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UTMANT205H5Carolan WoodFall

ANT205H5 Lecture Notes - Blunt Trauma, Stab Wound, Collagen

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Cause/manner & mode of death /: the coroner/medical examiner is the ultimate authority of. Cause/manner & mode of death however when there is no soft t
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UTMANT101H5Heather MillerWinter

ANT101H5 Lecture Notes - Felipe Guaman Poma De Ayala, Dharma Transmission, Craft Production

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Located in: the west coast of south america , in the highlands and low lands. Dates for : 1450 ad to 1530 ad. Remember: state civilizations based on fo
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UTMANT101H5Heather MillerWinter

ANT101H5 Lecture Notes - Neanderthal, Grave Goods, Speciation

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Neandertals: there is full use of fire, they have every physical characteristic that humans have for, we don"t know how complex their language is pp. 2
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UTMANT101H5Heather MillerWinter

ANT101H5 Lecture Notes - Homo Heidelbergensis, Oldowan, Acheulean

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28 Nov 2013
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Very occasionally not always did they sit around a fire to make food. There"s not enough evidence for that just yet. The change in the homo erectus bod
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UTMANT101H5Heather MillerWinter

ANT101H5 Lecture Notes - Interdisciplinarity, Taphonomy, Dendrochronology

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28 Nov 2013
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Paleoanthropology the study of ancient human ancestors specifically hominins: a multi disciplinary approach there are physical biological anthropologis
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UTMANT101H5Heather MillerWinter

ANT101H5 Lecture Notes - Hominidae, Prosimian, Oligocene

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28 Nov 2013
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Recap: {early primate revolution: eocene means earliest these date back to 56 - 34/33 mya. Anthropoid radiation: oligocene - 33 - 23 mya. * there are a
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UTMANT101H5Heather MillerWinter

ANT101H5 Lecture Notes - Olduvai Gorge, Oldowan, Manuport

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28 Nov 2013
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UTMANT101H5Heather MillerWinter

ANT101H5 Lecture Notes - Cell Nucleus, Mitosis, Meiosis

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28 Nov 2013
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Regulatory genes produce proteins for other genes. They influence other genes in the production of their own proteins. Mutation a change in dna (techni
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UTMANT101H5Heather MillerWinter

ANT101H5 Lecture Notes - Zygosity, Phenotype, Allele

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28 Nov 2013
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Re-cap from january 16th where we left off: Principle of independent assortment continuous (mendelian traits are discrete) additive effect. Principle o
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UTMANT101H5Heather MillerWinter

ANT101H5 Lecture Notes - Enculturation

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28 Nov 2013
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Remember on how to read the book focus on the very beginning and the end of each chapter of the book. Test hints focus on big picture ideas. The textbo
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UTMANT101H5Heather MillerWinter

ANT101H5 Lecture Notes - Stereopsis, Ape, Ethology

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28 Nov 2013
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Basic characteristics of primates include: evolutionary factors pg. 120 to 121 // grasping hands and feet: being generalized they have primitive and an
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UTMANT101H5Heather MillerWinter

ANT101H5 Lecture Notes - Multivariate Statistics, Sickle-Cell Disease, Acclimatization

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28 Nov 2013
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We left off on race from the last lecture! Discrete & something will be on the quiz. Polymorphism many + forms // a genetic trait with more than 1 alle
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UTMANT101H5Heather MillerWinter

ANT101H5 Lecture Notes - Carl Linnaeus, Uniformitarianism

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28 Nov 2013
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Let"s redefine the term theory (found on page 15) : a well established and generally accepted explanation that is an accepted hypothesis. Looking back
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UTMANT101H5Heather MillerWinter

ANT101H5 Lecture Notes - Paleontology, Cultural Relativism, Relativism

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28 Nov 2013
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Basic biology will be covered make a note of that. The class focuses on: the classification of data, observation, reasoning and analyzing. Human biolog
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UTMANT102H5Andrea MuehlebachFall

ANT102H5 Lecture Notes - Hermaphrodite, Performativity, Ovulation

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28 Nov 2013
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15 percent of animals can be determined as intersex creatures. A biological categorization based primarily on reproductive potential. It is the cultura
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UTMANT102H5Andrea MuehlebachFall

ANT102H5 Lecture Notes - Structural Violence, Medical Anthropology, Social Forces

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28 Nov 2013
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There are two approaches and answers: the structural & cultural approach. Structure: suffering is structured, both acephie & chouchou (stories about tw
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UTMANT102H5Andrea MuehlebachFall

ANT102H5 Lecture Notes - Alan Greenspan, Clifford Geertz, Economic Anthropology

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28 Nov 2013
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Or can we one study economies as cultural systems. Marketing economies the exchange of goods, services and commodities mediated by money: ownership is
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UTMANT102H5Andrea MuehlebachFall

ANT102H5 Lecture Notes - Infant Mortality, Cultural Universal, Relativism

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28 Nov 2013
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Happiness, surprise, fear, anger, disgusts and sadness etc are universal emotions which aer expressed with the same distinctive configurations. Anthrop
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UTMANT102H5Andrea MuehlebachFall

ANT102H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Fictive Kinship, Sociocultural Anthropology, Linguistic Anthropology

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28 Nov 2013
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Relativism argues that truth and moral standards are not fixed and absolute for everyone but vary according to time, place, and context. Socio-cultural
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UTMANT102H5Andrea MuehlebachFall

ANT102H5 Lecture Notes - Human Skin Color, Chris Rock, Nuclear Family

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28 Nov 2013
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The assumption is that the human species can be divided into separate categories and these categories are based on physislccal differences and we often
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UTMANT102H5Andrea MuehlebachFall

ANT102 - 2nd half of the term - November 19th, 2012.doc

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28 Nov 2013
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As a term colonialism is the extension of a nations soverignity over territory beyond its actual borders. Imperialism the building of empires through c
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UTMANT102H5Andrea MuehlebachFall

ANT102H5 Lecture Notes - Postcolonialism, Ethnography, Social Evolution

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UTMANT314H5David SmithFall

ANT314H5 Lecture Notes - Times New Roman, Due Date, Turnitin

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28 Nov 2013
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1 page only that is based on the main point(s) of the reading. Do not use quotations in the paper. Name, student number, date and the topic are to be l
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UTMANT314H5David SmithFall

ANT314H5 Lecture Notes - Edward Burnett Tylor, Relative Dating

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28 Nov 2013
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Scandinavian archaeology /: was invented by c. j thomsen, created a relative dating technique known as seriation , thomse used the term forthistorie .
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UTMANT314H5David SmithFall

ANT314H5 Lecture Notes - Archaeological Theory

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28 Nov 2013
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Clarke breaks up the article into 3 different parts: archaeology in denmark: consciousness ~ he refers to the invention of scientific, self-consciousne
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UTMANT314H5David SmithFall

ANT 314 - September 24th, 2013.doc

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28 Nov 2013
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Depending on the society you live in, people have different ways in which people harbor implicit knowledge about what is proper and improper about how
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UTMANT314H5David SmithFall

ANT314H5 Lecture Notes - Processual Archaeology, Deductive Reasoning

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28 Nov 2013
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In the two papers due this week biinford outlined the concept of new. Archaeology: he talks about archaeology in anthropology and as. Archaeological sy
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UTMANT314H5David SmithFall

ANT314H5 Lecture Notes - Scientific Method, Age Of Enlightenment

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UTMANT200H5David SmithFall

ANT200H5 Lecture Notes - Cultural Anthropology, T Gauge

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28 Nov 2013
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Formal to spatial to temporal to material to social to ideational (expect ideational on the exam) in a sense they are all linked to eachother but in a
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UTMANT200H5David SmithFall

ANT200 - September 18th, 2012.doc

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28 Nov 2013
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Data: research design, composed of empirical data (experienced and material database in the broadest sense) Arch data is concerned with 3 basic classes
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UTMANT200H5David SmithFall

ANT200H5 Lecture Notes - Processual Archaeology, Dual Inheritance Theory, Unilineality

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28 Nov 2013
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Talks about: cultural historical perspective this is not a paradigm or approach. Contextual dimensions formal, spatial, temporal {otherwise known as cu
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UTMANT200H5David SmithFall

ANT200 - October 9th, 2012.doc

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28 Nov 2013
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Mid-term quiz 15: topics 1 6, 30 minutes in class, 15 multiple choice, chapter 1-2, 4-7. What is data analysis a stage in archaeological research desig
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UTMANT200H5David SmithFall

ANT200H5 Lecture Notes - Ground-Penetrating Radar

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28 Nov 2013
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UTMANT200H5David SmithFall

ANT200H5 Lecture Notes - Geochronology, Level Of Measurement, Thermoluminescence

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28 Nov 2013
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Breakdown as follows: 30 minutes, 15 multiple choice, topics 1-6 & cahpters 1-2, 4-7. Tips: know surveying techniques, archaeological data : 2 kinds po
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UTMANT200H5David SmithFall

ANT200H5 Lecture Notes - Stratified Sampling, Magnetometer, Graph Paper

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28 Nov 2013
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UTMANT200H5David SmithFall

ANT200H5 Lecture Notes - Quadrat, Ethnoarchaeology

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28 Nov 2013
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Analogy: comparing 2 classes of data for similarity. Example: pottery sherds from the antrax site to experiments with pottery. Found on a premise: if 2
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UTMANT200H5David SmithFall

ANT200H5 Lecture Notes - Art Style, Semiotics, Emic And Etic

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28 Nov 2013
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Bassed on cahpter 8 : 202 to 209. The ideational domain deals with symbols, religion, art, communication. What is a symbol ? something that stands for
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UTMANT200H5David SmithFall

ANT200 - October 30th, 2012.doc

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28 Nov 2013
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UTMANT200H5David SmithFall

ANT200H5 Lecture Notes - Conchoidal Fracture, Chert

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28 Nov 2013
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Data processing: the most tedious process of gathering archaeological information. * sort all artifacts within a chart or form indication size, shape,
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UTMANT200H5David SmithFall

ANT200H5 Lecture Notes - Prehistoric Archaeology, Historical Archaeology, The Technique

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28 Nov 2013
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Midterm quiz 15% - tuesday october 23rd , 30 mins in class, multiple choice. Based on lectures & textbook from topic 1 to 6 and chapters 1-2, 4 to 7. D
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