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TRENTANTH 1010HJocelyn WilliamsWinter

ANTH 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Archaeological Culture, Scientific Method, Structural Functionalism

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Analogy is a process of reasoning that assumes that if objects have some similar attributes, then they will share other similarities as well. It involv
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TRENTANTH 1010HJocelyn WilliamsWinter

ANTH 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Bioarchaeology, Ancient Warfare, Paleodemography

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The analysis of past people and their individual lives by studying and interpreting their mortal remains. The study of prehistoric populations, includi
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TRENTANTH 1010HJocelyn WilliamsWinter

ANTH 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Amesbury Archer, Labret, Potlatch

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Research has indicated that competing leaders erected the moai during periods of prosperity. Societies that have developed a degree of political comple
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TRENTANTH 1010HJocelyn WilliamsWinter

ANTH 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Border Cave, Stone Age, Abrigo Do Lagar Velho

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Anthro chapter 7: the origin of modern humans. The term modern humans refers to the members of the species homo sapiens, which includes all living huma
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TRENTANTH 1010HJocelyn WilliamsWinter

ANTH 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Egyptology, The Roots, Underwater Archaeology

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When the process of domesticating plants and animals began at the end of the pleistocene, the mesolithic, or. When farming became the primary mode of m
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TRENTANTH 1010HJocelyn WilliamsWinter

ANTH 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Human Science, Ethnology, Hand Axe

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The study of differences and similarities, both biological and cultural, in human populations. Anthropology is concerned with typical biological and cu
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TRENTANTH 1010HJocelyn WilliamsWinter

Chapter 3 Glossary anthro.docx

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The geologic period lasting from about 1. 9 million years to about 10,000 years ago, essentially the ige ages . Prehistoric archaeology: the archaeolog
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TRENTANTH 1010HJocelyn WilliamsWinter

ANTH 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Speciation, Cultural Relativism, Ethnography

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Middle-range theory: a way of seeking accurate means for identifying and measuring specified properties of past cultural systems. Living archaeology, a
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TRENTANTH 1010HJocelyn WilliamsWinter

ANTH 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ring Species, Political Ecology, Population Ecology

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Anthropology chapter 5 summary human interaction with environment. The significance of mitochondrial dna lies in the fact that it is passed unchanged e
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TRENTANTH 1010HJocelyn WilliamsWinter

ANTH 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Frontal Bone, Hammerstone, Uniface

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Anthropology chapter 6: rise of the genus homo. The tool industry characterized by simple, usually unifacial core and flake tools. A particular style o
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TRENTANTH 1010HJocelyn WilliamsWinter

ANTH 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: An Yang, Uruk Period, Oracle Bone

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The region along the tigris and euphrates rivers, in modern iraq. There are 3 important consequences of the geological position of mesopotamia: many ea
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TRENTANTH 1010HJocelyn WilliamsWinter

ANTH 1010H Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Hemudu Culture, Humboldt Current, New Guinea

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African agricultural systems incorporated domesticated plants introduced from the middle east, including wheat, barley, and lentils. Among the domestic
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