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    Anthropology and Sociology Study

    1. The sociological perspective, as a way of thinking about the world, includes the sociological imagination from C. Wright Mills, the beginner’s mind from Bernard McGrane, and the idea of culture shock from anthropology. Explain what all three of these concepts have in common. Response: All three of these concepts have in common are the […] More

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    Forensic Anthropology

    Review Questions 1. What are epiphyseal fusions? What can they tell a forensic anthropologist? – Epiphyseal fusion is the fusion, and/or the closing of the ends of “growth plates”, or at places like the clavicle, iliac crest, and the long bones in our arms and legs. 2. What is ethnobotany? Why is this area helpful […] More

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    Study Guide for Anthropology Exam

    GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY * Study of human kind, perspective of all people & all times * Full understanding of what it means “to be human” * Very diverse as a species BIOCULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY * Understanding relationship between biology and culture HOLISTIC * Referring to the whole system * Relating to or concerning the whole system rather […] More