What do Anthropologists study? #1
What do Anthropologists study? #2
What type of anthropology focus' on things like Bubonic plague and AIDS?
The thinking and communication patterns of primates from our evolutionary past.
The discovery of clues in physical injurys.
The connections among languages, the brain, and cultural behaviour.
The excavation and study of human constructions, ex: weapons, clothing.
Analyzes and compares human cultures, as in social structure, language, religion, and technology.
How many principles are there that define Christian Anthropology?
In general, what are the first 3 Christian Anthropology principles about?
In general, what are principle # 4, 5, and 6 about in Christian Anthropology?
In general, what are principle # 7, 8, and 9 about in Christian Anthropology?
break it down
previous generations of your family
happening before death
study of human races
object made by people of the past
group of people living in a new place
scientist that studies past human life
to uncover by digging away
using scientific methods to solve crimes
to shine brightly
to float without moving from the spot
form an answer based on evidence
to become greatly intrested about something
the study of the structure and function of bones
a covering over a dead body
happening after death
to protect something and keep normal
physical and mental strength that allows someone to do something for a long time
Studies the behaviours and anatomy of living primates
The trait of walking on two legs
The scientific study of the structure of human bones
Stage 2 of Rites of Passage 3 step process
Cultural anthropologist who studied Samoan culture
Study of past human life and culture by the recovery and examination of inorganic remains
The opposing theory to "Nurture"
Oldest known early humans to have possessed modern human-lie body proportions
Human _______________ is constantly changing
_________ language consists of facial expressions and gestures
Stage 3 of Rites of passage 3 step process
Family who discovered Lucy
The orignial location of a crime or accident
applies principles of disease and medicine to law
documents the crime scene in detail and collects any physical evidence
tests body fluids and tissues to determine the presence of drugs and poison
study of bullets and ammunition through the comparison of fired bullets, gunpowder patterns, ect. on people and objects
any physical location in which a crime has occured
anything that tends to establish or disprove a fact
statement of where a suspect was at the time of a crime scene
person thought to be capable of committing a crime
second person associated with committing a crime
an alternate location where additional evidence may be found
this type of evidence would be any witnessed accounts of a crime
this type of evidence would be any material items that are present at the crime scene ot on the victims
this evidence refers to any evidence that is found at a crime scene in small but measurable amounts
the application of science to the criminal and civil laws that are enforced by police agencies in a criminal justice system
studies human skeletal biology
you would use this type of search for larger areas
you would use this type of search for larger objects
you would use this type of search for the exact lay out of where objects are
type of search where people are given smaller areas from a larger area to search
the medical examination of a human body to determine cause of death
applies priciples of dental science to law
examines law for admissibility of evidence
a witness who does not testify as an expert witness
someone who testifies under the oath in the court of law
evidence written or oral assertion offered as proof in court
a witness who has more knowledge then the average person concerning the topic
information indicating if the proposition is true
the crime scene _______ is interview-examine-document-process
you have to have demensions, location of objects, a scale, a key, crime scene info, and compass on what type of sketch
what type of sketch is just the outline of where objects are
an organisms life has ended
_____ exchange principle says the perpetrator of a crime takes something and leaves something at a crime, which can be used as physical evidence
analyzes, compares, indentifies, and interprets physical evidence
_____ science applies principles of engineering to resolve legal issues, mostly civil law
Who is the proffesor of Forensic Medicine at the University of Edinburgh?
Who is a human rights activist and author?
Who is the director of the Forensic Pathology training program at the Southwestern Institute of Forensic Sciences?
Who invented the marsh test for detecting arsenic?
Who formulated the basic principle of forensic science?
Who collects and examines evidence present at crime scenes?
What is the interaction of the practice or study of psychology and the law?
_____________uses a variety of instruments to measure respiratory, sweat gland and cardiovascular responses to questions posed during an oral examination
They collect, test and analyze blood samples to help provide critical evidence of how a crime happened and who committed it
____________is a forensic specialist who is responsible for collecting and analyzing ballistics-related evidence, which includes firearms and ammunition
____________might treat assault victims, investigate crime scenes or provide health care in a correctional facility
____________ are scientific tests or techniques used in connection with the detection of crime
___________ is the is the investigation of materials, products, structures or components that fail or do not operate or function as intended, causing personal injury or damage to property
____________ is the use of toxicology and other disciplines such as analytical chemistry, pharmacology and clinical chemistry to aid medical or legal investigation of death, poisoning, and drug use
________ is the proper handling, examination and evaluation of dental evidence, which will be then presented in the interest of justice
____________is an activity that records the initial appearance of the crime scene and physical evidence, in order to provide a permanent record for the courts
__________involves applying skeletal analysis and techniques in archaeology to solving criminal cases
___________examines the location and shape of blood drops, stains, puddles, and pools
__________is pathology that focuses on determining the cause of death by examining a corpse
_________is the science of obtaining, processing, and communicating information about the composition and structure of matter
The study of culture of living people across the world.
The physical similarities and differences between different human populations.
the remains of bodies and bones as well as rocks.
The study of Primates (apes) and their behavior compared to human behavior
The way of living, customs and beliefs of a group of people during a specific period of time.
The idea that you cannot compare two cultures because each has its own rules.
The belief that one culture is better than another.
Every action, belief or relation in a culture serves a function to satisfy the needs of people in that culture.
The study of human language, how language affects and expresses culture.
To compare similarities and differences in language to understand how languages are related.
Study of how sounds are put together to make meaning.
Study of how people use language within culture to express status and context.
Organisms inherit their characteristics from their parents.
A socio-cultural construct that classifies humans based on physical traits but does not exist scientifically.
A chemical product that helps skin protect itself against UV rays which are responsible for skin pigmentation.
Study of the evolution of human species and of the diverse cultures that make up humanity.
rite of passage
the cooling of body temperature after death
when oxygen is deprived from body cells and they self digest
______ of death - immediate reason for death
cessation or end of life
the process of rotting and breaking down
forensic ______ - study of insects as they pertain to a crime scene investigation
the pooling of blood in tissues after death; cause discoloration
means by which someone died
____ of death - a specific body failure that leads to a person's death
the stiffening of the skeletal muscles shortly after death
post mortem examination
most common COD
study of origin, behavior, physical, social and cultural development of humans
The study of humankind both past and present
learned or traditional behavior by all members of a society
Diversity, history, Language
humankind past with physical evidence like tombs, landsites, etc.
study of non- western people
human evolution and physiological variation
learned & traditions behaviors #1
learned & traditions behaviors #2
learned & traditions behaviors #3
learned & traditions behaviors #4
What makes up culture?
stage of ritual where the person learns a new role
A culture within a larger culture
The study and comparison of the past and contemporary cultures
A great thinker that studied plant and animal life on the Galapagos Island
The study of the genetic differences between people and population to understand the differences in people
Stage of ritual where the person is separated from society
The in-depth description of one culture
Type of language that includes speaking and writing
Ceremonies that mark a persons' progress from one role, phase of life or social status to another
Type of language that includes body language, tone, image and proximity
A major evolutionary adaptation that gave us the ability to walk on two legs
A symbolic communication system that is learned
Every culture has its own set of ______ associated with different experiences and perception
The study where anthropologists excavate remains of past cultures to reconstruct and understand them
A system of shared beliefs, values, customs, behaviours and artifacts that help humans cope with the world and eachother
Stage of rituals where the person is re-admitted into society
The theory which states that plants and animals change/adapt to their environments in order to best survive
The study of the anatomy and the behaviours of living primates
The study of the origin, behaviour and the physical, social and cultural development of humans
Social activities that mark events and are traditional since they have been repeated over time
The idea that we understand a culture from the perspective of that culture rather than from our own culture
Evaluating a different culture using our own culture as a standard
Understanding the whole of a culture, not just its individual parts
The kind of research most often conducted by cultural anthropologists
The study of people
Anthropology field that studies evolution
Anthropology field that studies the things people leave behind
Anthropology field that is used in business and outside of academia?
Anthropology field that studies language?
Anthropology field that studies the ways in which people live
A disease outbreak that spreads across countries or continents