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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenWinter

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Carlos Slim, Structural Unemployment, White Supremacy

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Because we are still going through this time period, we have a bad vocabulary for describing it. Post-colony = referred to places that were once coloni
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenWinter

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Northeast Megalopolis, Wage Labour, Industrial Revolution

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Each economic system correlates with a different kind of structure. Economic systems evolve, do not disappear when in contact with new ones. Industrial
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenWinter

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Spirit Spouse, Economic Anthropology, Ethnography

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In economic anthropology the question is more social science focused rather than the course of humanities. Options: selection by family (parents will c
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenWinter

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Franz Boas

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Topic: relatedness (kinship, marriage, descent, residence, commensality, friendship?) Human beings need relationships, but not the same forms of relati
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenWinter

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Noam Chomsky, Moral Relativism, Cultural Relativism

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Topic: universal and particular structures in language and culture. Case study: mother love and infant death in alto do cruzeiro, brazil. Cultural rela
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenWinter

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Identity Politics, English Canada, Multiculturalism In Canada

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Nations are real and patriotic people would sacrifice their lives for their nation. However, they are socially constructed and not natural. Religion is
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenWinter

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Abrahamic Religions, Spirit Possession, Clifford Geertz

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Religion is a concept that is very slippery. it"s meaning can really slip away from us. In latin, religion was described as a way to please the gods. O
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenWinter

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Benjamin Lee Whorf, Jargon, Linguistic Relativity

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Trump putting things in tweets that no one puts in tweets. No one really writes the same as they speak. The word like is mostly a spoken word not writt
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenWinter

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Homo Sapiens, Denotation, White Privilege

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It is not a left-winged influenced thing, it is a fact that. Race is a word given by society and exists in certain historical times. Lessons from the o
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenWinter

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Anthropocene, Potlatch, Inuit Languages

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Not a very straight forward topic, with some even challenging the notion of culture. Culture = what we learn from each other vs. what was programmed by
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Upper Paleolithic, Beringia, List Of Domesticated Animals

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Ant 100 lecture 13 wrapping up the semester. Recap: lecture ending is around the upper paleolithic, but it should be seen as how all humans lived aroun
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Neanderthal, Middle Paleolithic, Openair

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Ant 100 lecture 11 middle palaeolithic. Cranial capacity as large as or larger than modern humans (though brain is not organized in same way. : had ver
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Mississippian Culture, Social Status, Acculturation

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Reconstructing social organization = arrangement between individuals and groups in human society that structure relationships and activities. Some majo
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenFall

ANT100Y1 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Special Request Notes - Genus, Africa, Dna

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Biodiversity- life changing, geology, water (water cycle and how the earth moves is important for life), climate (where the rain comes and doesn"t, whe
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Accelerator Mass Spectrometry, Radiocarbon Dating, Volcanic Glass

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Ant 100- lecture 9 dating methods / analysis and interpretation. Absolute dating: gives you a specific year of when the item was made. Many different m
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Soil Chemistry, Stone Tool, Soil Resistivity

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Ant100 - lecture 8 - the archeological record. Everything in the world that remains of physical remains from everything in the past that happened with
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Linguistic Anthropology, Medical Anthropology, Hermaphrodite

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Ant100 - human sexual variation, medical & forensic anthropology - lecture #6. Olden days, gender was assigned by the physical attributes of the baby.
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Homo Habilis, Homo Rudolfensis, Homo Heidelbergensis

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Ant100 lecture 6 human evolution and race. Hominin fossils: moving from ape-like creatures to human kind, geographically still found in africa. Rise of
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Gene Flow, Natural Selection, Zygosity

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Focuses on how evolution works at the level of phenotypes, genes, and pop"s. Genetics: somatic cells: most cells in body except sex cells, gametes, cyt
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture 5: ANT 100 - Lecture 5 - Primate & Human Evolution

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Ant 100 lecture 4 primate and human evolution. Plesiadapids not primates: did not have postorbital bar (the bar over top of the eye. Their eyes just re
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Gregor Mendel, Pisum, Sexual Selection

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Biodiversity- life changing, geology, water (water cycle and how the earth moves is important for life), climate (where the rain comes and doesn"t, whe
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Tapetum Lucidum, Postorbital Bar, Lemur

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Ant 100 lecture 4 - primate behaviour and ecology. Primates are mammals that are warm blooded, have hair on their bodies & they feed their young milk.
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Final: Complete and Comprehensive 50 Page Final Exam Study Guide Fall 2015

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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Broadspectrum, Domestication, List Of Domesticated Animals

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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Anatomically Modern Human, Middle Paleolithic, Lithic Reduction

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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Neanderthal, Homo Habilis, Homo Erectus

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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ethnoarchaeology, Paleoethnobotany, Silicon Dioxide

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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Relative Dating, Lascaux, Archaeological Site

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The study of material remains (physical objects) and their spatial relationships to interpret past human behaviour. Relationship of archeology with oth
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture 6: Human Evolution and Variation

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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture 5: Primate and Human Evolution

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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Dominatrix, Birmingham City Centre, Social Order

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Ant100 - lecture 4 - primate ecology and behaviour. Primates differ from most mammals by having. Cathemeral: active any time of day or night. Most prim
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Darwinism, Social Philosophy, Binomial Nomenclature

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Ant100 - lecture 1 - introduction to evolution. Evolutionary anthropology is the application of modern evolutionary theory to studies of morphology, ec
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Mutation, Transfer Rna, Zygosity

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Ant100 - lecture 3 - principles of evolution. Genetic basis of inheritance and biological evolution. Focuses on how evolution works at level of phenoty
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn Lehman

ANT100Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 153 pages long!)

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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 63 pages long!)

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Application of modern evolutionary theory to studies of morphology, ecology, and behaviour of human and non-human primates. Evolution has no goal; it i
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UTSGANT100Y1Max FriesenFall

ANT100Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 62 pages long!)

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Ant100y1 outline for evolutionary anthropology lecture #1: introduction, evolution is everywhere and is happening right now in your hair and skin and e
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 148 pages long!)

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L"a(cid:374)se au(cid:454) meado(cid:449)s viki(cid:374)g site in newfoundland: salvage arch, determined by industrial or urban development plans or si
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn Lehman

ANT100Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 92 pages long!)

Variation important in evolution: physical variety, in any population of organisms. If variety provide advantage to certain individual, then they may p
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UTSGANT100Y1Rajeshwari IyerWinter

ANT100Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 98 pages long!)

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Multiple choice questions without answers the new jersey state police laboratory that of the los angeles police department the f. b. i. All of the foll
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UTSGANT100Y1Sherry FukuzawaWinter

[ANT100Y1] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 41 pages long Study Guide!

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UTSGANT100Y1Ivan KalmarWinter

[ANT100Y1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (58 pages long!)

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Inuktitut = speaking or behaving in the inuit way. Old anthropologists may have been agents of western domination (not always innocent during fieldwork
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanWinter

[ANT100Y1] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 25 pages long Study Guide!

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Evolutionary anthropology: application of modern evolutionary theory to studies of morphology, ecology, and behaviour of human and non-human primates.
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanSpring

[ANT100Y1] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (40 pages long)

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Posing, others on top of earthlodges unaware: when was pic taken. Interested in pawnee earth lodges or pawnee lifestyle: what can be learned from pic.
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

[ANT100Y1] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 32 pages long Study Guide!

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UTSGANT100Y1Ivan KalmarFall

[ANT100Y1] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (57 pages long)

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