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What is the difference between forensic anthropology and forensic archaeology?


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cultural anthropology is the study of current human cultures (archaeology is the study of past human cultures). Physical anthropology is a biological study of humans from an evolutionary perspective. Physical anthropology also includes the study of other primates.

Nothing. Properly termed sociocultural anthropology.

Psychology is the study of the human mind. Anthropology is the study of humans.

The difference between history and archaeology is that history is the study of the past based on WRITTEN SOURCES (books, etc) and archaeology is the study of the past based on MATERIAL REMAINS (houses, bones, etc).

Classic archaeology is the study of riches Modern archaeology is the study of people left behind, such as Journals, Diaries, and or Letters.

Anthropology is a social science and by definition, studies the origins and social relationships between human beings. They ask questions such as, What defines us humans? How do we behave? Anthropology has four subfields which include, cultural anthropology, archaeology, linguistic anthropology and lastly biological anthropology. History is a branch of a liberal arts degree which studies every aspect of history as a whole and is a career which is much broader than anthropology in general. History discusses dates in time as well as human civilizations. History also deals with theories and speculation similar to many other science based degrees. Both anthropology and history do cross lines with each-other from time to time. This is the case with many degrees including paleontology and archaeology which all delve into the histories of our culture and world.

Anthropology is the study of living people, Archaeology the study of ones who are long dead :) Anthropologist tend to study populations from cultures different from their own, looking at social structures and behaviors. For the Archaeologist this information is out of reach, as they have to rely on what has been preserved in the ground. They will though often draw upon anthropological work to help inform their own research, and suggest how earlier societies may have behaved.

Archaeology is the study of physical remains of ancient peoples... but Egyptology only focuses on Egypt.

The most important difference between Anthropology and Humanity as sciences, is that Anthropology tries to clarify humanity AND it's role in history, whereas Humanity is not necessarily considered through different eras.

Forensic science is used to describe all categories of science in the legal system. forensic technicians are in a certain category within forensic science.

The title of "forensic scientist" is a more general label, while forensic biologists focus specifically on living forensics. I would guess that forensic biology falls under the umbrella of forensic science.

A lot! Geology studies the rocks that make up the Earth and its landscapes, and their development. Anthropology studies the development of humans.

sociology is the scientific study of human interaction while anthropology refer to the study of human kind or humanity

Modern anthropology refers to the classical study of the human species, from a single cultural perspective. Postmodern anthropology is based on the same basic idea, but aims for a more global perspective in an effort to be less biased.

Archaeology is a branch of anthropology but if you want to know the diferences between the two, archaeology is the science that studies past societies, who didn't leave any writing behind and they do this through the study of objects that were left by this group. The anthropologist study the culture of different human groups, mostly groups that live right now in the present but they can study past human groups but only if they left a written record behind.

Forensic science is experimental Forensic medicine is empirical.

The science which studies about the social web and relation is called sociology and Anthropology is the study of origination of human or (past),present and some time future also.

both anthropology and sociology talk about people

what is the differences between social anthropology with other social sciences

Forensic Science is the application of the methods and techniques of science to legal problems. So any scientific methods from any of the sciences used can be 'forensic' if they are being used to solve problems of a legal nature.

Forensic pathologist would be doing most of the autopsies of recently dead people along with a coroner - to find cause of death etc. whereas the forensic anthropologist may look at bodies and artifacts that have been dead/buried for a long time.

The difference between T.V Forensic science and real life is: T.V Real Life They where there own clothes no they fiddle with the evidence no don't where safety things no

A Forensic Scientist and A Csi Forensic scientist are the same there is no change in what you do. The only change is where you work.

Anthropology is the study of cultures and what their community structure means to them. Geography is the study of the layout of the world (land characteristics such as where plateaus, rivers, mountain ranges) and how we label these phenomena. The thing in common of these two is knowing who are the inhabitants of these different areas, but Anthropology goes deeper to understand the people and why they do what they do.

Anthropology is the study of past human species. While economics is the study of the economy. Actually, anthropology is the study of humans, including our ancestry and culture. Economics is the study of the economy, but more generally it is the study of how people make choices about how to use resources when those resources are limited. In that sense, economics can be thought of as a specialized sub-field of anthropology.

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