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CARLETONANTH 1001PaulWinter

ANTH 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Sherwood Washburn, Paleodemography, Carl Linnaeus

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Anthropology can be defined as the study of human nature, human society, human language and human past (plsn). This study aims to describe what it mean
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CARLETONANTH 1001Liam KilmurrayFall

ANTH 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Franz Boas, Margaret Mead, Participant Observation

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Field work: an extended period of close involvement with the people in whose way of life anthropologists are interested, during which anthropologists o
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CARLETONANTH 1001Liam KilmurrayFall

ANTH 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Jane Goodall, Linguistic Anthropology, Evolution

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6 Feb 2017
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Dualism: the philosophical view that reality consists of two equal and irreducible forces. Ex: the separation between mind and body (cartesian dualism)
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CARLETONANTH 1001PaulWinter

ANTH 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Mendelian Inheritance, Georges Cuvier, Essentialism

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Evolutionary theory is the set of testable hypothesis that says that living organisms can change over time and five rise to new kinds of organisms ther
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CARLETONANTH 1001Liam KilmurrayFall

ANTH 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Orthopathy, Status Quo

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6 Feb 2017
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Alludes to the non-play world by transforming the objects, roles actions and relations of ends and means characteristic of the non play world. Framing:
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CARLETONANTH 1001Liam KilmurrayFall

ANTH 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Jane Goodall, Linguistic Anthropology, Evolution

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6 Feb 2017
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Dualism: the philosophical view that reality consists of two equal and irreducible forces. Ex: the separation between mind and body (cartesian dualism)
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CARLETONANTH 1001Liam KilmurrayFall

ANTH 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Exogamy, Endogamy, Dowry

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6 Feb 2017
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Relatedness: the socially recognized ties that connect people in a variety of ways. Family: at minimum, a woman or a man and his/her dependant children
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CARLETONANTH 1001Liam KilmurrayFall

ANTH 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cognitive Style, Cognitive Development, Heteronormativity

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6 Feb 2017
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Outline: perception, cognition, emotion, motivation, personality/self/ subjectivity, sex, sexuality, gender roles: the creation of subject positions. A
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CARLETONANTH 1001Liam KilmurrayFall

ANTH 1001 Chapter 2: ANTH1001 chapter 2- Fieldwork

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6 Feb 2017
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Field work: an extended period of close involvement with the people in whose way of life anthropologists are interested, during which anthropologists o
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CARLETONANTH 1001Liam KilmurrayFall

ANTH 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Exogamy, Endogamy, Dowry

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6 Feb 2017
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Relatedness: the socially recognized ties that connect people in a variety of ways. Family: at minimum, a woman or a man and his/her dependant children
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CARLETONANTH 1001Liam KilmurrayFall

ANTH 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-6: Exogamy, Endogamy, Dowry

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6 Feb 2017
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Relatedness: the socially recognized ties that connect people in a variety of ways. Family: at minimum, a woman or a man and his/her dependant children
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CARLETONANTH 1001Kristin BrightFall

ANTH 1001 Chapter 5: Chapter 5 - Human Origins

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Archeologists and physical anthropologists offer us some insights. Deep time framework for considering the pan of human history within the much larger
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