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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsFall

term 1 test study guide detailed and simplistic to follow

OC160842 Page
10 Feb 2011
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsFall

Study Guide for Term Test 1 [Bio Part 1]

OC28467 Page
3 Dec 2010
71
Tt1-review-biology /physical antropology section (please use lecture notes as main material, this is just used for org purpose + book keywords& highlig
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsFall

Archaeology Lecture Two + Readings

OC78199 Page
12 May 2011
33
Long difficult process; can take up to many years: catalogue items by numerating them into categories, classify items by assigning items to pre-arrange
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsWinter

Exam Study Guide

OC309362 Page
17 Apr 2011
325
Archaeological record: the matrices in which artifacts, ecofacts, sites and other human-manufactured features or results of past human actions are foun
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsFall

Biological and Archeology Definitions

OC28258 Page
16 Apr 2011
19
Anthropology = the global and holistic study of human culture and biology. Holistic = considering all aspects of the research subject. Biological anthr
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsFall

Study Notes on Biological Anthropology

OC282512 Page
16 Apr 2011
41
Anthropology = the global and holistic study of human culture and biology. Holistic = considering all aspects of the research subject. Biological anthr
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsWinter

Study Notes on Linguistic and Semiotic Anthropology

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16 Apr 2011
28
Abstract concepts (time & love) are shaped by the language we speak and lead to culture. That each language creates a different way of looking at the w
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsWinter

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OC59991 Page
15 Apr 2011
23
Macroevolution refers to large-scale changes at or above the species level, extending over a geological era, and resulting in the formation of new taxo
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsWinter

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OC59994 Page
15 Apr 2011
19
Modern evolutionary biology is based on genetics. There are 2 types of cells in any living organism: prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. The main differe
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsWinter

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OC59993 Page
15 Apr 2011
22
Study of how our closest extant biological relatives: non-human primate species. The multidisciplinary study of the biological evolution of humans and
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsWinter

ANT100Y1 Study Guide - Fossil, Natural Selection, Phenotype

OC676651 Page
14 Apr 2011
39
P a g e | 1: research topics, primatology .  cross over the study of hominids which include all ape-like ancestors: paleoanthropology.  combines the
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsFall

ANT100Y1 Study Guide - Lascaux, Social Stratification, Oldowan

OC280116 Page
7 Dec 2010
33
Anthropology term 1 study guide - watts 10-12-07 1:54 am. 3 typical elements of archaeological research: unobserved material culture, unobserved human/
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