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ANTH 210 Lecture Notes - Medical Anthropology, Forensic Anthropology, Historical Linguistics


Department
Anthropology
Course Code
ANTH 210
Professor
Don Conlee

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Concept of culture
a.
Holistic perspective
b.
Learned vslues, beliefs, and rules of conduct shared
to some extent by the member of society that govern
their beavior with one another
1)
Cocept of Culture
i.
1)
Holisitic Perpective
ii.
Universal/diversity; collects data in many societes to
dociment the diversity of the human culture and to
understand custom patterns
1)
Comapartive Perpective
iii.
Comapartive perspective
c.
Key Features
I.
Cultural
a.
Lingiustic
b.
Aracheology
c.
Enthonolgy
a)
Ethnography
b)
Ethnoncentrisim
c)
The study of Human Culture
1)
Cultural
i.
Indegenous languages
a)
Historical linguistics
b)
Interconnection of language/ cultural socitey
1)
Linguistic
ii.
History
a)
Prehistoric
b)
Applied
c)
Study of material culture
1)
Archeology
iii.
Study of material culture
1)
Evolution
a)
Premotology
b)
Human varation
c)
Paleanthropology
2)
Medical anthropology
3)
Biological Anthropology
iv.
Application of the techniques/ theories of solving
problems
1)
Forensic anthropology
a)
Cultural resource
b)
Contract archeology
c)
Includeds the fields of
2)
Applied
v.
Employ biological anthropologists who analyze
human remain
1)
Forensic
vi.
Biology
d.
Anthrolopoligies
II.
Symbolic Culture Material Culture
American Flag Food
Dollar bills Property
Jewlery
Ii.
Anthropology Key Features
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