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The systematic identification and description of sounds of all languages.
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The systematic identification and description of sounds of all languages.
What is phonetics
The smallest units of sound that have meaning in a language
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The smallest units of sound that have meaning in a language
What are morphemes
Indigenous, or other forms of knowledge regarding sustainability of local resources that is often embedded in language
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Indigenous, or other forms of knowledge regarding sustainability of local resources that is often embedded in language
What is TEK (traditional ecological knowledge)
The idea that language shapes the way we see and think about the world.
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The idea that language shapes the way we see and think about the world.
What is linguistic relativity, or the Whorf-Sapir hypothesis

This is a set of words developed by a culture in relation to their particular environment or circumstances

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This is a set of words developed by a culture in relation to their particular environment or circumstances


What is a lexicon


These real estate and zoning techniques that characterized some neighborhoods as "high-risk" led to generational wealth disparity beginning with the FHA housing program.
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These real estate and zoning techniques that characterized some neighborhoods as "high-risk" led to generational wealth disparity beginning with the FHA housing program.
What is red lining
The belief that many human behaviors (like criminality or poverty) are innate and controlled by an individual's genes.
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The belief that many human behaviors (like criminality or poverty) are innate and controlled by an individual's genes.
What is biological determinism
A set of beliefs and practices that aims at improving the genetic quality of the human population by having humans rather than the environment define what traits offer adaptive “fitness”.
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A set of beliefs and practices that aims at improving the genetic quality of the human population by having humans rather than the environment define what traits offer adaptive “fitness”.
What is eugenics
This form of racism refers to inequality that is built into cultural institutions that perpetuate patterns of inequality.
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This form of racism refers to inequality that is built into cultural institutions that perpetuate patterns of inequality.
What is institutionalized racism
What aspect of population genetics and evolution likely contributes the most to our inability to separate human populations into discrete biological racial groups?
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What aspect of population genetics and evolution likely contributes the most to our inability to separate human populations into discrete biological racial groups?
What is gene flow
.A theory that describes globalization as a system structured to benefit the core, drawing resources from the periphery nations.
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.A theory that describes globalization as a system structured to benefit the core, drawing resources from the periphery nations.
What is World Systems Theory or approach
Power that organizes the systemic interaction within and among societies, directing economic, political forces and ideological forces
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Power that organizes the systemic interaction within and among societies, directing economic, political forces and ideological forces
What is structural power
Power that coerces others that is backed up by economic and/or military power.
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Power that coerces others that is backed up by economic and/or military power.
What is hard power
Power that co-opts and persuades rather than coerces, getting people to change their behaviours, beliefs, values.
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Power that co-opts and persuades rather than coerces, getting people to change their behaviours, beliefs, values.
What is soft power
Physical and/or psychological harm caused by impersonal, exploitative, and unjust social, political, and economic systems
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Physical and/or psychological harm caused by impersonal, exploitative, and unjust social, political, and economic systems
What is structural violence
An intervention philosophy that historically has encouraged industrialization, modernization, westernization, and individualism as desirable evolutionary advances to address issues like poverty and hunger.
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An intervention philosophy that historically has encouraged industrialization, modernization, westernization, and individualism as desirable evolutionary advances to address issues like poverty and hunger.
What is development
An ambitious set of objectives for improving the human condition by 2015.
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An ambitious set of objectives for improving the human condition by 2015.
What are the UN Millennium Goals
Canada’s federal development agency.
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Canada’s federal development agency.
What is CIDA
The application of anthropological perspectives to the multidisciplinary branch of development studies.
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The application of anthropological perspectives to the multidisciplinary branch of development studies.
What is development anthropology
Both UNICEF and the Mustard Seed Soceity are examples of this type of aid organization.
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Both UNICEF and the Mustard Seed Soceity are examples of this type of aid organization.
What are NGOs, or non-governmental organizations
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