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General Anthropology
Procedures by which enthnographers discover and record connections of kinship, descent, and marrriage, using diagrams and symbols
KDM
Cultural Anthropologists (Socialcultural anthropologist)
A student of social life and culture, a practioner of cultureal antrhopology, whether ethnology or entnography
Ethnography
Field work in a particular culture
Ethnology
The theoretical, comparative study of society and culture; compares culture in time and space.
Hominds
Members of zoological family that includes fossil and ling humans
Adaptation
The processs by which organisms cope with envionmental stresses.
Biological Anthropology
Looks at human evolution and modern biological variation
Archaeological Antropology
The study of ancietn civilizations and peoples
Linguistics
The study of language and the many ways that humans communicate.
Cultural Antrhopology
Called Social Anthropology. The study of modern human traitions, customs, and worldviews.
Health Care Systems
Beliefs, customs, and specialists concerned with ensureing health and preventing and curing illness; a cultural universal
Curer
Specialized role acquired through a culturally appropriate process of selection, training, certification, and acquistion of a profession imagel the curere is consulted by patients, who believe in his or her special pwoers, and receives some form of special consideration; a cultural universal
Scientific Medicine
As distinguished from Western medicine, a health care system based on scientific knowledge and procedures, encompassing such fields as pathology, microbiology, biochemistry, surgery, diagnostic techology, and appliations.
Culture
Traditions and customs that goern behavior and belief; distinctly human; transmitted through learning
Medical Anthropology
Unites biological and cultural anthropologists in the study of disease, health problems, health care systems, and theories about illness in different cultures and ethnic groups
Disease
An etic or scientifically identified health threat caused by a bacterium, virun, fungus, parasite or other pathogen
Anthropology and Education
Antrhopological research in classroooms, homes, and neighborhoods, viewing students as total cultural creatures who encultration and attitudes towards education belong to a larger context that includes family, peers, and society.
General Anthropology
Procedures by which enthnographers discover and record connections of kinship, descent, and marrriage, using diagrams and symbols
KDM
Cultural Anthropologists (Socialcultural anthropologist)
A student of social life and culture, a practioner of cultureal antrhopology, whether ethnology or entnography
Ethnography
Field work in a particular culture
Ethnology
The theoretical, comparative study of society and culture; compares culture in time and space.
Hominds
Members of zoological family that includes fossil and ling humans
Adaptation
The processs by which organisms cope with envionmental stresses.
Biological Anthropology
Looks at human evolution and modern biological variation
Archaeological Antropology
The study of ancietn civilizations and peoples
Linguistics
The study of language and the many ways that humans communicate.
Cultural Antrhopology
Called Social Anthropology. The study of modern human traitions, customs, and worldviews.