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Textbook Notes for ANTH 1150 at University of Guelph

Introduction to Anthropology

ANTH 1150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: 100 Girls, Moose Factory, The Jesuit Relations

THE FIRST NATIONS OF ONTARIO Social and Historical Transitions Chapter Three ALGONQUIAN HUNTERS OF THE BOREAL FOREST Culture Areas of Ontario As ...

Anthropology
ANTH 1150
All Professors
ANTH 1150 Chapter 5: FNO-Chap-5

THE FIRST NATIONS OF ONTARIO Social and Historical Transitions Chapter Five ONTARIO TREATIES AND LAND CLAIMS Summary Ontario is covered by 46 treaties and agreements with the Indigenous inhabitants of the province. These i...

Anthropology
ANTH 1150
All Professors
ANTH 1150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Petun, Algonquin Language, Iroquoian Languages

THE FIRST NATIONS OF ONTARIO Social and Historical Transitions Chapter One INTRODUCING FIRST NATIONS AND THEIR CHARACTERISTICS PowWow Dancers Elizabeth EshkibokTrudeau and her son Waaweyeseh (Whirlwind), Wikwemikong First ...

Anthropology
ANTH 1150
All Professors
ANTH 1150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Canadian Indian Residential School System, Tom Longboat Awards, Kenora District

THE FIRST NATIONS OF ONTARIO Social and Historical Transitions Chapter Six SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND CURRENT EVENTS Introduction There are many ...

Anthropology
ANTH 1150
All Professors
ANTH 1150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Handsome Lake, Kinship Terminology, Matriarchy

THE FIRST NATIONS OF ONTARIO Social and Historical Transitions Chapter Four THE WENDAT AND HAUDENOSAUNEE OF THE EASTERN WOODLANDS Summary of Main Points 1...

Anthropology
ANTH 1150
All Professors
ANTH 1150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Taconite, Manitoulin Island, Point Peninsula Complex

THE FIRST NATIONS OF ONTARIO Social and Historical Transitions Chapter Two FIRST NATIONS IN ONTARIOS PAST Important Point to Remember On the to...

Anthropology
ANTH 1150
All Professors
ANTH 1150 Chapter ALL: All Chapter Summaries + Review Questions for Final Exam

ANTHROPOLOGY Unit 1: What is Anthropology? (pages 426) Anthropology is the detailed study of humanity in different times and places o Anthropologists attempt to engender knowledge about diverse people and their behaviour, ...

Anthropology
ANTH 1150
Victor Gulewitsch
ANTH 1150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Extensive-Form Game, Mechanised Agriculture, Pastoralism

Chapter 5-Making a Living Pg 98-117 Patterns of subsistence; food-procuring strategies. Sometimes called the subsistence rounds Adaptation horticulture-normally small-scale cult...

Anthropology
ANTH 1150
Victor Gulewitsch
ANTH 1150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Sociolinguistics, Glottochronology, Mutual Intelligibility

Chapter 4Language and Communication Pg 7492 situates reader or listener in space and time=displacement; the ability to refer to objects and events removed in time and space and helped ancient humans to communicate langua...

Anthropology
ANTH 1150
Victor Gulewitsch
ANTH 1150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Multiregional Origin Of Modern Humans, Ape, Australopithecine

Chapter 3 Pg 50-67 - early forerunners of humanity depended a great deal on physical attributes for survival (much of what they did was discovered by their biological natures)...

Anthropology
ANTH 1150
Victor Gulewitsch
ANTH 1150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Sociolinguistics, Androcentrism, Forensic Anthropology

Chapter 1 Reading Notes Page 425 Anthropology; study of humankind in all times and places Globalization is forcing us to deal with issues and face challenges that are no longer far away The development of Anthropology pe...

Anthropology
ANTH 1150
Victor Gulewitsch
ANTH 1150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: Phonology, Phoneme, Flag Signals

Unit 4: Chapter 4 Textbook Notes + Course Notes : Language and Communication Introduction to Nature of Human Language - human beings are not the only living creatures capable of some form of communication - What makes h...

Anthropology
ANTH 1150
Victor Gulewitsch
ANTH 1150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Laura Nader, Franz Boas, Cultural Imperialism

Chapter 1 Anthropology: is the study of human kind in all places and in all times social sciences are concerned with the distinctive forms that human relationships can take humanities examine the great achievements of huma...

Anthropology
ANTH 1150
Victor Gulewitsch
ANTH 1150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-9: Natural Selection, Clavicle, Bound And Unbound Morphemes

Chapter 3 Human culture came into existence a mere 2.5 million years ago Humans and Other Primates: biologists classify humans as belonging to the primate order a group of mammals that includes lemurs, lorises, tarsiers, m...

Anthropology
ANTH 1150
Victor Gulewitsch
ANTH 1150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Consanguinity, Nuclear Family, Single Parent

ANTH1150 Lecture 15: Family and Household What is Family? Married or common law couple with or without children Single parent with children Nuclear family The Family Dened The family institution is undergoing fundamental c...

Anthropology
ANTH 1150
Victor Gulewitsch

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