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Cultural Anthro Ch 1: Anthropology
ethnography
anthropology
society
cultures
the first-hand, personal study of local settings
study of the human species and its immediate ancestors
organized life in groups
(more distinctly human) traditions and customs, transmitted t…
ethnography
the first-hand, personal study of local settings
anthropology
study of the human species and its immediate ancestors
50 terms
Anthro 2202H: Introduction of Cultural Anthropology
Anthropology
Anthropology is considered the...
Goals of Anthropology
Four Sub Fields of Anthropology
An integrated, scientific, and holistic study of human cultur…
Study of human kind; Often referred to as a "soft" science be…
What is human?... What does it mean to be human? ... Allows to make…
Biological, Acrhaeology, Anthropological Linguistics, Cultural
Anthropology
An integrated, scientific, and holistic study of human cultur…
Anthropology is considered the...
Study of human kind; Often referred to as a "soft" science be…
111 terms
Anthro 111: Cultural Anthropology Exam
culture
characteristics of culture
symbols
subculture
set of habits, customs, and beliefs that is passed on within…
1. learned... 2. symbolic... 3. shared... 4. adaptive... 5. has patterns
signs that have to be interpreted by human minds
smaller culture within a larger culture
culture
set of habits, customs, and beliefs that is passed on within…
characteristics of culture
1. learned... 2. symbolic... 3. shared... 4. adaptive... 5. has patterns
69 terms
Cultural Anthropology Final (ANTHRO 201 UofL)
Kinship
Relatedness
Descent
Bilateral
Social relationships that are prototypically derived from the…
Includes not only bonds classically understood in terms of ... k…
Links members of different generations
Connections by both parents
Kinship
Social relationships that are prototypically derived from the…
Relatedness
Includes not only bonds classically understood in terms of ... k…
16 terms
Cultural Anthro Ch 3: Doing Anthropology
sample
interview schedule
genealogical method
key cultural consultants (key informan…
small, manageable study group from a larger population
ethnographer talks face to face with people, asks the questio…
well-ext ethnographic technique, collect genealogical data to…
people in a community who by accident, experience, talent, or…
sample
small, manageable study group from a larger population
interview schedule
ethnographer talks face to face with people, asks the questio…
14 terms
Cultural Anthro Chapter 4 Applied Anthropology
applied anthropology
increased equity
development anthropology
overinnovation
Using anthropology to solve contemporary problems
Reduction in absolute poverty, with a more even distribution…
Field that examines the sociocultural dimensions of economic…
Trying to achieve too much change
applied anthropology
Using anthropology to solve contemporary problems
increased equity
Reduction in absolute poverty, with a more even distribution…
124 terms
Anthro 100- Cultural Anthropology (Section 3)
culture
culture shock
detached observer
ethnocentrism
knowledge that is learned, shared, and used by people to inte…
a form of anxiety that results from an inability to predict t…
a researcher who adapts the strategy of detached observation,…
a mix of belief and feeling that one's own way of life is des…
culture
knowledge that is learned, shared, and used by people to inte…
culture shock
a form of anxiety that results from an inability to predict t…
Anthro. Exam 2 - Methods in Cultural Anthropology
Ethnographic Fieldwork
Ethnography
Ethnographer
Two approaches for understanding local…
- the most basic method in cultural anthro.... - an extended per…
- The research product based on the ethnographic fieldwork... -…
The cultural anthropologist doing the fieldwork
1. Emic Approach... 2. Etic Approach
Ethnographic Fieldwork
- the most basic method in cultural anthro.... - an extended per…
Ethnography
- The research product based on the ethnographic fieldwork... -…
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Cultural Anthro - Ch 14 - Applying Anthropology
Changing objectives of Anthropology
Anthro and education
Urban anthro
Marketing and Business and anthro
Before - understand and describe other societies... Now - have s…
Shape ed strategies in multicultural settings... Contribute to p…
Research on specific city populations -> policy insights rele…
Ethnographic research is super useful... (how to sell X to Y con…
Changing objectives of Anthropology
Before - understand and describe other societies... Now - have s…
Anthro and education
Shape ed strategies in multicultural settings... Contribute to p…
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Anthro 3: Intro to Cultural Anthropology W1
Culture is..... (6)
ethnocentrism
SUBFIELDS OF ANTHROPOLOGY (3)
Ethnography
LEARNED (nurture not nature)... SOCIALLY FORMED (through interac…
valuing own culture above others
Archaeology: study of (pre)historic ways of life through mate…
Participant observation... summary description of findings
Culture is..... (6)
LEARNED (nurture not nature)... SOCIALLY FORMED (through interac…
ethnocentrism
valuing own culture above others
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Anthro ch. 3- Doing cultural anthropology
Tylor and Morgan (Sir Edward Burnett T…
Progressive
Franz Boas
Participant observation
The first scholars who called themselves anthropologists work…
In the early years of anthropology, the prevailing view was t…
Insisted that grasping the whole of a culture could be achiev…
Fieldwork technique that involves gathering cultural data by…
Tylor and Morgan (Sir Edward Burnett T…
The first scholars who called themselves anthropologists work…
Progressive
In the early years of anthropology, the prevailing view was t…
50 terms
Anthro 201 Cultural Anthropology Test 1
The tendency to apply one's own cultur…
an anthropological approach that conta…
anthropology in the US is usually divi…
development of cultural theories throu…
ethnocentrism
cultural relativism
paleontology
ethnology
The tendency to apply one's own cultur…
ethnocentrism
an anthropological approach that conta…
cultural relativism
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Anthro 201: Cultural Anthropology Test 2
In unilineal descent systems..
When discussing economic exchange in m…
Large extended-family residential patt…
Bilineal descent systems...
some "blood" (consangunial) relatives are excluded from your…
a gift to the bride's family from the groom's family
agricultural mode
are found to be less common worldwide than unilinear descent…
In unilineal descent systems..
some "blood" (consangunial) relatives are excluded from your…
When discussing economic exchange in m…
a gift to the bride's family from the groom's family
Anthro & World Probs: Methods and Approaches in Cultural Anthropology
Three main approaches in cultural anth…
Positivism
Reflexive
Multisited
Positivism, Reflexive, and Multisited
Follows scientific method, separates facts from values, and s…
critically thinking about the way one thinks, reflecting one'…
Situating cultural knowledge in relation to the global context,
Three main approaches in cultural anth…
Positivism, Reflexive, and Multisited
Positivism
Follows scientific method, separates facts from values, and s…
50 terms
Anthro 201 Cultural Anthropology Test 1
The tendency to apply one's own cultur…
an anthropological approach that conta…
anthropology in the US is usually divi…
development of cultural theories throu…
ethnocentrism
cultural relativism
paleontology
ethnology
The tendency to apply one's own cultur…
ethnocentrism
an anthropological approach that conta…
cultural relativism
Cultural Anthropology Test 1 Anthro Dudes
Herbert Spencer
Edward Tylor
Lewis Henry Morgan
Frans Boas
Social Darwinsim, Survival of the Fittest
Studied Religions
Studied the Family Structure
Historical Particularism... NW Coast of Canada, Kwakiutl, Cultur…
Herbert Spencer
Social Darwinsim, Survival of the Fittest
Edward Tylor
Studied Religions
19 terms
Anthro 110: Primary Methods in Cultural Anthropology
Ethnographic research
Core Method
Interviewing
Field Notes
FIELDWORK
Participant Observation
Informal and Informal... Unstructured, Semistructured and Struct…
recordings (audio/photos/video)
Ethnographic research
FIELDWORK
Core Method
Participant Observation
80 terms
Cultural Anthropology Unite Anthro 100 Uw Madison
The 3 Definitions of Culture
culture shock
Naive realism
cultural relativism
1. learned behaviors & symbols that allow people to live in g…
the feeling of disorientation experienced by someone who is s…
the belief that everyone sees the world the same way
the idea that cultures should be analyzed with reference to t…
The 3 Definitions of Culture
1. learned behaviors & symbols that allow people to live in g…
culture shock
the feeling of disorientation experienced by someone who is s…
Cultural Anthropology Unit Anthro 100 Uw Madison
The 3 Definitions of Culture
culture shock
Naive realism
cultural relativism
1. learned behaviors & symbols that allow people to live in g…
the feeling of disorientation experienced by someone who is s…
the belief that everyone sees the world the same way
the idea that cultures should be analyzed with reference to t…
The 3 Definitions of Culture
1. learned behaviors & symbols that allow people to live in g…
culture shock
the feeling of disorientation experienced by someone who is s…
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Anthro: Section 2. The origins of cultural anthropology
Culture (2)
Culture vs. Society
Culture vs. Nature
Cultural Relativism
Concept difficult to define.... Edward Tylor (1st def): cultur…
Society = *a group of people who share and live in a certain…
A complex debate... Anthropologist: nurture > nature... Nature:…
Pioneered by Franz Boas... 1) *"Any culture phenomenon (belief,…
Culture (2)
Concept difficult to define.... Edward Tylor (1st def): cultur…
Culture vs. Society
Society = *a group of people who share and live in a certain…
Anthro Exam 4: Methods & Theory in Cultural Anthropology
What is the most commonly used method…
What is cultural relativism?
What is ethnocentrism? Can you think o…
-What is applied anthropology? Be able…
ethnographic fieldwork
-looking at other cultures and suspending judgement... -understa…
-the belief that one's own culture is superior to all others…
-also known as "practicing anthropology"... -the analysis and so…
What is the most commonly used method…
ethnographic fieldwork
What is cultural relativism?
-looking at other cultures and suspending judgement... -understa…
41 terms
Anthro - Chapter 1/2 - Anthropology and Culture
Anthropology
Ethnocentrism
Ethnographic fieldwork
Four-field approach
The study of the full scope of human diversity, past and pres…
The belief that one's own culture or way of life is normal an…
A primary research strategy in cultural anthropology involvin…
The use of four interrelated disciplines to study humanity: p…
Anthropology
The study of the full scope of human diversity, past and pres…
Ethnocentrism
The belief that one's own culture or way of life is normal an…
24 terms
Chapter 1 Anthro (Anthropology and the Study of Culture)
Anthropology
Biological anthropology
Archaeology
Linguistic anthropology
The study of humanity, including its prehistoric origins and…
The study of humans as biological organisms, including evolut…
The study of past human cultures through their material remains
The study of human communication including its origins, histo…
Anthropology
The study of humanity, including its prehistoric origins and…
Biological anthropology
The study of humans as biological organisms, including evolut…
10 terms
Anthro: Section 1. Anthropology and the Concept of Culture
Anthropology
Cultural Anthropology
Culture
Ethnocentrism
The study of humans ... "The systematic study of humans, includi…
A discipline and way of life that studies the world's diverse…
"The patterns of economy, social organization, and belief tha…
"The assumption that one's own group's lifestyle, values, and…
Anthropology
The study of humans ... "The systematic study of humans, includi…
Cultural Anthropology
A discipline and way of life that studies the world's diverse…
68 terms
Anthro 104 Midterm - Anthropology, Culture, Fieldwork and Ethnography
Social network analysis
Field notes
Mapping
Built environment
A method for examining relationships in a community, often co…
The anthropologist's written observations and reflections on…
The analysis of the physical and/or geographic space where fi…
The intentionally designed features of human settlement, incl…
Social network analysis
A method for examining relationships in a community, often co…
Field notes
The anthropologist's written observations and reflections on…
54 terms
Cultural Anthropology Final II (ANTHRO 201 UofL)
Holistic
Four Key Characteristics of Anthropology
Comparative
Field-Based
Integrative/ Organic
Holistic, Comparative, Field-Based, Evolutionary
Uses evidence from the widest possibilities of society
Data is collected directly from your interest
Holistic
Integrative/ Organic
Four Key Characteristics of Anthropology
Holistic, Comparative, Field-Based, Evolutionary
Cultural Anthropology
Anthropology
Holistic Perspective
Four Fields of Anthropology
Ethnocentrism
Is the study of humankind in all times and places.
A fundamental principle of anthropology: The various parts of…
Physical Anthropology (Biology)... Archaeology (humans in the pa…
The belief that the ways of which one's own culture are the o…
Anthropology
Is the study of humankind in all times and places.
Holistic Perspective
A fundamental principle of anthropology: The various parts of…
60 terms
Cultural Anthropology
Nuclear
Composite
Extended
Kinship
Between husband and wife
Nuclear families linked by a common spouse
family based on blood relations extending over three or more…
relationship bases on blood ties through marriage
Nuclear
Between husband and wife
Composite
Nuclear families linked by a common spouse
13 terms
Anthro Exam- Types of Anthropology
Polynology
Palentology
Biomedical Anthropology
Molecular Bioanthropology
The study of Pollen and other spores found especially in Arch…
The study of the fossils of plants and animals
a combination of biological and medical anthropology that foc…
Deals with the study of genetics and the discovery of new pop…
Polynology
The study of Pollen and other spores found especially in Arch…
Palentology
The study of the fossils of plants and animals
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Cultural Anthro
Cultural Anthropology
Qualitative Analysis
Quantitative Analysis
Anthropology
The study of humans, language, traditions & religions, behavi…
research that doesn't have numeric data, interviews, open-end…
uses numerical data,
The study of Humans living with people and their cultures
Cultural Anthropology
The study of humans, language, traditions & religions, behavi…
Qualitative Analysis
research that doesn't have numeric data, interviews, open-end…
75 terms
Cultural Anthropology
Anthropology
Holistic Perspective
Four Fields of Anthropology
Ethnocentrism
Is the study of humankind in all times and places.
A fundamental principle of anthropology: The various parts of…
Physical Anthropology (Biology)... Archaeology (humans in the pa…
The belief that the ways of which one's own culture are the o…
Anthropology
Is the study of humankind in all times and places.
Holistic Perspective
A fundamental principle of anthropology: The various parts of…
112 terms
Cultural Anthro
adolescence
berdache
couvade
cultural broker
culturally defined period of maturation from the time of pube…
"third gender" category, usually someone who is biologically…
customary behaviour of fathers that may occur during and shor…
a person familiar practices in more than one culture who can…
adolescence
culturally defined period of maturation from the time of pube…
berdache
"third gender" category, usually someone who is biologically…
55 terms
cultural anthropology
Ethnology
Ethnography
Academic medical anthropology
Applied medical anthropology
compares and analyzes the characteristics of different people…
the study of single groups through direct contact with the cu…
looks at how diseases and illnesses defined, experienced, and…
improving health care delivery, often biomedical methods and…
Ethnology
compares and analyzes the characteristics of different people…
Ethnography
the study of single groups through direct contact with the cu…
107 terms
cultural anthropology
anthropology
applied anthropology
archaeology
biological anthropology
the study of human beings, their biology, their pre-prehistor…
anthropological research commissioned to serve an organizatio…
the study of past cultures, by excavating sites where people…
focuses on the biological aspects of the human species, past…
anthropology
the study of human beings, their biology, their pre-prehistor…
applied anthropology
anthropological research commissioned to serve an organizatio…
144 terms
Cultural Anthro
anthropology
anthropology
physical/biological anthropology
linguistic anthropology
the exploration of human diversity in time and space
studies the whole of the human condition (past, present, futu…
the study of human and primate evolution and physiological ad…
the study of language and it's social and cultural context
anthropology
the exploration of human diversity in time and space
anthropology
studies the whole of the human condition (past, present, futu…
94 terms
Cultural Anthropology
anthropology
four fields in the academic applicatio…
holistic perspective
applied anthropology
Study of humanity, from its evolutionary origins millions of…
Cultural; Linguistic; Archaeology; Biological (physical)
A fundamental principle of anthropology: The various parts of…
uses anthropological knowledge in the public world beyond the…
anthropology
Study of humanity, from its evolutionary origins millions of…
four fields in the academic applicatio…
Cultural; Linguistic; Archaeology; Biological (physical)
23 terms
Anthro Chapter 1: Anthropology
What is Anthropology?
Anthropology: origins
Anthropology as an extreme science
Anthropology and the Natural Sciences
-Kottak: the study of the human species and its immediate anc…
"science of the natural history of man," 1593, coined from Gr…
-zoology, sociology, history, geography, economics, psycholog…
-geology, zoology, biology especially important in archaeolog…
What is Anthropology?
-Kottak: the study of the human species and its immediate anc…
Anthropology: origins
"science of the natural history of man," 1593, coined from Gr…
27 terms
Anthro Ch 1- anthropology
anthropology
industrialization
evolution
empirical
the study of human beings, their biology, their prehistory an…
the economic process of shifting from an agricultural economy…
the adaptive changes organisms make across generations
verifiable through observation rather than through logic or t…
anthropology
the study of human beings, their biology, their prehistory an…
industrialization
the economic process of shifting from an agricultural economy…
29 terms
Cultural Anthro
Cultural Anthropology
Culture
Examples of culture and difference
Subculture
what us humans have in common and our similarities, but also…
a set of shared orientations and values that you can learn by…
food, clothing, hygiene, music, beauty, etc.
smaller group/culture within larger culture that has its own…
Cultural Anthropology
what us humans have in common and our similarities, but also…
Culture
a set of shared orientations and values that you can learn by…
50 terms
Cultural Anthropology
150 years
The study and analysis of different cu…
A perspective that produces theories a…
an ethnography
Although human beings always have been interested in other hu…
What is ethnology?
A "culture-bound" theory is _____.
A detailed description of a particular culture based on field…
150 years
Although human beings always have been interested in other hu…
The study and analysis of different cu…
What is ethnology?
95 terms
Cultural Anthro
Culture
Explicit Culture
Tacit Culture
Holistic Approach
learned and shared knowledge that people use to generate beha…
culture that people are consciously aware of and can talk abo…
cultural knowledge that people lack words for
approach viewing all parts; cannot be understood in isolation
Culture
learned and shared knowledge that people use to generate beha…
Explicit Culture
culture that people are consciously aware of and can talk abo…
66 terms
Cultural Anthropology
Modern World System
What did dominance in international tr…
capital
World System Theory
A world where nations are economically and politically indepe…
the capitalist world economy which started in the 15th century
wealth or resources invested in business, with the intent of…
argues that an identifiable social system based on wealth and…
Modern World System
A world where nations are economically and politically indepe…
What did dominance in international tr…
the capitalist world economy which started in the 15th century
68 terms
Cultural Anthro
Religion
Animism
Polytheism
Monotheism
A set of beliefs in supernatural forces that functions to pro…
The belief that people have souls or spirits in addition to p…
Multiple Gods, Pantheon
Singular God
Religion
A set of beliefs in supernatural forces that functions to pro…
Animism
The belief that people have souls or spirits in addition to p…
18 terms
Anthropology terms - Early Anthro/Colonialism
Early anthropology
Ethnography
Racism
Social darwinism
Developed in the efforts of Western civilization to better un…
Direct observation of a group of people by living near or amo…
Idea that non-Western people were inferior to Westerners, the…
Idea that non-Western people were destined to be Westernized…
Early anthropology
Developed in the efforts of Western civilization to better un…
Ethnography
Direct observation of a group of people by living near or amo…
58 terms
Cultural Anthropology
Holism
Emic
Etic
Culture
taking all that you can into account
insider viewpoint
Outside viewpoint
how human's organize themselves... Survey of the history of the…
Holism
taking all that you can into account
Emic
insider viewpoint
30 terms
Cultural Anthropology
Nature
Cultural Symbol
Unilineal Cultural Evolution
Growing Linguistic Diversity
The belief that cultural patterns are determined by our genet…
The handshake as a form of greeting in the United States is a…
The suggestion that all cultures progress through a similar s…
Which of the following is NOT a key dynamic of globalization?…
Nature
The belief that cultural patterns are determined by our genet…
Cultural Symbol
The handshake as a form of greeting in the United States is a…
51 terms
ANT2410 Cultural Anthro
Code switching is defined as:
The author suggests each of the follow…
Anthropologists who emphasize how cult…
The archaeological record shows eviden…
alternating back and forth between more than one linguistic v…
...
sociolinguistics
100,000
Code switching is defined as:
alternating back and forth between more than one linguistic v…
The author suggests each of the follow…
...
Cultural Anthropology
Australopithecus
Cultural Anthropology
ethnography
holistic perspective
-genus from Africa living about 1 to 4.2 million years ago... -…
subfield that focuses on human behavior, thought, and feelings
a detailed description of a particular culture primarily base…
the various parts of human culture and biology must be viewed…
Australopithecus
-genus from Africa living about 1 to 4.2 million years ago... -…
Cultural Anthropology
subfield that focuses on human behavior, thought, and feelings
40 terms
Cultural Anthropology
Instincts
Reflex
Social Animals
Society
Biologically inherited patterns of complex behavior (Humans a…
Involuntary response such as grasping or sucking.
Depending on learned behavior to survive, working in groups,…
Where humans live and work.
Instincts
Biologically inherited patterns of complex behavior (Humans a…
Reflex
Involuntary response such as grasping or sucking.
23 terms
cultural anthropology
Globalization
Culture
use value
exchange value
An economy with capacity to work in real time on a global scale
the way analogies are drawn between things in the way certain…
Things in our life that serve as a human need
Value becomes visible as exchange value when commodities conf…
Globalization
An economy with capacity to work in real time on a global scale
Culture
the way analogies are drawn between things in the way certain…
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