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What makes a human?
Use of language for communication rather than actions
Use of tools
Socially learning behaviours
Who are the closest living relatives to humans?
Gorillas and mandrills
Chimps and bonobos
Gibbons and macaques
Orangutans and bonobos
What is anthropology?
Study of humans
Study of human culture/biology
Study of humans in all places and times
All of the above
Just A and B
What is culture?
Customs and traditions
Learning from one another
Participating in social groups
Culture is learned
______ cultures emphasize the needs and goals of the group as a whole over the needs and desires of each individual
What are the four branches of anthropology?
_________ is the practice of living in a culture to study it through experience
Immersion is an example of ________________ research
What are some key elements of the anthropological perspective?
What best describes holistic research?
Descriptive over statistical data
Compare different categories of data
viewing aspects of human culture as interrelated
Always answering questions
Who created the idea of cultural relativism?
Lewis Henry Morgan
What was the most common kind of anthropology in the late 1800s to early 1900s?
________ __________ is the idea that all cultures are equally valid and that culture can only be understood and interpreted in its own context
What are the tiers of the unilinear theory?