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ISUANT 380Liv StoneFall

ANT 380 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Friedrich Engels, The Communist Manifesto, Productive Forces

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ISUANT 380Liv StoneFall

ANT 380 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Materialism

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ISUANT 380Liv StoneFall

ANT 380 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Panopticism, Jeremy Bentham, The Roots

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ISUANT 380Liv StoneFall

ANT 380 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ethnocentrism, Cultural Relativism, Participant Observation

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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

HIS 395 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, Finding Aid, Linked Data

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10 May 2017
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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

HIS 395 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Encoded Archival Description, Standard Generalized Markup Language, Xml

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10 May 2017
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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

HIS 395 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Finding Aid, Family Educational Rights And Privacy Act, Access Control

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10 May 2017
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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

HIS 395 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Copyright Renewal, Orphan Works, Copyright Term

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10 May 2017
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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

[HIS 395] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (32 pages long)

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29 Mar 2017
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The communication or reception of knowledge or intelligence. We have created and recorded knowledge from the beginning of time. Humans have a programme
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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

HIS 395 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Records Manager, Records Management, Finding Aid

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We rely o(cid:374) our (cid:272)olle(cid:272)tio(cid:374) poli(cid:272)ies to tell us (cid:449)hat (cid:449)e (cid:272)a(cid:374) a(cid:374)d (cid:272)
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ISUANT 281Gina HunterSpring

ANT 281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lewis H. Morgan, Franz Boas, Historical Particularism

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1 Feb 2017
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Classical greek and roman writings: herotodus (484 bc 425 bc) Cultural relativity (vs ethnocentrism) in discussions about other societies (egyptians).
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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

HIS 395 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Microhistory, Waldo Gifford Leland, Hilary Jenkinson

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1 Feb 2017
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Says that as a profession, we need to write about true archival theory. We write about how to do something based on our experiences in our archives. We
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ISUANT 185James StanlawFall

ANT 185 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Conservative Force, Ethnology

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1 Feb 2017
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Together these notions suggest that: our own way of doing things is not the only way to do it. I(cid:374) so(cid:373)e (cid:272)ases, so(cid:373)e of o
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ISUANT 185James StanlawFall

ANT 185 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Enculturation, Symbolic Anthropology, Edward Burnett Tylor

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1 Feb 2017
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Concept developed toward the end of the 19th century: british imperialism, a(cid:373)eri(cid:272)a(cid:374) (cid:862)e(cid:454)pa(cid:374)sio(cid:374)i
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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

HIS 395 Chapter 4: Understanding Archives and Manuscripts - Chapter 4 Notes

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31 Jan 2017
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Archivists plan the structure of their work carefully. Have a clear mission or vision statement, together with the endorsement of that mission by the p
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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

HIS 395 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Some Records, Professional Development, Palaeography

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31 Jan 2017
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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

HIS 395 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Oclc, Gie, Online Public Access Catalog

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27 Jan 2017
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Theodore roosevelt schellenberg: phd in history, wrote extensively on government archives, wrote about the theories of primary and secondary records, s
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ISUANT 374Michael WiantSpring

ANT 374 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Gas Lighting, Peale Museum, Elias Ashmole

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26 Jan 2017
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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

HIS 395 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: American Historical Association, Readwrite, American Antiquarian Society

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26 Jan 2017
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An archive is defined as: a place where public records or records of importance are held, a repository or collection of information. An archivist is de
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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

HIS 395 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Early Modern Europe, Functional Illiteracy, Massachusetts Historical Society

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26 Jan 2017
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The history of archives and the archive profession. Government archives at every level maintain the records of the public and of the officials and age(
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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

HIS 395 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: American Historical Association

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23 Jan 2017
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In north america, the archival community has developed rapidly in the last half century, forming professional organizations, issuing educational guidel
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ISUANT 372Maria SmithSpring

ANT 372 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Calcification, Ancient Dna, Pubic Tubercle

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23 Jan 2017
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Louis binford (1930 2011: focus for american archaeologists was chronology. Binford believed there was more that you could tell from a site. Reinvented
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ISUANT 372Maria SmithSpring

ANT 372 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Osteoclast, Hypertrophy, Lesion

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22 Jan 2017
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ISUANT 372Maria SmithSpring

ANT 372 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Paleopathology, Pubic Tubercle, Paleodemography

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22 Jan 2017
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Changing population pattern may have a bearing on modern disease and its possible causation. The rate and pattern of growth of the population. The rela
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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

HIS 395 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Egyptian Hieroglyphs, Totonacan Languages, Sumerian Language

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20 Jan 2017
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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

HIS 395 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Communication, Written Language, Some Records

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20 Jan 2017
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The ultimate storage facility for all information is the human mind itself. There are (cid:373)a(cid:374)y ad(cid:448)a(cid:374)tages to oral co(cid:37
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ISUANT 185James StanlawFall

[ANT 185] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (26 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
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Side slapping- conflict resolution between 2 people. Club fighting- happens between groups usually villages. Babies were nursed for about 2 or 3 years
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ISUHIS 111Tina BrakebillWinter

[HIS 111] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (47 pages long)

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29 Nov 2016
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Realized they were different than the british empire. Each colony had its own government and way of doing things. The developing of rights in the colon
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ISUANT 102Kyle SmithWinter

[ANT 102] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 38 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
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Race: geographically defined segment of a species differing from other such groups by specifics aspects of genotypes. Behavioral attributes (lazy, indu
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ISUANT 176LarkinWinter

[ANT 176] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 47 pages long Study Guide!

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Privilege: special advantages granted to an individual based on his or her membership in a social group: an invisible package of unearned assets that i
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ISUANT 176LarkinWinter

ANT 176 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Secret Society

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17 Nov 2016
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The ability to compel other individuals to do things that they would not choose to do of their own accord. The ability to cause others to act based on
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ISUANT 176LarkinWinter

ANT 176 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Human Relations Area Files, Institutional Review Board, Cultural Relativism

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17 Nov 2016
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The major research tool of cultural anthropology; includes both fieldwork among people in society and the written results of fieldwork. Judging other c
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ISUANT 176LarkinWinter

ANT 176 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Nomadic Pastoralism, Pastoralism, Economic System

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17 Nov 2016
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The number of people inhabiting a given area of land. Yield per person per unit of land. Yield per person per hour of labor invested. A form of pastora
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ISUANT 176LarkinWinter

ANT 176 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Linguistic Anthropology, Urban Archaeology, Cultural Anthropology

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17 Nov 2016
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The comparative study of human societies and cultures. Holistic/holism in anthropology an approach that considers culture, history, language, and biolo
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ISUANT 176LarkinWinter

ANT 176 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Totem, Polytheism, Vision Quest

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17 Nov 2016
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ISUANT 176LarkinWinter

ANT 176 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Kin Kin, Two-Spirit, Khanith

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17 Nov 2016
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Blood relations linked through descent such as ego, ego"s mother, ego"s grandmother and ego"s daughter. Kin descended from a common ancestor but not in
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ISUANT 176LarkinWinter

ANT 176 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Bilateral Descent, Kinship Terminology, Kinship

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17 Nov 2016
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The granting of privilege or favoritism on the basis of family relationships. A culturally defined relationship established on the basis of blood ties
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ISUANT 176LarkinWinter

ANT 176 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Neoevolutionism, Cultural Ecology, Sociobiology

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17 Nov 2016
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The anthropological theory that specific cultural institutions function to support the structure of society or serve the needs of individuals in societ
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ISUANT 176LarkinWinter

ANT 176 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: World Music, Body Art, Modernization Theory

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17 Nov 2016
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Forms of creative expression that are guided by aesthetic principles and involve imagination, skill, and style. The application of aesthetic principles
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ISUANT 176LarkinWinter

ANT 176 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Homo Habilis, Genetic Drift, Termite

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17 Nov 2016
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For biologists, descent with modification from a single common ancestor or ancestral population. The mechanism of evolutionary change; changes in trait
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