By Barbara D. Miller
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Cultural materialism is an approach to studying culture by emphasizing the material aspects of life, including people’s environment, how people make a living, and differences in wealth and power. Also arising in the 1960s was the theoretical position referred to as interpretive anthropology, or interpretivism. S. symbolic anthropology and French structural anthropology. It says that understanding culture should focus on what people think about, their ideas, and the symbols and meanings that are important to them.
Do not give up. Good jobs are out there, and coursework and skills in anthropology are increasingly valued. Anthropology is also an excellent minor. It complements almost any other area of study by adding a cross-cultural perspective. For example, if you are majoring in music, courses about world music will enrich your primary interest. The same applies to subjects such as interior design, psychology, criminal justice, international affairs, economics, political science, and more. ) in anthropology.
The symbolic content of the American name Barbara does not immediately convey a sense of beardedness in its current context because symbolic meaning can change. It is through symbols, arbitrary and amazingly rich in their attributions, that culture is shared, stored, and transmitted over time. Culture Is Learned Because culture is based on symbols that are arbitrary, culture must be learned anew in each context. Cultural learning begins from the moment of birth, if not before. ) A large but unknown amount of people’s cultural learning is unconscious, occurring as a normal part of life through observation.