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Grammar: The part of language analysis that is concerned with how the sounds are used to make sense. The quote states…“ most Americans observe whatever we wish to understand, introduce our own classification of what is going on, and explain what we see in our own terms.” Basically what the opening quote is implying is that instead of trying to understand why something happens, or why someone acts someway; we try to compare ourselves to the... School of Social Sciences, Univ. of California, Irvine, USA.

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Anthropology entails 3 perspectives: (1) cross-cultural, or looking at other cultures than our own, (2) holistic, or looking at all parts of culture in relation to each other, (3) relativistic, or looking at each culture as its own standard of values and meaning. 4 disciplines within Anthropology: Cultural Anthropology Biological or Physical Anthropology Linguistic Anthropology Archaeology Boas The early 20th century inaugurated a period of systematic critical examination,.. The Myth of the Jewish Race. Typically, the anthropologist actually lives among another society for a considerable period of time, simultaneously participating in and observing the social and cultural life of the group Tales of the Old Gypsies (ISIS Reminiscence). Lantis, Margaret (special editor) 1955 The U. American Anthropologist New Series 57, no. 6, part 1. → An “Introduction” by Margaret Lantis appears on pages 1113–1121. Le Play, FrÉdÉric (1855) 1877–1879 Les ouvriers européens. 2d ed. 6 vols. Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press epub.

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