ANTHR207 Study Guide - Final Guide: Indian Act, Gregory Bateson, Hutterite

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* biological anthropology, archaeology, linguistic anthropology, cultural anthropology, applied anthropology. * there is no one correct map of the world. * physical and imaginary boundaries that are always changing. * in large and small scale levels e. g. , one this map europe seems to be in the center of the world, showing a eurocentric perspective (most likely because a. * robinson projection - widely accepted map of the world. Anthropology explores human societies, cultures, and physical diversity across time and space. Anthropology - the study of human nature, human society, and the human past -- definition from anthr101. So we ask questions, and create new knowledge! Humans are diverse creatures, we have to adapt to solve problems Dualism: mind and body//deeply rooted in western thought//going back to plato// e. g. , woman vs man, black vs white. Idealism: reduces human nature or ideas that produce them.