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Paleoanthropology and Anthropology
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beliefs, teeth, localities, relatives, animal, culture, neurology, bony, African, biological, diversity, perspectives, kinship, meanings, volume, cope, Neanderthals, capacity
anthropology
studies the                    of the human condition
the past, the present, and the future
includes biology, science, language, and               
culture
a system of shared                 
used to          with surroundings and communicate with others
subfields
cultural anthropology
diversity of beliefs from a cross-cultural                         
social structure
material culture
archeology
excavations
burials
bones
pottery
physical/                     anthropology
the study of human beings as members of an              species
we have the same                   , biology, physiology as other animals do
osteology
the study of the structure and function of the skeleton and          structures
ondontology
study of the           
a hard substance which are usually found in skeletons
tell us about age and diet
forensic anthropology
uses genetics, study of bones to learn about the scene of a crime
human biology
skin color
lung             
paleoanthropology
the combination and a sub-discipline of
1. paleontology
study of life that existed prior tothe Holocene Epoch
2. physical anthropology
the study of the formation and the development of
the specific characteristics of humans
the reconstruction of evolutionary                lines in the family Hominidae
by means of the study of
fossils
bone fragments
footprints
stone tools
artifacts
settlement                     
primatology
the study of our closes                   , the primates
looking for clues in primates of how out ancestors survived
molecular biology
genetics
indicate that the origin of homo sapiens is the                continent
how different we are from our closest relatives such as the                         
linguistics
certain languages are used in cultural context that do not necessarily translate
the                  for language
language is how we think, communicate, and organize our               
Paleoanthropology and Anthropology