When did anthropology originate?

Answer Anthropology is the study of humanity and is most often discerned as the study of human beings and their ancestors through time and space. The term "anthropology" itself comes from the Greek "anthr... Read More »

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How to use MLA for an Anthropology Citation?

Anthropology is part of social science and focuses on the study of human cultures. When writing a paper on an anthropology topic several different citation styles can be used, including the Modern ... Read More »

Who invented anthropology?

Franz Boaz (1858--1942) earned the moniker "Father of Modern Anthropology". He originated the concept of "culture" as a description of behaviors of ethnic groups. Others give the title "Father of M... Read More »

Is anthropology a science?

Anthropology is a social science that studies human relationships and origins, states Princeton University's WordNet. According to the American Anthropological Association (AAA), anthropologists wo... Read More »

Schools of Anthropology?

Anthropology is the study of the human condition and human diversity around the world. Anthropologists study cross-cultural differences in communication styles, social institutions and cultural bel... Read More »