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Biological Anthropology

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Transcript of Biological Anthropology

Owen Lovejoy What is Biological Anthropology? Biological Anthropologist John Lawrence Angel Holistic Approach to Anthropology By: Christie Ruhmshottel, Courtney Cetta, Danielle Santiago, Alyson Trione Biological Anthropology Buikstra, J., & Roberts, C. (2012). The global history of paleopathology: Pioneers and prospects . (pp. 3-11). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Daniels, G. C. (2011, February 15). Ocmulgee mounds (1000 ad). Retrieved from http://lostworlds.org/ocmulgee_mounds/4/
John lawrence angel georgia archaeology papers. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://hmfa.libs.uga.edu/hmfa/view?docId=ead/ms3657(m)-ead.xml O'neil, D. (2012). Biological anthropology. Retrieved from http://anthro.palomar.edu/tutorials/biological.htm Courtney Cetta Christie Ruhmshottel Lovejoy, C. Owen (1988), "Evolution of Human walking", Scientific American 259 (5): 82–89. The holistic approach is all about the whole picture. A holistic approach to anthropology is so important because anthropology deals with all of human beings since the beginning of time. It's important to take in the different cultural practices, diets and everything else that goes into the study of any given area. Looking at the whole picture and taking a holistic approach to anthropology enables all the branches of anthropology to work as one and come up with a cohesive history and study of man.
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