Holistic. Objective. In depth. Relativist. Comparative. Interdisciplinary.
Herskovitz defines Anthropology as study of man - organic human being - and his works - culture. It is a study of man in time and space
Holistic. Involves biology, socio-cultural, linguistic, evolution and archaeology and applied in forensic science, development initiatives, conflict resolution. Used for or understanding Japanese culture in World war 2.
unique method of index study participant observation. Malinowski trobriand study
Unique way of analysing culture buy symbols, function, structure and so on.
Studies relationship with ecology biology and culture in a holistic manner to create best solutions.
Perspective of cultural relativism and objectivity with minimum ethanol centrism.
Linkage with other branches like geology for dating methods, botany for or ecological reconstruction, history for studying cultures, psychology for personality studies. Multi-disciplinary.
Comparative study of cultures to understand patterns.
Fusion of branches like social with linguistic and archaeology to create ethnoarchaeology. biological and cultural anthropology mix to create ethnomedicine. Action Anthropology combines field work and research.