Textbook Notes for ANTHR101 at University of Alberta (U OF A)


U OF AANTHR101Megan HighetFall

ANTHR 101 Final: Complete and Comprehensive 72 Page Final Exam Study Guide - Fall 2015

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U OF AANTHR101Megan HighetFall

ANTHR 101 Lecture 15: A Conversation with Koko (Film)

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Can exchange intellect and emotion just like in a human conversation. She can sign sentences like koko, me gorilla, good . She taught her by making her
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U OF AANTHR101Megan HighetFall

ANTHR101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Primitive Culture, Cultural Relativism, Termite

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That complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of soci
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U OF AANTHR101Megan HighetFall

ANTHR101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Human Brain, Human Skeleton, Insulin

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The mind"s big bang = when human expression and concept of the mind start. Hominid artifacts found in africa, where human ancestors used to live. Homin
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U OF AANTHR101Megan HighetFall

ANTHR101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Denisova Cave, Upper Paleolithic, Denisovan

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Expertly crafted produced correct notes of musical scale. If it was complete it would have the same scale of the modern flute. They were used it like a
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U OF AANTHR101Megan HighetFall

ANTHR101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Brain Injury, Levallois Technique, Woodworking

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Sites widely distributed throughout the old world (1. 8) They were the first to move out and spread and adapt. Big brain, but not to our average brain.
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U OF AANTHR101Francois LaroseWinter

ANTHR 101 Chapter 11,12,14,15,16,18,19: anthro 101

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Directed change: applied anthropology, the use of anthropological knowledge and techniques for the purpose of solving. The rst part of the nal exam wil
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U OF AANTHR101Francois LaroseFall

Ch. 2 - How We Discover the Past textbook notes

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U OF AANTHR101Francois LaroseWinter

ANTHR101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Light Skin, Sunburn, Dark Skin

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There is genes that make for greater or lesser chances for survival and reproduction, but natural selection results in more favourable genes becoming m
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U OF AANTHR101Francois LaroseFall

ANTHR101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Breadfruit, Harappa

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U OF AANTHR101Francois LaroseWinter

ANTHR101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Biological Anthropology, Primate, Sociolinguistics

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They are interested in both universals and differences in human populations. They want to discover when, where, and why humans appeared on earth, how a
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U OF AANTHR101Francois LaroseFall

ANTHR101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Melville J. Herskovits, Franz Boas, Qwerty

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Culture refers to the learned and shared behaviours, ideas, and charateristics of those people. Not outside of time, but within. culture can change ove
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U OF AANTHR101Francois LaroseFall

ANTHR101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Paranthropus Robustus, Australopithecus Garhi, Australopithecus Afarensis

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The first hominids and the emergence of homo. Genus: australopithecus - undisputed bipedal hominids lived in east africa 4 mya. Hominoids to hominids i
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U OF AANTHR101Francois LaroseFall

ANTHR101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Human Taxonomy, Homo Erectus, Homo Sapiens

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Completely modern human looking beings, homo sapiens sapiens, appeared 50 kya. Most paleoanthropologists agree that homo erectus evolved into homo sapi
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U OF AANTHR101Francois LaroseFall

Ch. 11 - Economics textbook notes

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U OF AANTHR101HillaryWinter

ANTHR101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Gini Coefficient, Upper Class, Social Inequality

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Kung, mbuti, austra-lian aborigines, inuit, and ach ; horticulturalists - yanomam ; and pastoralists lapps. There will always be differences in age and
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U OF AANTHR101Megan HighetWinter

ANTHR 101 Chapter 2: Why is Evolution Important to Anthropologists?

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Successful scientific theories are testable, unified, and fruitful (suggested by philip ketcher) Testable hypotheses can be tested in nature o: unified
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U OF AANTHR101Francois LaroseFall

Ch. 16 - Religion and Magic textbook notes

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