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ANTH 103 Lecture 13: Family and Kinship

Kinship systems Nuclear family: consists of a married couple...

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Anthropology
ANTH 103
ANTH 103 Lecture 12: Religion

Religion: Belief and ritual concerned with supernatural beings, pow...

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Anthropology
ANTH 103
ANTH 103 Lecture 11: Race and Ethnicity

Race and Ethnicity Ethnic Groups: a gathering sharing certain beli...

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Anthropology
ANTH 103
ANTH 103 Lecture 10: Sex and Gender

Sex differences are biological Gender ...

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Anthropology
ANTH 103
ANTH 103 Lecture 9: Language

I. Language Language: primary means of communication Trans...

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Anthropology
ANTH 103
ANTH 103 Lecture 8: Paranthropus and Early Homo

Paranthropus and Early Homo Paranthropus in South Africa?? Ro...

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Anthropology
ANTH 103
ANTH 103 Lecture 7: Late Homo

Neandertal review: Europe, asia, mid east Migratede out ...

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Anthropology
ANTH 103
ANTH 103 Lecture 6: Culture

Culture: knowledge, beliefs, arts, morals, laws, customs, everythin...

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ANTH 103
ANTH 103 Lecture 6: First Cities and States

Origin of the state State: social and political organization...

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ANTH 103
ANTH 103 Lecture 5: Human variation

Human Biological Variation- Natural Selection Skin color: U...

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Anthropology
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