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Class Notes for ANTH 100 at University of Victoria

Introduction to Anthropology

ANTH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Hypodescent, Castizo, Endogamy
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Anth100- Lecture 11- Race, Class, Ethnicity Status Shifting • Some social identities are mutually exclusive, while others contextual • Situational negotiation of social identity • Adjusting or switchi...

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Erin Mc Guire
ANTH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Hutu, Tutsi, Ethnocide
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Anth100- Lecture 12- Review Colonialism and Globalization Multiculturalism • View of cultural diversity in a country as something good and desirable • Increasing multiculturalism in Canada, US and across Europ...

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ANTH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ethnoarchaeology, Elman Service, Taphonomy
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Anth100- Lecture #8- Archaeology Archaeology – How do we know about the human past? ● A cultural anthropology of the human past focusing on material evidence of human modification of the physical environmen...

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ANTH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Aurochs, Social Stratification, Uruk Period
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Anth100-Lecture#9-Settlement First farmers Anth 100 Why did humans settle down, build cities and establish states? Neolithic • First cultural period in region in which first signs of domestication are present •...

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ANTH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sexual Intercourse, Zande People, Sexual Orientation
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Anth100-Lecture7-Sexuality and Marriage Sexual Orientation ● Sexual orientation: A person’s habitual sexual attractions and activities ● Homosexuality: sexual preference for members of the same sex ● Het...

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ANTH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Domestic Violence, Enculturation, Hermaphrodite
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Anth100-Lecture#10- Gender and Sex Gender vs Sex • Gender: The cultural construction of beliefs and behaviours considered appropriate for each sex. • Sex: Observable physical characteristics that dis...

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ANTH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Ascribed Status, Dowry, Exogamy
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ANTH100- Lecture#6-Cultural Anthropology “Kinship” Cultural Anthropology How do cultural anthropologists learn about contemporary ways of life? Ethnographic Methods › ● Participant Observation › ● Interv...

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ANTH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Termite, Anthropomorphism, Bonobo
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ANTH100 - Lecture #3 -Topic: The Primates (Chapter 4) What is Primatology ? ○ The study of nonhuman primates -- fossil and living apes, monkey and prosimians, including their behaviour and socia...

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ANTH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Lithic Technology, Levallois Technique, Mousterian
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Anth100 – Lecture 5 – Continuation chapter 5 (Human Ancestors) The Palaeolithic (Old Stone Age) • LP: Period of hominid development • MP: Neanderthals / Homo Sapiens appear • UP: Homo Sapiens (and flor...

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ANTH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Homo Sapiens, Acheulean, Brain Size
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ANTH 100- Lecture # 4 - Ancient Primates and Human Ancestors Dating The Past ● Taphonomy: study of processes that affect remains o Conditions under which fossils found influence fossil record ...

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ANTH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Scrimshaw, Ethnographic Film, Digital Anthropology
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ANTH 100 – Lecure #1- What is Anthropology? What is Anthropology? ● Anthropology aims to describe in the broadest sense what it means to be human ● Anthropological Perspective: ...

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ANTH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Burqa, Ethnocentrism, Cultural Determinism
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ANTH 100 – Lecture #2 – Culture (Chapter 8)  How Does the Concept of Culture Help Us Understand Living Human Societies? ● Culture: Allows us to have a place within the society. o Helps define who you a...

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ANTH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Minoan Civilization, Pseudoarchaeology, Subsidence

1. Chapter 7: Archaeology of the last 5000 years (MG) Ancient Civilization Civilization: Archeologists would accept that a society characterized as one must have one or all of the following: 1. One city ...

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ANTH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Environmental Anthropology, Overconsumption

1. Chapter 14: Anthropology and Sustainability Defining Sustainability This is the ability to keep something in existence, to support or continue a practice indefinitely. Clearly, this is problematic when applied to E...

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ANTH 100 Lecture 12: Chapter 13 (Supernaturalism) (Autosaved)

Chapter 13: Supernaturalism (MG) Studying Belief Systems Religion: A set of beliefs and behaviors that pertain to supernatural forces or beings, which transcend the observable world. Religious belief systems have four comp...

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