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UW-MADISONANTHRO 100Wendland ClaireFall

ANTHRO 100 Chapter 1: anthro ch 1 notes

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UW-MADISONANTHRO 100Wendland ClaireFall

ANTHRO 100 Chapter 5: anthro ch 5 notes

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UW-MADISONANTHRO 100Wendland ClaireFall

ANTHRO 100 Chapter 3: anthro ch 3 notes

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UW-MADISONANTHRO 104Jerome CamalFall

ANTHRO 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Paralanguage, Hopi Language, Kinesics

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Details of a language"s vocabulary and grammar the role of language in people"s lives both as individuals and as communities. Section 1: what is langua
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UW-MADISONANTHRO 104Jerome CamalFall

ANTHRO 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Franz Boas, Salvage Ethnography, Trobriand Islands

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Section 1: what is unique about ethnographic fieldwork, and why do anthropologists conduct this. Ethnographic fieldwork: a primary research strategy in
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UW-MADISONANTHRO 104Jerome CamalFall

ANTHRO 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Franz Boas, Historical Particularism, Cultural Relativism

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Culture: system of knowledge, beliefs, patterns of behavior, artifacts, and institutions that are created, learned, shared, and contested by a group of
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UW-MADISONANTHRO 104Jeanne ConnorSpring

ANTHRO 104 Chapter 1: Cultural Anthropology Chapter 1

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UW-MADISONANTHRO 104Jeanne ConnorSpring

ANTHRO 104 Chapter 1: Unit 1 Pre-Reading

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UW-MADISONANTHRO 104Jerome CamalFall

ANTHRO 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Caster Semenya, Bahuchara Mata, Sex Organ

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Section 1: are men and women born or made. Gender characteristics associated with being a woman or man in a particular culture and the way those charac
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UW-MADISONANTHRO 104Jerome CamalFall

ANTHRO 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Linguistic Anthropology, Biological Anthropology, Culture

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Anthropology: study of the full scope of human diversity, past and present, and the application of that knowledge to help people of different backgroun
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UW-MADISONANTHRO 104Jerome CamalFall

ANTHRO 104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Traditional Tibetan Medicine, Ethnomedicine, Biomedicine

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Medical anthropology has grown immensely since the 1980s as anthropology"s key research strategies. Extensive fieldwork, extensive participant observat
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UW-MADISONANTHRO 105Dr.Richard Mc FarlandFall

ANTHRO 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Linguistic Anthropology, Forensic Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology

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Physical anthropology = the study of humans and how their ancestors lived: answers why we are what we are. Anthropology = the study of humankind viewed
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