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Defines the most important aspects of various forms of anthropology, including archeology, cultural and biological anthropology. For students studying anthropology; most helpful for those in introductory anthropology.
6-page laminated guide includes: - Archeology common methods dating types pottery tool making transitional periods civilizations theories; evolution of civilizations - Cultural Anthropology culture language enculturation subsistence family & kinship marriage economics art non-kin groups political organization religion culture change - Biological Anthropology Mendelian genetics molecular biology & genetics primatology paleoanthropology human evolution theories of modern human
This 6-page laminated guide defines the most important aspects of various forms of Anthropology including: archeology, cultural and biological anthropology. This guide is for anyone looking to expand their knowledge in anthropology. Includes cultural anthropology, dating types, pottery, tool making, family and kinship and much more!