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ANTH 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Lithic Reduction, Homo Habilis, Oldowan
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I. Two types of excavation maps II. Profile maps - Record verticle dimension - Show depth - Shows statigraphy (view from side) III. Plan Maps - Record horizontal dimension - Show X-Y coordinates - Show activity areas and f...

Anthropology
ANTH 210
Plantorrif
ANTH 210 Lecture 20: Excavation
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I. Excavation II. Horizontal Excavation - Expose one layer at a time over large area - Reveals broad range of behaviors from the same time periods - Exposes activity area - Exposes features - Human populations do things ho...

Anthropology
ANTH 210
Plantorrif
ANTH 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Random Number Table, Ground-Penetrating Radar, Satellite Imagery
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I. Finding Sites A. How do we find sites? - Called surveying - Goals of survey: - Find and document previously unknown sites - Determine spatial distribution of sites - Aid in designating an excavation stragety - 100 cover...

Anthropology
ANTH 210
Plantorrif
ANTH 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Optically Stimulated Luminescence, Laetoli, Mary Leakey
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III. Other Methods of Dating A. Other Radiometric Techniques - Radiocarbon dating= radiometric - Radioactive decay - occurs at constant and known rates - Radioactive clocks - Examples include - Potassium argon - Uranium se...

Anthropology
ANTH 210
Plantorrif
ANTH 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Absolute Dating, Willard Libby, Before Present
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II. Absolute Dating A. What is absolute dating? - Assigning a calendar date - Or determining how many years ago A. Naming Conventions - BP= before present (years ago) - RCYBP= radiocarbon years before present - BCAD Before...

Anthropology
ANTH 210
Plantorrif
ANTH 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Flinders Petrie, Relative Dating, Absolute Dating
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I. Relative Dating - A. What is relative dating? Age relative to something else - In contrast to absolute dating - Calendar date or - how many years ago A. Key Concepts - Relative v absolute dating] - Frequency seriation a...

Anthropology
ANTH 210
Plantorrif
LING 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Indirect Speech
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- Dr. Lopez, Profesjsor Baek, Senator Nguyen, or Jenny, Rick - I used to help my dad all of the time, dd anything he asked me to. - But he never said thank you - so I eventually stopped doing things for him. ...

Linguistics
LING 204
Emily Curtis
LING 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Phatic Expression
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A. Sociolinguistic approach - Which functions are common/ allowed/ expected - How a fucnton is expressed - By different speakers (interspeaker variation) - Speech communities, genders, regions,...

Linguistics
LING 204
Emily Curtis
LING 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Phatic Expression, Indirect Speech, Interjection
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A. Intraspeaker Variation - Style- intraspeaker variation based on formality of the setting and participants relationships (distance, status solidarity.) - Register ex: sports caster register, ling...

Linguistics
LING 204
Emily Curtis
LING 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: List Of Arrested Development Characters, Creole Language, Hypercorrection
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A. Participants in Intraspeaker Variation - Speakerinterspeaker variation. - Addressee - Who are your different addressees? - What makes them different kinds or participants - Who has higher/lower status? ...

Linguistics
LING 204
Emily Curtis
LING 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Language Change, Portuguese Americans, Historical Linguistics
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A. Language change From 50s to now Fewer less Wh sound [M] Different from that The film is based ____ a novel. [on] Three kinds of linguistic variation Over space - Regional variation- interspeaker variation (regional) - O...

Linguistics
LING 204
Emily Curtis
LING 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Code-Switching, Social Network, Social Class
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A. Ethnic Dialects vs. - Code- switching 1. Emblematic code swithincdialect feature 2. Used even among non bilingual generations 3. Latino English probably has some Spanish borrowing 4. Even latino amer...

Linguistics
LING 204
Emily Curtis
LING 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: African American Vernacular English, Picture Bride, Monophthongization
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A. AAVE - Where a community is formed around an ethnic group and identities - African American vernacular English - or African American English or black American English - Difference lingui...

Linguistics
LING 204
Emily Curtis
LING 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Appalachia, Jutes, British Jamaican
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A. Uk - Each county; some cities towns have entirely different dialects. - Why? - Reflects settlement of Germanic tribes: Angles, Saxons, Jutes in England 1500 years ago. - Indigenous Irish Scottish Welsh (Celtic) regional...

Linguistics
LING 204
Emily Curtis
LING 204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Endangered Language, Language Death, Language Shift
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A. Language death - Death language, extinct language - When all speakers worldwide of a language die - No one is using or acquiring language as LI - Some prefer sleeping language B. Moribu...

Linguistics
LING 204
Emily Curtis

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