Biocultural approach (1) Humans are a result of a combination of inherited (biological) traits and cultural (learned) traits. vii. Ethnological Soc., v 7 pt2: Ojibwa Texts (William Jones) 1919 NY Graphic Free UMichigan Amer Ethnological Society Publ of the Amer. Interdisciplinary science (1) Utilizes theories and methods from a wide variety of other fields 4. What Is So Different about Humans from Other Animals?: The Six Steps to Humanness a. Humans differ from other animals in several important ways. i. Bipedalism (1) Defined as walking on two feet ii. Theories can be modified by new evidence. e. If a theory proves absolutely true, it becomes scientific law. i. Examples: gravity, thermodynamics, and motion.
Linguistic anthropology (1) Studies the construction and use of language by human Societies (2) Language defined as a set of written or spoken symbols that refer to things iv. Data are used to test hypotheses. (1) Hypotheses explain, predict, and can be refuted. c. This process is called the scientific method. i. A way of knowing the world around us through observation ii.
Ethnological Soc., v13: Yuchi Tales (Gunter Wagner) 1931 Leyden Graphic Free UMichigan Amer Ethnological Society Publ of the Amer. Each person is a product of an individual life history. (1) Combination of genetics and environment (including social and cultural factors) 3. What Do Physical Anthropologists Do? a. Physical anthropologists have different research foci. i. Study of living people ii. Attempts to answer questions surrounding central tenet: What does it mean to be human? v. Application of anthropology to societal issues or concerns (1) Forensic anthropology vi. Empirical, or based on observation d. Theory is developed through the process of the scientific method. i. Theories are explanations of the way things work. ii.
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