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borrowing of traits between cultures. such as exchange of information and products . culture have never been isolated
a second mechanism of cultural change, is the exchange of cultural features that results when groups have continuous firsthand contact.
a third mechanism of cultural change, the process by which humans innovate, creatively finding solutions to problems
the study of human species and its immediate ancestor
encompassing past, presents, and future biology, society and culture
anthropology as a whole; cultural, archeological, biological and linguistic anthropology
fieldwork in a particular setting. often descriptive.
the study of human biological and variation in time and space
any fossil or living human, chimp or gorilla
hominids excluding the African apes
culture patterns that exist in some but not all societies
distinctively or unique trait, pattern or integration
intellectual property rights; an indigenous groups collective knowledge and its application
means reduce poverty and a more even distribution of wealth