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Anthropology
Course
ANT200H5
Professor
David Smith
Semester
Fall

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Example Radiocarbon mention chronometric technique based on principles of radioactive decay organic material only 75000 to 200 years agoTopic 12 Ideational Inference Ch8 202209 Ch9 228236Cultural dimensions o Material o Socialo IdeationalIdeational conditions o Symbolso Religiono Arto Communication Symbolo Something that stands for or suggests something elseo Relationship between a symbol and what it stands for is arbitraryo No material link Example languagedog the sound dog has no meaning with the four dogged canine other languages are available to describe the mammal but also have no direct meaning We understand what dog mean because we were taught to know this
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