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Solving Human Problems on Earth Blog 3 entry for Class

For this Blog 3 entry, you will begin to consider, with greater clarity, the aspects of a culture (learned, shared, symbolic, adaptive/maladaptive, changes) and how these aspects of all cultural knowledge, behaviors, and artifact usage are connected to the integrated components (language, technology, subsistence, social organization, economics, politics/power/social control, sex, marriage, gender, kinship, art, religion/ideology, medicine, and education) of a cultural system. After reviewing your notes from this week, Blog 2 entry, and your notes from last week, start to take the seat in starting to further articulate how the holistic and integrated lens of anthropology on why people do what they do (how they behave), think what they think (the knowledge that they have), and adapt to the landscape of the earth with the artifacts that they create, invent, innovate, and that move around the world through cultural diffusion. Then, focusing on a particular biome of interest for this week, write about an indigenous culture that is of interest to you. When you think about this culture and their cultural system (ways of being, ways of knowing, and ways of adapting in relationship with the artifacts around them) think about who they are using what you have learned about the aspects of any culture, the integrated components of the cultural system, and their specific cultural adaptions to the physical and cultural environment within a particular biome.


how the holistic and integrated lens of anthropology on why people do what they do (how they behave), think what they think (the knowledge that they have), and adapt to the landscape of the earth with the artifacts that they create, invent, innovate, and that move around the world through cultural diffusion.


Answers: So looking at that a holistic and integrated lens of anthropology on why people do what they do (how they behave), think what they think (the knowledge that they have), and adapt to the landscape of the earth with the artifacts that they create, invent, innovate, and that move around the world through cultural diffusion. we can see that there is a cause and effect happening in the world as well as many other things. when your born into this world you're thrown into a chaotic war of unbalanced balance unaware of anything going on all you are worried about is surviving. In order for you to do that you must figure out what's going on and how to keep yourself safe. so growing up you mimic things and copy things to adapt to what going on around you. you try to fit it to survive. then you start to understand things and being to create, invent, and innovate things you have or create or things you seen. humans are mimickers they copy anything and everything that allows them to live and survive. so that the general basic. but there's much more that depends on many other these. throughout history and present you see this happening over and over depending on that person or life journey.


Then, focusing on a particular biome of interest for this week, write about an indigenous culture that is of interest to you. When you think about this culture and their cultural system (ways of being, ways of knowing, and ways of adapting in relationship with the artifacts around them) think about who they are using what you have learned about the aspects of any culture, the integrated components of the cultural system, and their specific cultural adaptions to the physical and cultural environment within a particular biome.


Answers: thinking of the tundra biome and Alaska Indigenous culture which are known as Inuit now due to the Eskimo usage is fading from the culture.

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