Anthropology is the study of what makes us human and the human experience. Anthropologists want to understand people and societies by studying how people lived in the past, their biological nature by looking at what they ate given resources and geographical location and even making comparisons to animals and how societies interact and communicate.
Archaeologists study the evidence of past societies and the cultures from excavations. They discover tools, artefacts and observe environmental data to make sense of ancient lives.
The study of the cultural aspect of human society and its evolution
The study of human communication, written and spoken. Linguistic anthropologists do not only just learn languages, they study the structure and function of languages.
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