocialCulturalSociocultural 5. Applied In this subject we study SocialC...

Anthropology
ANTH10001
Andrew Dawson
ANTH10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Neofunctionalism, Social Evolution, Big Nambas Language

Anthropophagy: Cannibalism How does a certain type of behaviour comes to be understood and given meaning in alternate ways? Classifying Cannibalism Survival Cannibalism Extreme situations that have led to extreme measures ...

Anthropology
ANTH10001
Andrew Dawson
ANTH10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Cultural Relativism, Nacirema, Medicine Man

anthropology is not a science looking to create hypothesis and test laws it is concerned with plausible interpretations. interpreting does not stem simply from observation e.g. wink/twitch. understanding the meaningfuln...

Anthropology
ANTH10001
Andrew Dawson
ANTH10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Tijaniyyah, Chav, British National Party

ANTH10001 THE FOUR FIELDS OF ANTHROPOLOY: 1. ARCHAEOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: the study of human activity in the past, primarily through the recovery and analysis of historical material. 2. LINGUISTIC ANTH...

Anthropology
ANTH10001
Andrew Dawson
ANTH10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Whale Meat, Cud, Binary Opposition

ANTH10001 WEEK 5: ENVIROMENTAL ANTROPOLOGY HUMAN AND NON HUMANS Environmental Anthropology: the anthropological study of the relationship between humans and their natural environments. Th...

Anthropology
ANTH10001
Andrew Dawson

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