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Track 1. Anthropology:
Anthropology the science of humanity, which studies human beings in aspects ranging from the biology and evolutionary history of Homo sapiens to the features of society and culture that decisively distinguish humans from other animal species. Anthropology is the study of people throughout the world their evolutionary history, how they behave, adapt to different environments, communicate and socialise with one another.
Track 2. Forensic Anthropology:
Forensic anthropology deals with the identification of human remains in a legal setting. Forensic anthropology, application of physical anthropology to legal cases, usually with a focus on the human skeleton. Forensic anthropology uses the techniques of physical anthropology to analyse skeletal, badly decomposed, or otherwise unidentified human remains to solve crimes. Forensic anthropology is the specialized subdiscipline of physical/biologic anthropology (e.g., the study of human and nonhuman primate anatomy, evolution, behaviour) that applies the techniques of osteology.
Track 3. Biological Anthropolo
Tracks and Key Topics
- Track 1 : Anthropology
- Track 2 : Forensic Anthropology
- Track 3 : Biological Anthropology
- Track 4 : Biological Determinism
- Track 5 : Archaeological Anthropology
- Track 6 : Linguistic Anthropology
- Track 7 : Cultural Anthropology
- Track 8 : Taxonomy
- Track 9 : Social Anthropology
- Track 10 : Human Variation & Race
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The analysis of markets and marketing has been one of the central issues in economic anthropology, and of course it is a subject much theorized in economics. The relationship between anthropology and economics is often uneasy and this tension is apparent in the attempts to reconcile exotic ethnographic material with the theoretical interests of economics. Of major theoretical significance is the simple grammatical step of contracting the plural form markets to its singular market to suggest a formal, ideal model which some commentators take to explain culturally diverse types of markets and trade practices. Market models developed by economists have supplied many of the theoretical underpinnings for those anthropologists attempting to find continuities between diverse forms of trading practice in different cultures. For economists, a market is an arena of ‘perfectly competitive transactions’ between many buyers and sellers sharing complete market information (about price, quality of goods and so on); thereby an efficiency in production and distribution is achieved. Real mark