[ANTH 2200] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot th..
[ANTH 2200] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (62 pages long!)

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East Carolina University
ANTH 2200
Benjamin Brooks

[ANTH 2200] Comprehensive Final Exam guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com Background Information Anthropos: man logos: study  Anthropology - the study of humans o Time & Space: Longitudinal perspective (human experience)  All of the humans past and present (human ancestors)  How have humans been able to survive these experiences o All geographic areas  How they have adapted`` Four Main Sub Fields  Biological (or Physical) o Human Evolution o Biological Variation  Cultural o Cultural variations (diversity) o Cultural universals (found in all societies around the world)  Ex: religious belief system  Archaeology o Reconstruct customs of past peoples o Study human remains  Linguistics o Language  Structural and Social (social cultural) Applied Anthropology  Taking anthropology knowledge and applying it to the real world  From all sub-fields o Biological - Forensics  Often involves law enforcement (human remains may be found so biological anthropologists or forensic anthropologists are called upon to look at the environment and determine the type of remains) o Archaeology - Preserve and record  Culture Research Management Archaeology  Ensures that construction projects do not destroy any cultural aspects of a group of people o Linguistics - Language and change o Cultural - Human relations  Tech companies interested in hiring individuals with social science background (design a product that they can market to consumers) - who better than those studying society (Sociology, Psychology, Anthropology) --> can effectively ask questions to decipher the best methods in gaining information  Design products that would actually apply to ones lifestyle find more resources at oneclass.com
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