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UTSCANTC23H3Joyce PargaSummer

ANTC23H3 Lecture Notes - Baculum, Orgasm, Pleiotropy

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17 Jul 2012
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Wide diversity of shapes, even among closely related primate species. Can have different sizes, shapes, appendages, etc. A-e on the slide are all diffe
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Australopithecine, Zooarchaeology, Ardipithecus

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6 Jul 2012
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Trait shared by two or more species through inheritance from a common ancestor. Trait shared by two or more species that is similar in function but unr
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Thermoluminescence

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6 Jul 2012
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Hydrogen prefer to bond with o16 when it"s cold and o18 when it"s warm. Introduces error because of varying intensity of winters. Can use the data to g
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Catastrophism, Mutation, Gradualism

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6 Jul 2012
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Survival of the fittest (competition for survival because of lack of resources) Allele frequency = population; mutation = individual levels. A group of
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

Homo Heidelbergensis, Neanderthalensis, Floresiensis

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6 Jul 2012
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"made up" species; thought to be h. erectus in europe. Fits timeline to erectus, but thinks that there was too much time difference between the two. Pr
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Sivapithecus, Aegyptopithecus, Quadrupedalism

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6 Jul 2012
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Large brain compared to body size; large body size over all. Rounded bulb that allows for rotation of elbow. Two regions of curvature (neck and lumbar
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Homo Habilis, Strepsirrhini, Lorisoidea

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6 Jul 2012
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Post orbital bar; post orbital constriction, expanded brain cage, still snout present. Fossil specimen 2009, most complete adapid specimen so far. Idea
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Homo Erectus, Bipedalism, Orangutan

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6 Jul 2012
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Two apes in africa and only one in. Not accepted by everyone: thought that we were closer related to. Indonesia: haekle - anatomist looking to find "mi
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Olorgesailie, Ubeidiya, Swartkrans

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6 Jul 2012
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Only parts of the world not populated were the extremes: desert, arctic, Cuts off eastern asia where there are no handaxes, only oldowan tools. Potenti
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Spear-Thrower

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6 Jul 2012
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UTSCANTC23H3Joyce PargaSummer

Mate Choice

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6 Jul 2012
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Know terms and definitions given in text reading and in the lecture slides. Higher rates of child murder by step-parents than genetic parents. Highest
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UTSCANTC23H3Joyce PargaSummer

Sperm Competition

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6 Jul 2012
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Sperm count higher from ejaculations resulting from sexual intercourse than from masturbation. The less time a couple has spent together since their la
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UTSCANTC23H3Joyce PargaSummer

ANTC23H3 Lecture Notes - Night Monkey, Sifaka, Polygynandry

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6 Jul 2012
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1 female, multiple males, each male mates only with that female. Many callitrichids (tamarins and marmosets); golden lion tamarin. 1 male, multiple fem
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UTSCANTC23H3Joyce PargaSummer

ANTC23H3 Lecture Notes - Sifaka

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6 Jul 2012
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How many copulations v. how many viable offspring produced. Male rs is limited by access to mates. Female rs is limited by access to resources (food, w
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UTSCANTC23H3Joyce PargaSummer

ANTC23H3 Lecture Notes - Ovulation

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6 Jul 2012
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Baboons, chimps/banobos, and macaques (only these three taxonomic groups with significant sexual swellings) Other species also get peri-vaginal pinkeni
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UTSCANTC23H3Joyce PargaSummer

Sexual Dimorphism

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6 Jul 2012
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External traits that help distinguish the sex of an individual, but are not directly involved in reproduction. Flanges and throat sac (laryngeal sac) o
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

Final Class

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9 Apr 2011
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What can we do as anthropologists: solving three kinds of "problems" o o o. Culture: theory ; why do they do it: clinical research, business, citizensh
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

Wrapping Up In Search of Respect

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9 Apr 2011
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Lecture nine: in search of respect - march 29, 2011. Gender and the search for respect: respect is a viable form of masculinity, marginalized urban men
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

Structure vs. Agency

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9 Apr 2011
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Lecture eight: structure vs. agency march 22, 2011. Key terms: race as plural, race as culturally constructed, agency, structure, durkheim, structural
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

Race and Racisms

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9 Apr 2011
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Lecture seven: race and racism march 15, 2011. How do anthropologists think of race: race is a recent human invention, race is about culture not biolog
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

Primitive vs. Modern and Couple in a Cage

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9 Apr 2011
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Lecture six: primitive" vs. modern" march 8, 2011. Idea of cultural progression is ethnocentric and doesn"t allow for. Primitive vs. "modern" culture u
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

Wrapping Up Feeding Desire

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9 Apr 2011
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Lecture five: wrapping up feeding desire march 1, 2011. The way that cultural logics come together and translate into cultural values o. Ie) endogamy,
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

ANTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Emic And Etic, Iroquois Kinship, Endogamy

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9 Apr 2011
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

Gender and Cultural Construction

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9 Apr 2011
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Lecture three: gender and cultural construction february 1 st , 2011. The way we see biology is part of how we see the world. The importance of biology
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

Ways of Knowing: Time, Language, Ritual

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9 Apr 2011
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Lecture two: ways of knowing january 25, 2011. Basically: how and why the world is the way it is. Worldview: encompassing view of reality based on a se
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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

Canadian Politics in Review

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9 Apr 2011
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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

Electoral System 2

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9 Apr 2011
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Lecture nine: electoral system, continued march 31, 2011. How do people decide: ads o o. Attack ads as beneficial for parties but not group. Doesn"t ta
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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

Electoral System 1

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9 Apr 2011
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The electoral system: set of institutions and rules that translate the votes of citizens into political seats. Kinds of electoral systems: single-membe
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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

Charter of Rights and Freedoms Part Two

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17 Mar 2011
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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

Charter of Rights and Freedoms Part One

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17 Mar 2011
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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

Legislation and Representation

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4 Mar 2011
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Review: democracy: by the people, of the people, for the people (lincoln, do not have direct democracy. We don"t really elect those who govern, we elec
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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

'Friendly Dictatorship' or Priministerial Power

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18 Feb 2011
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Lecture four: friendly democracy" or prime ministerial power february 17, 2011. Types of regimes: monarchy/dictatorship, give authority to a monarch/in
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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

Americanization

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9 Feb 2011
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Lecture one: january 20, 2011 americanization of canada: certain ideas that are canadian/american, us in a different position than canada o o. Californ
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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

Sovereignty

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9 Feb 2011
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Founding myths and confederation: compact between english and french (two nations theory) o o. Those who believe in this support an asymmetrical federa
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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

Multiculturalism

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9 Feb 2011
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Not purely federal because of the federal government"s ability to prevent provincial legislation: competing views on confederation/federalism o o. Deba
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