Type
Word Scramble
Description

Anthropology
Archaeology
bipedalism
culture
cultural anthropology
cultural materialism
cultural relativism
ethnocentrism
ethnology
heritability
hominin
human migration
human variation
informant
linguistic
paleoanthropology
primatology
race
rite of passage

Anthropology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What do Anthropologists study? #1 Physical Anthropology
What do Anthropologists study? #2 Cultural Anthropology
What type of anthropology focus' on things like Bubonic plague and AIDS? Biological
The thinking and communication patterns of primates from our evolutionary past. Primatology
The discovery of clues in physical injurys. Forensic Anthropology
The connections among languages, the brain, and cultural behaviour. Linguistics
The excavation and study of human constructions, ex: weapons, clothing. Archaeology
Analyzes and compares human cultures, as in social structure, language, religion, and technology. Ethnology
How many principles are there that define Christian Anthropology? Nine
In general, what are the first 3 Christian Anthropology principles about? To be human
In general, what are principle # 4, 5, and 6 about in Christian Anthropology? To live in a culture
In general, what are principle # 7, 8, and 9 about in Christian Anthropology? To be catholic

Physical and Cultural Anthropology Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Studies the behaviours and anatomy of living primates Primatology
The trait of walking on two legs Bipedalism
The scientific study of the structure of human bones Osteology
Charles Darwin Natural Selection
Australopithecus Afarensis Lucy
Stage 2 of Rites of Passage 3 step process Transition
Cultural anthropologist who studied Samoan culture Meed
Study of past human life and culture by the recovery and examination of inorganic remains Archaeology
The opposing theory to "Nurture" Nature
Homo Sapiens wise man
Homo Habilis Handy Man
Oldest known early humans to have possessed modern human-lie body proportions Homo Erectus
Human _______________ is constantly changing Culture
_________ language consists of facial expressions and gestures Body
Stage 3 of Rites of passage 3 step process Reintegration
Family who discovered Lucy Leaky

Anthropology Crossword

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Crossword
Description

The study of culture of living people across the world. Cultural Anthropology
The physical similarities and differences between different human populations. Human Variation
the remains of bodies and bones as well as rocks. paleoanthropology
The study of Primates (apes) and their behavior compared to human behavior primatology
The way of living, customs and beliefs of a group of people during a specific period of time. Culture
The idea that you cannot compare two cultures because each has its own rules. cultural relativism
The belief that one culture is better than another. Ethnocentrism
Every action, belief or relation in a culture serves a function to satisfy the needs of people in that culture. Cultural functionalism
The study of human language, how language affects and expresses culture. Linguistics
To compare similarities and differences in language to understand how languages are related. historical linguistics
Study of how sounds are put together to make meaning. structural linguistics
Study of how people use language within culture to express status and context. sociolinguistics
Organisms inherit their characteristics from their parents. hereditary
A socio-cultural construct that classifies humans based on physical traits but does not exist scientifically. Race
A chemical product that helps skin protect itself against UV rays which are responsible for skin pigmentation. Melanin
Study of the evolution of human species and of the diverse cultures that make up humanity. Anthropology

2021 World Anthropology Day Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
Description

The idea that we understand a culture from the perspective of that culture rather than from our own culture culturalrelativity
Evaluating a different culture using our own culture as a standard ethnocentrism
Understanding the whole of a culture, not just its individual parts holism
The kind of research most often conducted by cultural anthropologists ethnography
The study of people ethnology
Anthropology field that studies evolution biological
Anthropology field that studies the things people leave behind archaeology
Anthropology field that is used in business and outside of academia? applied
Anthropology field that studies language? linguistics
Anthropology field that studies the ways in which people live cultural
A disease outbreak that spreads across countries or continents pandemic

Anthropology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The study of humankind both past and present Anthropology
learned or traditional behavior by all members of a society Culture
Diversity, history, Language Linguistics
humankind past with physical evidence like tombs, landsites, etc. Archaeology
study of non- western people cultural anthropology
human evolution and physiological variation Physical anthropology
learned & traditions behaviors #1 Education
learned & traditions behaviors #2 Law
learned & traditions behaviors #3 religion
learned & traditions behaviors #4 Economy
What makes up culture? Social rules

Cultural Variation Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Two words-Viewing people's behavior from the perspective of their own culture. Cultural Relativism
Two words- To better understand cultural variation sociologists, pay attention to differences that exist both ____ and ____ societies. Withinbetween
Countercultures usually thrive among the ____. young
Specialized language used by members of a group or subculture. Argot
Norms deemed highly necessary to the welfare of a society. Mores
Something that is usual, typical, or standard. Norm
Americans who visit _____ may find it odd that rat meat is a local specialty. Cambodia
Two words- The differences in cultures exhibited around the world. Cultural Variation
A segment of society that shares a distinctive pattern of mores, folkways, and values that differs from the pattern of the larger society. Subculture
The tendency to assume that one's culture and way of life represent what's normal. Ethnocentrism
Sociologists study how cultural variation can be used to secure and enhance ____. Power
A subculture that deliberately opposes certain aspects of a larger culture. Counterculture
Two words-A set of cultural beliefs and practices that legitimates existing powerful social, economic, and political interests. Dominant Ideology
Two words-Feelings of disorientation, uncertainty, and fear that people experience when they encounter unfamiliar cultural practices. Culture shock
Everything humans create in establishing our relationships to nature and with each other. Culture

Anthropology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

stage of ritual where the person learns a new role Transition
A culture within a larger culture Subculture
The study and comparison of the past and contemporary cultures Ethnology
A great thinker that studied plant and animal life on the Galapagos Island Charles Darwin
The study of the genetic differences between people and population to understand the differences in people Human Variation
Stage of ritual where the person is separated from society Segregation
The in-depth description of one culture Ethnography
Type of language that includes speaking and writing Verbal
Ceremonies that mark a persons' progress from one role, phase of life or social status to another Ritesofpassage
Type of language that includes body language, tone, image and proximity nonverbal
A major evolutionary adaptation that gave us the ability to walk on two legs Bipedalism
A symbolic communication system that is learned Language
Every culture has its own set of ______ associated with different experiences and perception Symbols
The study where anthropologists excavate remains of past cultures to reconstruct and understand them Archaeology
A system of shared beliefs, values, customs, behaviours and artifacts that help humans cope with the world and eachother Culture
Stage of rituals where the person is re-admitted into society Reintegration
The theory which states that plants and animals change/adapt to their environments in order to best survive Natural selection
The study of the anatomy and the behaviours of living primates Primatology
The study of the origin, behaviour and the physical, social and cultural development of humans Anthropology
Social activities that mark events and are traditional since they have been repeated over time Rituals

vocabulary 1.2, 1.3, and 1.4 Crossword

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Crossword
Description

is information that comes directly from a person who experienced an event. primary sources
is an object made by a human being, such as a tool or a weapon. artifact
is information about an event that does not come from a person who experinced that event. secondary source
is an unfair preference for or dislike of something. bais
is the scientific study of ancient cultures through the examination of artifacts and other evidence. archaeology
is the study of human kind in all aspects, especially delevopement and culture. anthropology
is a community's cultral and historical background, passed down in spoken stories snd songs. oral tradition
who people affect their physical surrondings. human system
location of a place relative to another place. relative location
everything that exits in a particular enviroment. ecosystem
a mix of human and non-human features at a given location. place
area with at least one unifying physical or human feature such as a climate, landforms, population, or history. region
describes places exact postion on earth in terms of longtitude and latitude, imaginary lines drawn around earth to help geographers describe places. absolute location

Cultural Diversity Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

STEREOTYPING
SPIRITUALITY
SENSITIVITY
RELIGION
RACE
PREJUDICE
PERSONAL SPACE
PATRIARCHAL
NUCLEAR FAMILY
MATRIARCHAL
HOLISTIC CARE
EXTENDED FAMILY
ETHNOCENTRIC
ETHNICITY
CULTURE
CULTURAL DIVERSITY
CULTURAL ASSIMILATION
BIAS
ATHEIST
AGNOSTIC
ACCULTURATION

Culture Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A day set aside for remembering a person, an idea, or an event. HOLIDAY
A natural or human feature that marks a location. LANDMARK
A monument built to honor or remember a person, an idea, or an event. STATUE
A custom that is passed on to others TRADITION
Having many different cultures MULTICULTURAL
A group of people who have the same language, culture, and way of life. ETHNIC GROUP
Meaning different. DIVERSE
A way of doing something. CUSTOM
The number of people living in an area of a certain size, such as 1 square mile. POPULATION DENSITY
To move. MIGRATE
The unfair feeling of hate or dislike for people of a certain group, race, or religion. PREJUDICE
A chance to have a better way of life. OPPORTUNITY