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PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
JOURNAL
RESOURCES
CANADA
SKELETAL ANALYSIS
ONLINE
LINKS
SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY
CENTURY
CAREER
SCIENCES
HEAD HAIR
CULTURAL RELATIVISM
SCHOOL
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTHROPOLOGICAL
FORENSIC
UNITED STATES
INTEREST
AMERICAN
HUMAN
PUBLIC
USA
RELEVANCE
CATEGORY
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Anthropology"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Anthropology is the study of humanity, in the broadest sense. (Web site)
  2. Anthropology is a social science.
  3. Anthropology is a science of humankind.
  4. Anthropology is the study of human behavior.
  5. Anthropology is a career that embraces people of all kinds.

Physical Anthropology

  1. Physical anthropology diverges from other disciplines of biology by its focus. (Web site)
  2. Physical anthropology is the branch that concentrates on the biology and evolution of humanity. (Web site)
  3. Human evolution draws from broad scientific disciplines, most notably physical anthropology and genetics.

Journal

  1. Vernall, D. G. Study of the density of pigment granules in hair from four races of man, American Journal of Physical Anthropology (1964) 21:489-496.
  2. An electronic journal published by the Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology at the University of Arizona. (Web site)

Resources

  1. All are valuable resources for beginning and advanced students in sociocultural anthropology.
  2. Reviewed and categorized directory of resources on archaeology, anthropology, and ancient civilizations. (Web site)

Canada

  1. Dawson's support for anthropology created impetus for the profession in Canada.
  2. True anthropology began with a Government department: the Geological Survey of Canada, and George Mercer Dawson (director in 1895).
  3. The first academic position in anthropology at a Canadian university was awarded to Thomas McIlwraith at the University of Toronto in 1925.
  4. Published by the department of anthropology of the University of Laval, Québec, Canada. (Web site)

Skeletal Analysis

  1. Anthropology: Skeletal Analysis (h) Animal effects on human remains. (Web site)
  2. Anthropology: Skeletal Analysis (f) Bone pathology and ante-mortem trauma in forensic cases. (Web site)

Online

  1. Journal for Applied Anthropology Free online journal for anthropologists.
  2. The online edition of the Bulletin of Information on Computing and Anthropology (BICA). (Web site)

Links

  1. Anthropology Review Database (ARD) - Publishes reviews of all anthropological media and citations for reviews published elsewhere.
  2. In the UK and other countries, archaeology is a separate discipline in its own right, although it retains strong links with anthropology and history.
  3. This collection of links comes from the Anthropology Department of University of California at Santa Barbara.
  4. California Academy of Sciences Department of Anthropology - features online exhibits and collection database.
  5. Lists major electronic research resources in anthropology and provides links to selected important web sites. (Web site)

Social Anthropology

  1. Today, social anthropology in Britain engages internationally with many other social theories and has branched in many directions.
  2. The British Association for Social Anthropology has called certain scholarships ethically dangerous. (Web site)

Century

  1. Till the early 20th century anthropology was an elite science.
  2. Anthropology became an effective humanitarian technology of the 21st century. (Web site)
  3. This changed towards the end of the century, when a turn to evolutionist Darwinian theory and German nationalism drove German anthropology towards racialism. (Web site)

Career

  1. For further information on Careers in Anthropology, contact Careers.
  2. Your attendance today at this Anthropology Careers Day workshop is a great start in your career quest.

Sciences

  1. In the 1950s and mid-1960s anthropology tended increasingly to model itself after the natural sciences.
  2. Because it studies human biology in the context of human culture and behavior, physical anthropology is also a social science.
  3. Welcome to the Department of Anthropology in the College of Arts and Sciences at UNCW.
  4. Anthropology has origins in the natural sciences, the humanities, and the social sciences. (Web site)

Head Hair

  1. Boasian anthropology was politically active and suspicious of research dictated by the U.S. government and wealthy patrons.
  2. Trotter, M. Form, size, and color of head hair in American whites, American Journal of Physical Anthropology (1930) 14:434-445.
  3. Hausman, L. A. Comparative racial study of the structural elements of human head hair, American Journal of Physical Anthropology (1925) 59:529-538.

Cultural Relativism

  1. AnthroStudent - Send email to anthrostudent-on@mail-list.com APLA-L - Association for Political and Legal Anthropology.
  2. The philosophy of anthropology considers such issues as translation, the interpretation of magic and religious ritual, and cultural relativism. (Web site)
  3. Other political controversies come from the emphasis in American anthropology on cultural relativism and its long-standing dismissal of the concept of race.

School

  1. NKU also offers a law degree, and anthropology majors typically are quite successful in law school.
  2. Such questions are part of a folk anthropology practiced in school yards, office buildings and neighborhood cafes.
  3. Gary Larson, famous for his "Far Side" cartoons, took every college elective in science, including anthropology and archaeology.

Cultural Anthropology

  1. It has wide support in anthropology and has a majority following in cultural studies. (Web site)
  2. Cultural anthropology in the United States was influenced greatly by the ready availability of Native American societies as ethnographic subjects.
  3. Before WWII British 'social anthropology' and American 'cultural anthropology' were still distinct traditions.
  4. Scroll through a list of sites or take a shortcut to a category listing (such as Cultural Anthropology) or geographic area.

Anthropological

  1. Applying anthropology offers many opportunities to use anthropological perspectives and skills.
  2. Anthropology offers many lucrative applications of anthropological knowledge in a variety of occupational settings, in both the public and private sectors.

Forensic

  1. It is considered, in North America, to be one of the four sub-fields of anthropology.
  2. Forensic anthropology is the application of the science of physical anthropology to the legal process.
  3. Three online activities and three lesson plans introduce forensic medicine, anthropology, technology, and history.
  4. They may teach medical anthropology in university anthropology departments, medical and nursing schools and in community-based settings.
  5. Many anthropology organizations exit on short funds, with minimal staff to handle press requests. (Web site)

United States

  1. Franz Boas established academic anthropology in the United States in opposition to this sort of evolutionary perspective.
  2. In the United States, archaeology is one of four fields of anthropology, the scientific study of humanity as a whole.

Interest

  1. My research interests focus on urban anthropology and the anthropology of social policy.
  2. The common focus of anthropology that separates it from other academic disciplines, is culture. (Web site)
  3. My major interests in anthropology lie in prehistoric archaeology and in issues relative to the transformation of hierarchical societies.

American

  1. With the additional impact of the Great Depression and World War II, American anthropology developed a pronounced liberal-left tone by the 1950s.
  2. The publication of Alfred Kroeber 's textbook, Anthropology, marked a turning point in American anthropology.
  3. The journal of the Society for Humanistic Anthropology, a section of the American Anthropological Association. (Web site)
  4. More information on college and university anthropology can be found in the American Anthropological Association's AAA Guide, published yearly.

Human

  1. Anthropology can best be understood as an outgrowth of the Age of Enlightenment, a period when Europeans attempted systematically to study human behavior.
  2. Anthropology, then, is the study of human beings as cultural animals. (Web site)
  3. A third division, linguistic anthropology, studies the nature of human languages. (Web site)
  4. Modern anthropology is characterized by its breadth and diversity of approaches to the study of variability in human behavior. (Web site)
  5. Additional degrees (i.e., MA, Ph.D.) in relevant areas such as applied anthropology, cognitive psychology, human factors.

Public

  1. Expertise in ethics, inter-disciplinary approaches, material culture, public anthropology is desirable.
  2. Writing books for the public on anthropology topics is a great way to excite people about your fieldwork, dissertation, or idea. (Web site)

Usa

  1. Anthropologissts were recruited from England and the USA, setting the foundation for the unique Canadian style of anthropology.
  2. The Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology - Explore the diversity of human cultures from around the world. (Web site)
  3. The August 16, 2002 issue of USA Today ran a letter to to editor praising liberal arts subjects like anthropology.
  4. In particular, anthropology carries out unique examination in one of the modern and most tragic, urgent problems: racial and ethnic conflicts. (Web site)

Relevance

  1. By the 1970s the authors of volumes such as Reinventing Anthropology worried about anthropology's relevance.
  2. The Ur-list of Anthropological Web Resources - Compiled by Peter Biella, the Ur-List has a special emphasis on visual anthropology and media.
  3. Biocultural anthropology is a broad term used to describe syntheses of cultural and biological perspectives.
  4. Additional information on careers in anthropology is available from AAA.
  5. Anyone with a professional or scholarly interest in anthropology is invited to join.

Category

  1. This category is for stub articles relating to anthropology. (Web site)
  2. The Category of the Person: anthropology, philosophy, history.

Categories

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  3. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Nature > Life > Behavior
  4. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Information > Science
  5. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Thought > Cognition > Cognitive Science

Subcategories

Academic Disciplines (1)
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Human Geography (1)
Anthropological Linguistics
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Cultural Anthropology
Cultural Ecology
Ethnography
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