Linguistic & Semiotic: The study of language in culture and semiotic ways of communicating. Language
ideas are filtered out.
Social and cultural anthropology: Profile of the living people in terms of what they thought, believed,
did, expressed themselves in terms of art and organized their peoples. The study of the diversity of
people in the world as of the present and the recent past. Ethnography is the study of a society, the
ways they relate to one another, how they married, their religion, the economy, their ways of farming,
gender relations, etc. Some customs or practices may seem strange at first glance, but the point of this
by culture influences.
Culture: The learned set of ideals and behaviours acquired by people in a society.
x Look at a worldwide commodity, sugar, and describe the history and culture of it with reference
x Prepare a kinship chart of your own family with at least three generations, assign a name to
everyone, put yourself in it, look at this set of relations and how they interact (when do people
eat together? Who exchanges crap?)
x Study of the culture within the society of chimps.
x Another BIO research topic focuses on question about validity of species designation for the
x Summarize the various aspects of the Stonehenge Riverside Project and describe how this
research is helping to shed new light on this important and complex time in European
x With reference to various specimens, your job in this paper will be to comment upon the
theories that have been put forward to explain the meaning and function of the Venus figurines.
1. Historical development of biological science
2. Diversity of life & natural processes produced this diversity
Application of modern evolutionary theory to studies of the morphology, ecology, and behaviour of
human and non-human primates.
5 research disciplines in evolutionary anthropology