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One World Many Peoples Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

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ANTH 111- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 109 pages long!)
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[ANTH 111] Comprehensive Winter guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com 44WHAT IS ANTHROPOLOGY? a▯th▯opos...

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davidbennett
ANTH 111 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Morality Play, Ok Tedi Mine, Infant Mortality

KINSHIP Patterns of Family Relations Problem 4: What do we need to know before we can understand the dynamics of family life in other societies? John Woolsey o Kinship: Patterns of Family Relations What is the composition ...

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davidbennett
ANTH 111 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mbuti People, Craniometry, Positive Action
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Napoleon chagnan Yonomama(Brazil) discourse justifies social inequalities on the basis of these identities. Kinship is a form of relatedness that cannot be reduced to biology but is selective Samuel Morton 1800 craniometry...

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Ervin Alexander
ANTH 111 Study Guide - Final Guide: Eric Wolf, Trobriand Islands, Nuclear Family

Bridewealth: the transfer of certain symbolically important goods from the family of the groom to the family of the bride, representing compensation to the wife’s lineage for the loss of her labour and for child-bearing. ...

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Elaine Hulse
ANTH 111 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Mnemonic, Indulgence, Cultural Universal

Svinia in Black and White by David Z. Scheffel is about the Slovak Roma and their neighbours, but more importantly, Svinia looks at the Roma’s culture. Culture can be defined as, “sets of learned behaviours and ideas that ...

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Elaine Hulse
ANTH 111 Quiz: pop quiz 2 formal answer

A person’s community is extremely important. Your community is a group of any number of individuals that not only share locality, but also share a common government, and have a common cultural and historical heritage. You...

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Elaine Hulse
ANTH 111 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ghost Dance, Sodality, Child Prostitution

Remider: Chapter 6 – marriage, family and kinship – no questions from pages 148-152 and 153- 160. Know ascribed/achieved status. No qs on sodalities no cross cousins, no age sets, no hawian kin system, no secret societ...

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Elaine Hulse
ANTH 111 Quiz: Anthropology pop quiz 1 answer

Tips for a TERRIFIC pop quiz!! 1) Introduction of 6 sentences stating what your thesis is, from where you are getting your information and a brief context about “culture” in general. 2) Each paragraph sho...

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Elaine Hulse
ANTH 111 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Margaret Mead, Participant Observation, Thick Description

find more resources at oneclass.com “Explanations” for the Human Condition Dualism: Mind-body dichotomy creates people’s “reality” Idealism: mind over body… the ideas people have creates people’s “reality” Materialism: ma...

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Elaine Hulse
ANTH 111 Quiz: pop quiz 2 question

Next Wednesday is pop quiz #2 October 25 tutorial is cancelled Question is: … so you define what you mean by community, cooperation and coercion. Discuss How you know that the Slovaks, and or Roma use A) the essence of ...

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Elaine Hulse
ANTH 111 Quiz: Pop quiz 3 answer

Kinship is a key social organizing principle in all cultures. Kinship tells us that people can be linked formally through blood or marriage, or informally through friendship or fictive kin (the people you may call aunt or...

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Elaine Hulse
ANTH 111 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Franz Boas, Margaret Mead, Cultural Relativism

Pop quiz:Using the characteristics from your notes, and/or textbooks, discuss how you know that culture is learned, shared, patterned and integrative, by giving a specific example for EACH feature of culture, found in S...

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Elaine Hulse
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