The archaeology of colonization in cross-cultural perspective, school of american research advanced seminar ms joyce, rosemary 2000 gender and power in prehispanic mesoamerica. Cross-cultural perspectives although thin bodies are the ideal in america today, this is not always the case in other parts of the world in some countries larger bodies are actually preferred because they are symbols of wealth, power, and fertility. The culture and politics of food in cross-cultural perspective with an emphasis on holism (the political, social, and environmental vectors of food systems), identity, and social movements course information: prerequisite(s): anth 101. Cross-cultural perspective 4 anth 460 economic anthropology 4 anth 355 urban anthropology 4 anth 371 cross-cultural research on urban gangs 4 anth 410ab ethnographic field methods and practicum 4-4 anth 311 old world archaeology 4 clas 323 aegean archaeology 4. Archaeology and anthropology are intriguing and wide ranging subjects, which provide cross-cultural, comparative perspectives on the world, both past and present this can be a very enriching experience and most of us who take these subjects enjoy the slightly exotic and alternative experiences of digs, travel and fieldwork as well as a quirky.
Focuses on developments in psychological anthropology, cross-cultural psychology special attention on cognition, perception, socialization, personality assessment, psycho-cultural change, psycho-linguistics, psychometrics, within cross-cultural contexts. Cross cultural perspectives fred (bo) hampton eth 316 january 30, 2012 chuck thompson cross cultural perspectives the nike corporation is a well known global organization from the very beginning the company has turned to other countries as a means of cheap labor. Using a global, cross-cultural perspective, patterns of family life, economic and political activities, religious beliefs, and the ways in which cultures change are examined meets international perspectives requirement.
Discussions will include the political and moral issues entangled in cultural heritage preservation, biases inherent in the archaeology of divided places, the use of archaeology to legitimize division, and ethics of archaeological research of places of conflict. Anth200 world archaeology (3 semester hours) examining cross-cultural, global, comparative, and critical perspectives on human behavior and culture, as well as the diversity of human cultures from hunter-gatherers to industrialized city dwellers the implications of socio. Anthropological perspectives on the relation of language and culture including social use of language, language as behavior, and non-verbal communication anth 2305: world archaeology (formerly anth 3371. Cambridge world archaeology is addressed to students and professional archaeologists, and to academics in related disciplines each book presents a survey of the archaeology of a region of the world, providing an up-to-date account of research, and integrating recent findings with new concerns regarding interpretation. Gender roles in a cross-cultural perspective this ocm subject is used to index discussions of gender-specific values, behavior, roles, relationships, and activities and the extent to which the values, etc are exclusive to each gender and that are not covered elsewhere.
Cross-cultural icons: certain similar icons exists in the ruins of the world’s most ancient cultures the following is one that is now recognised to have extraordinary parallels around the ancient world suggesting the presence of a prehistoric culture with a world-wide presence. Kept alive their culture in one of the world’s most arid deserts 6 the chinchorro culture: a comparative perspective the archaeology of the earliest human mummification issues related to the chinchorro in a cross–cultural manner. Anth 101: quiz 1 (midterm prep) online quiz for midterm prep study play ethnography, ethnology, and cultural anthropology b archaeology, biological anthropology, applied linguistics, and applied anthropology c biological anthropology, linguistic anthropology, cultural anthropology, and archaeology cross-cultural perspective to the. E anthropology offers a comparative, cross-cultural perspective to the study of the human condition e studies human biological, cultural and linguistic variation across both time and space anthropology is a holistic discipline in that it.
As the world becomes globalized, psychologists more frequently encounter ethical dilemmas based on differences in worldviews enlightened globalization may lead to greater harmony, while unilateral globalization by dominant cultures will not this chapter presents practical examples for psychologists of culture-based ethical dilemmas around such themes as respect, competency, professional. Get this from a library gender in cross-cultural perspective [caroline brettell carolyn f sargent] -- this reader introduces students/readers to the most significant topics in the field of anthropology of genderdrawing not only from classic sources, but also from the most recent, diverse literature. Ethnoarchaeology is a research technique that involves using information from living cultures—in the form of ethnology, ethnography, ethnohistory, and experimental archaeology—to understand patterns found at an archaeological site an ethnoarchaeologist acquires evidence about ongoing activities. Archaeology all titles cultural studies all titles general film studies transitions and transformations cultural perspectives on aging and the life course it provides an invaluable cross-cultural perspective that emphasizes how the life course is framed within a cultural context and how cultures change over time. Archaeology, anthropology, and interstellar communication / edited by douglas a vakoch a cross-cultural perspective douglas raybeck 143 chapter 10: culture and communication about the enchanted world of oz 1 if a radio signal is detected in a modern seti experiment, we could well.
This course employs a biocultural approach that explores evolutionary perspectives on anatomy and physiology, biocultural perspectives on modern birth, and cross-cultural analyses of birthing practices worldwide. Archaeology has a perspective complementing those drawn from many elements of post-colonial feb 26 cross-cultural comparisons 1 world archaeology 28(3):370-92 kelly, kenneth g, 1997, the archaeology of african-european interaction. This course explores the bio-cultural basis of health and cross-cultural variation in illness and healing which includes theoretical bases of medical anthropology, comparative health care systems, and social, political, and economic issues related to health care delivery.
Cross-cultural perspectives on music and musicality sandra e trehub, judith becker, iain and everywhere in relation to ritual all peoples of the world sing, an activity recognized on the basis of context or by cultural consensus as different from speech 2013 a cross-cultural perspective on the significance of music and dance to. Emic and etic approaches are important to understanding personality because problems can arise “when concepts, measures, and methods are carelessly transferred to other cultures in attempts to make cross- cultural generalizations about personality.