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Introduction to Anthropology, Sociology and Psychology

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Wendy McCormick

on 8 September 2016

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Transcript of Introduction to Anthropology, Sociology and Psychology

Introduction to Anthropology, Sociology and Psychology
HSP-3M1
Anthropology
Examines the development of the human
species and human cultures throughout the world.
Human culture consists of the ways
of living of a group of people, including
their traditions, inventions and
conventions
Sociology
Looks at the development
and structure of human
society and how it works.
Sociology examines how
people act in group situations
Forensics
Primatology
Archaeology
Linguistics
Medicine
Organizations
Globalization
Collective Behaviour
Economy
Religion
Peers
Crime
Psychology
The study of people's feelings, thoughts
and personality development. The goal of this
social science is to understand the
underlying triggers or causes or human
behaviour
Biological
Psychoanalytic
Cognitive
Humanistic
Evolutionary
Sociocultural
Dreams
Personality
Genetics
Perception
Trauma
Conditioning
Simund Freud: Dreams

Carl Jung: Introvert and Extrovert

Jean Piaget: School Curriclum
Peer Pressure
Mob Mentality
Gossip
Gender Roles
Harriet Martineau: Social Inequality

Karl Marx:
Capitalism vs. Communism

Dorthy Smith:
Women and the powerless
Mob Mentality
Rites of Passage
Lewis Henry Morgan:
Aboriginal People

Margaret Mead:
Gender roles are not universal

The Leakey's:
Unearthed human skeletal remains
Psycholgist
Who would be interested
in how you interact
with your friends?
Sociologist
Who would be interested
in the education system?
Sociologist,
Psychologist
or
Anthropologist
Who would be interested
in how chimps make and
use tools?
Anthropologist
or Sociologists
Who would be interested
in how families differ from
culture to culture?
Anthropologist
Who would be interested
in how your personality
is shaped?
Psychology
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