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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 210
Professor
Don Conlee
Semester
Spring

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Chapter 5 Wednesday, January 29, 2014 10:25 AM I. The Process of Enculturation a. Becoming a human being The study of the psychological motivations of i. When does human life began behavior ii. Social birth Cultural and personality traits iii. Naming Questions to Define 1) Social recognition of the transition to person hood Naturalization a) Often marked by ritual Personalization b) Ex. Ju/'hoansi and childbirth Cooperation an Completion (Zunis) 2) Links to baby to social process Public/private self 3) Some native American Societies Psychological Anthropology a) New names at various points of the lives Self-Concepts b. Child rearing National Character i. Feeding and weaning 1940-1960 ii. Sleeping
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