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Lecture 19

Lecture 19 – Culture: What Was Past Life Like?

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Anthropology
Course Code
Anthropology 2229F/G
Professor
Christopher Ellis

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Lecture 19 Part 1 – Culture: What Was Past Life Like?  As an analytical device, culture is divided into three main parts: o 1. Technoenvironmental  How people articulate with their environment o 2. Sociological  How people articulate with each other as individuals o 3. Ideological  How to people relate to their cosmos/world view  Music, laws, arts, science, religion, etc.  Technoenvironmental o Often see two components or focus on these points more (easier to see in the record)  1. Subsistence  What people eat, how they exploit their resources, etc.  2. Settlement practices  How to people distribute themselves on the landscape  Dependant on environmental factors, don’t just settle anywhere o Often referred to as settlement-subsistence studies o Can look at where settlements are to connect it how they were
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