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  1. Cultural Anthropology (सांस्कृतिक मानवशास्त्र)

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  4. Anthropology is the systematic ,objective and holistic study of mankind.-KRISHNA KUMAR

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  1. Case study method in anthropology

    The Case Study Method in Anthropology is used in many different research projects from ethnography of urban poverty, through studies of charismatic Christian movements, Cultural Property and in visual methods. Professor Caroline Moser - Caroline Moser, Professor of Urban Development and Director of GURC uses variations of the case study in her ...

  2. Doing Fieldwork: Methods in Cultural Anthropology

    In my case, I was interested in how undocumented Mexican immigrant youth in Minnesota formed a sense of identity while living in a society that used a variety of dehumanizing labels such as illegal and alien to refer to them. ... She received her B.A. in anthropology and Latin American studies from Macalester College, her M.A. in anthropology ...

  3. Case Study Method in Anthropological Research

    Case Study Method. A case study is an in-depth examination of a specific phenomenon, individual, or context, usually from a qualitative perspective. The case study method is typically used in social sciences, such as anthropology, sociology, and psychology, to explore real-life, complex, multifaceted phenomena within their context [1].

  4. Case Study Research

    For example, Hamel, Dufour, and Fortin trace the origins of modern social science case studies through anthropology and sociology, and cite Malinowski's study of the Trobriand Islands native population. Robert Stake (1927-) is credited with systematically establishing processes for case study research. More ...

  5. Frontiers

    In this qualitative study, interviews of two former middle school teachers were conducted and analyzed for how they fostered a supportive classroom environment in the United States despite the national stress of the Vietnam War during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Half a century later in 2020-2021, similar trends seem to remain just as important in society though the context has shifted ...

  6. Case Study Methodology of Qualitative Research: Key Attributes and

    A case study is one of the most extensively used strategies of qualitative social research. Over the years, its application has expanded by leaps and bounds, and is now being employed in several disciplines of social science such as sociology, management, anthropology, psychology and others.

  7. Theory and Practice by Anthropologists: A Case Study

    Journal of the Society for the Anthropology of Europe; Medical Anthropology Quarterly; Museum Anthropology; Nutritional Anthropology; PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review ... A Case Study. Professor James L. Peacock, Professor James L. Peacock. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Search for more papers by this author.

  8. Relevance of Case Study Method in Anthropology of Development

    Relevance of Case Study Method in 4nthropology of Development. Department of Anthropology, University of Delhi, Delhi- 110007. Abstract. This paper examines the relevance and usefulness of case study anthropology of development The basic argument is that the traditional. can adequately be elicited through case study method supplemented by ...

  9. The Inductive Case Study Approach to Teaching Anthropology

    Stanford University. We present an approach to teaching cultural anthropology that combines an. inductive method and ethnographic case studies. From introductory courses to graduate-level seminars, the inductive case study approach combines written materials, films, and other aids to allow students to discover culture. CUL-.

  10. Applied Linguistic Anthropology: Balancing Social Science with Social

    applied linguistic anthropology, since it involves value judgments and particular worldviews in the service of social justice. In each case study, the author discusses how they navigated a multilayered 5-step applied linguistic anthropological process of: 1. Methods of noticing, in-depth observation, longitudinal reflection, and thoughtful ...

  11. Case Studies in Anthropology

    1st Edition. By Lee Cronk. August 06, 2004. This book focuses on the strategic manipulation of ethnic identity by the Mukogodo of Kenya. It is about how Mukogodo people changed their way of life to a radically different one, that is their change as Maasai people, giving them a new way of living, a new language, and a new set of beliefs. ...

  12. Anthropology and Epidemiology: learning epistemological lessons through

    Collaboration between anthropology and epidemiology has a long and tumultuous history. Based on empirical examples, this paper describes a number of epistemological lessons we have learned through our experience of cross-disciplinary collaboration. ... Hammersely, for example, has shown how in-depth case study methods and large-scale ...

  13. Identification of a decedent in a 103-year-old homicide case using

    Pooling resources, as well as collaborating with professionals outside of forensic anthropology, is a useful strategy to pursue when anthropological methods are exhausted.The case study presented here demonstrates a collaborative approach between forensic anthropologists, forensic genetic genealogists, and law enforcement in a century-old homicide.

  14. Historical Anthropology

    Case studies in historical anthropology provide valuable insights into specific cultural practices and beliefs within their historical context, allowing us to understand the complexity and diversity of human societies and cultures. These case studies can shed light on previously unknown aspects of human history and challenge our assumptions ...

  15. Business Anthropology

    Simply, business anthropology is the use of anthropological constructs, theory, and methods to study its three subfields: organizations, marketing and consumer behavior, and design. Just as there are many definitions of "anthropology," there are many definitions of the anthropology of business. 1 One reason for this is that the field has ...

  16. Discovering a double murder through skeletal remains: A case report

    Here we present a complex forensic case regarding a double murder whose victims were found almost completely skeletonized. Post-mortem investigations allowed us to define the biological profile of the two bodies (ancestry, sex, age and stature), to discover their identity through forensic DNA analysis, and to detect peri-mortem injuries caused ...

  17. PDF What is Business Anthropology? An ethnographic study of an ...

    Journal of Business Anthropology, Case Study #5, Spring 2013 4 on the setup as everyone settles into their seats by saying, in a slight ironical tone: 'It's very uncomfortable being studied'. Perhaps there is a hint of truthfulness to his remark, although he laughs while he seats himself. Regardless of whether or not he means it, the slightly

  18. The Case Study Anthology

    The Case Study Anthology will be a perfect supplemental text or reference for any research course in the social sciences, including sociology, anthropology, and political science, as well as related practice fields such as education, planning, health, and management. Available Formats . ISBN: 9780761929253:

  19. Archeology as Anthropology: A Case Study

    Abstract. Anthropological inferences, made possible by advances in techniques for collecting data in archeological field work and the processing of data with a computer, permit a comparison to be made between the modern western Pueblos and their prehistoric background. One point in the development of Pueblo social organization (approximately A ...

  20. Case Studies in Forensic Anthropology

    ABSTRACT. Through a set of unique case studies written by an international group of practicing forensic anthropologists, Case Studies in Forensic Anthropology: Bonified Skeletons prepares students and professionals for the diverse range of cases and challenges they will encounter in the field. Every forensic anthropology case is unique.

  21. UPSC ANTHROPOLOGY STRATEGY: by Kirthi Chekuri (Rank

    I've mentioned the topics for which case studies are to be collected and some case studies in this link. Examples/ Definitions/ Studies: For questions on marriage/family/kinship etc., it's important to remember a few definitions given by famous thinkers. For questions on socio-cultural anthropology, make a note of examples of tribes you ...

  22. Evolution of Forensic Anthropological Methods of Identification

    The data used in the study were collected from repeat axial head CT images of 115 individuals, and the Euclidean distance comparisons were made between images of the same individual and images from different individuals. ... Ubelaker D.H. Human identification: case studies in forensic anthropology. Springfield (IL): C.C. Thomas; c1984. Chapter ...

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    A broad introduction to archaeology-the study of material remains to answer questions about the human past. Case studies highlight the variability of ancient societies and illustrate the varied methods and interpretive frameworks archaeologists use to reconstruct them. This course can serve as a platform for both archaeology and anthropology undergraduate majors.