Social Science

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Social Science
1 Culture
1.1 State
1.1.1 Mexican Regions Regionalism
1.1.2 Mexican Identity
1.1.3 Population Grow
1.2 Society
1.2.1 Man
1.2.2 Family Type of families Nuclear Extended Monogamy Polygamy Polyandry Polygyny
1.3 Cultural ecology
1.4 Cultural Identity
1.4.1 Acculturation
1.4.2 Enculturation
1.4.3 Ethnocentrisim
1.4.4 Otherness
1.4.5 Identity
1.4.6 Affinity
2 Anthropology
2.1 Sub Disiplines
2.1.1 Phisical Anthropology
2.1.2 Archeology
2.1.3 Anthropological linguistics
2.1.4 Cultural anthropology
2.2 Ethnography
2.2.1 Ethnographic techniques key Informants Conversation Observants Direct Observation Paticipant observation Investigations Team Investigation Longitudinal investigation Life Story
2.2.2 Emic
2.2.3 Etic
2.3 Theories
2.3.1 Evolucionist school
2.3.2 Historical particularism
2.3.3 diffusionism
2.3.4 Functionalism Structural Functionalism
2.3.5 Neoevolutionism
2.3.6 French structuralism
2.4 Stages of development
2.4.1 Description of other cultures and reflection on the transformation of their practices
2.4.2 Description of other cultures and reflection on the transformation of their practices
2.4.3 Search for scientific laws of the functioning of societies, from divergent approaches
2.5 Social group
3 I have learn in this semester, is that anthropology is not the science that study only the people, also that they need to pass through so many things in order to get the name as a science. Also as I mention it study a lot of things, maybe we don't have the correct idea of what it is. At the first time I think that it study only the past only fossils, but no it a little bit complex. Also it has a lot of schools in wich they study some cultures but most of them aren't correct. Also they have tools in order to have a better investigation and with more detail.
3.1 Well I lerarn this by the activities and some examples. Well the ethnologic techniques are easy to understand because we use it in the daily life but we don't know that we us it because we don't care about it or we don't realize that we are using it. Also I make some relations in order to remember everything.
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