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Study Guide   #4        Anthropolog&100                  Fall 13

 

LECTURE:

 

Cultural Anthropology

 

Culture

 

Field work

 

Yanomamo

 

Chagnon

 

Participant Observation

 

Holistic

 

Ethnocentrism

 

Cultural Relativity

 

Ethnography

 

“Thick” Description

 

Ethnology

 

Food Procurement

 

Energy Capture

 

Hunters and Gatherers

 

Pastoralists

 

Horticulturalists

 

Intensive Agriculturalists

 

Industrial Agriculturalists

 

Religion

 

Animist

 

Shamanistic

 

Ethics

 

Myths

 

Life Cycle

 

Birth

 

Early Childhood

 

Youth

 

Young Adult

 

Adult

 

Old Age (Elder)

 

Death

 

Kinship

 

Kinship Systems

 

Marriage

 

Endogamous

 

Exogamous

 

Matrilineal

 

Patrilineal

 

Leadership

 

Band

 

Chief

 

King

 

Emperor

 

Gender Roles


Cross Cultural Studies

Cross Cultural Psychology

Ethnobotany

Cross Cultural Medicine

 

Evolution

 

Human Form

 

Culture

 

TEXT:

 

Ch 7:  Domestication


Ecological Niche


Niche Construction


Agriculture


Sedentism


Broad-Spectrum Foraging


Social Stratification


Neolithic


Egalitarian Social Relations


Social Stratification


Surplus Production


Occupational Specialization


Class


Complex Society


Monumental Architecture


Grave Goods


Bloodwealth (AKA Bloodprice)


Ch. 8: Culture


Symbol


Holism


Ethnocentrism


Cultural Relativism


Fieldwork


Participant-Observation


Reflexivity


Culture Shock


Fact


Ch 10:


Play


Metacommunication


Framing


Art


Myths


Orthodoxy


Ritual


Rite of Passage


Liminality


Communitas


Religion


Shaman


Priest


Witchcraft


Magic


Oracles


Nativism


Ch 11:


Social Organization


Economic Anthropology


Institutions


Capitalism


Status


Gift Exchanges


Commodity Exchange


Modes of Exchange


Reciprocity


Redistribution


Market Exchange


Labor


Mode of Production


Means of Production


Relations of Production


Classes


Consumption


Affluence


Ch 12: (Skim)


Power


Political Anthropology


Free Agency


Ideology


Domination


Hegemony


Governmentality


Ch 13: (READ!)


Relatedness


Kinship Systems


Marriage


Decent Adoption


Sex


Gender


Bilateral Decent


Lineages


Patrilineage


Matrilineage


Clan


Bridewealth


Affinity


Collaterality


Bifurcation


Parallel Cousins


Cross Cousins


Ascribed Status


Achieved Status


Affinal Relationships


Consanguineal Relationships


Endogamy


Exogamy


Monogamy


Polygamy


Polygyny


Polyandry


Dowry


Family


Nuclear Family


Extended Family


Joint Family


Blended Family


Friendship


Sexual Practices


Ch 14: Skim


Structural Violence


Class


clientage


Caste


Race


Racism


Colorism


Ethnicity


Ethnic Groups


Naturalizing Discourses


Ch 15: Skim


Globalization


Diaspora


Human Rights


Multiculturalism


Cultural Imperialism