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Review for Anthropology Quarter Exam on Wednesday 4/11. Physical Anthropology: Terms: Pentadactyl Vertebrate Bipedal Prehensile Ability Mutation Genetic Drift Gene Flow Gene Pool Key Concepts : Taxonomy of Humans and Primates Benefits of Primatology Out of Africa “Real Eve” Model

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Review for anthropology quarter exam on wednesday 4 11
Review for Anthropology Quarter Exam on Wednesday 4/11

  • Physical Anthropology:

  • Terms:

  • Pentadactyl

  • Vertebrate

  • Bipedal

  • Prehensile Ability

  • Mutation

  • Genetic Drift

  • Gene Flow

  • Gene Pool

  • Key Concepts:

  • Taxonomy of Humans and Primates

  • Benefits of Primatology

  • Out of Africa “Real Eve” Model

  • The Kitzmiller v. Dover court case

  • People:

  • Charles Darwin

  • Jean Baptiste de Lamarck

  • Harry Harlow

  • Cultural Anthropology:

  • Terms:

  • Cultural Diffusion

  • Acculturation

  • Innovation

  • Cultural Relativism

  • Ethnocentrism

  • Cultural Universals

  • Social Institutions

  • Matrilocal, Patrilocal, Neolocal

  • Matriarchy, patriarchy, egalitarian

  • Nuclear vs. Extended Family

  • Norms

  • Folkways

  • Mores

  • Taboos

  • Values

  • Be able to compare and contrast the cultures studied in class. (USE THE CHART!!!)

  • Understand and evaluate the research of Napoleon Chagnon and Ken Good.


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