Their basic needs to survive. What are the 7 components of culture? And explain each. It is Learned parents, schools , Shared communities, and Countries , Adaptive adjusts to enviroment , Cumulative improvements and inventions , Integrated links together, one culture has an impact on another , Symbolic something that represents the real item ex. What is Anthropos?
Anthropology: The Basics
Greek root to Anthropology meaning Humanity. What is the Nature VS. Nurture debate? An on going debate about whether human development is mainly attributed to genetics or environmental learning. What is Ethnocentrism? The feeling that one's own culture is superior to others, or judging another culture by the standards of one's own. What is Cultural Relativity? To recognize value in a culture, be slow in judgment, remain objective in describing a culture, and when judging a culture use their own contexts as a standard. What is the Observer Effect? The changes that the act of observing will make on the phenomenon being observed.
What is a Participant Observation Technique? Give examples.
Anthropology: The Basics by Peter Metcalf
Technique that gives the anthropology its unique place in social studies. Examples are do interviews with Emic perspective, Do still photography, Do audio and video documentation, Map the villages, Take part in daily activities, and Assist locals in order to reciprocate their help. What is Ethnography?
Going into a culture to study it not to change it. Learning the Language, Finding good informants, Avoid mistakes that will interfer with effective integration into the society.
Who are the Yanomamo people? A tribal indian culture that lives in Venezuela. Studied by Napoleon A. What are the Ethics in Ethnographic Fieldwork? Do no harm, Guard the dignity of informants, Guard the security of informants including maintaining their anonymity if needed, Compensate them fairly. What is Language?
What is Anthropology?
A System of arbitrary vocal symbols learned and shared by members of a society for the purpose of communication. What are the four parts of language? What are the two Non-Verbal Communication? Proxemics communicating through the manipulation of space , and Kenesics posture or facial expressions.
What is the difference between Contoid, and Vocoid? Contoid is a Consonants, and Vocoid is a Vowel. Only Contoids have the tongue touching lips, teeth, or roof of mouth. What is an Articulator? Joining together or Intergrating parts of the mouth. Examples lips, teeth, alveolar. What are the three Route and Action of the Column of Air? Stop, Fricative vibration , Nasal. What is the difference between Voiced or Voiceless? Voiced makes your adam's apple vibrate, and Voiceless does not.
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The Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth - The ASA aims to promote the study and teaching of social anthropology, to present the interests of social anthropology and to maintain its professional status. The European Anthropological Association — a scientific organisation which aims to promote research and teaching in anthropology in the different European countries and to promote exchanges of information, workshops, scientific congresses, and schools at postgraduate level.
The European Association of Social Anthropologists — a professional association open to all social anthropologists either qualified in, or working in, Europe. The Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland RAI - is the world's longest-established scholarly association dedicated to the furtherance of anthropology the study of humankind in its broadest and most inclusive sense.
World Council of Anthropological Associations WCAA - network of national and international associations that aims to promote worldwide communication and cooperation in anthropology. About Anthropology What is Anthropology? What is Anthropology? What do anthropologists do? Studying anthropology Both at undergraduate and at postgraduate level, studying anthropology imparts a unique set of skills for working with people.
Common misconceptions about anthropology Anthropology as subject is not well known amongst the general population in Britain. Cookies make it easier for us to provide you with our services.
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