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Environmental stress in bio-archeological studies

Informacje ogólne

Kod przedmiotu: WF-OB-TOMSTRES-ER Kod Erasmus / ISCED: 07.2 / (brak danych)
Nazwa przedmiotu: Environmental stress in bio-archeological studies
Jednostka: Instytut Ekologii i Bioetyki
Grupy: Grupa przedmiotów - oferta Erasmus
Przedmioty ERASMUS
Zajęcia w językach obcych w Instytucie Ekologii i Bioetyki
Punkty ECTS i inne: 6.00
Język prowadzenia: angielski
Poziom przedmiotu:

zaawansowany

Symbol/Symbole efektów kształcenia:

OB2_W09

OB2_W12

OB2_U01

OB2_U09

Skrócony opis:

The man (as well as other organisms) lives in an environment and this environment exerts certain effects on the body. All biological systems must self-regulate in the context of changing environmental demands. At the simplest level of agreement, “stress” involves some environmental stimulus that produces a reaction in a living organism that may be either favorable or unfavorable to the organism. The term, “stress”, should be understand both as an environmental stimulus and as the response to an environmental stimulus. Physiological disruption resulting from impoverished environmental circumstances is central to the study of health, lifestyle and social status. Use of multiple indicators gives a comprehensive understanding of stress and adaptation in the past and contemporary.

Pełny opis:

1.Definition and division of environmental stress (lecture). (2h)

2. The Concept of adaptation in biological anthropology (lecture). (2h)

3.Growth and development – skeleton (lecture and practice). (4h)

4. Growth and development – dentition (lecture and practice). (4h)

5.Skeletal pathological markers of deprivation (lecture and practice). (4h)

6. Dental pathological markers of deprivation (lecture and practice). (4h)

7. Ecology of past population (lecture). (2h)

8. Ecology of contemporary population (lecture). (2h)

9. Environmental stress: consequences for human health outcomes (lecture). (2h)

10. Pollution and human growth (lecture). (2h)

11. Human culture. (2h)

Literatura:

Aufderheide A.C., Rodríguez-Martín C., 2008, The Cambridge encyclopedia of human paleopathology, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Bass W.M., 1995, Human osteology, A laboratory and field manual, Missouri Archaeological Society, Columbia.

Buikstra J.E., Ubelaker D.H., 1994, Standards for data collection from human skeletal remains, Arkansas Archeological Survey Research Series No,4.

Byers S.N., 2005, Introduction to forensic anthropology, Pearson Education, Boston.

Garruto R.M., Litte M.A., Weitz C.A., 2004. Environmental Stress and Adaptational

Responses: Consequences for Human Health Outcomes. Coll. Antropol. 28 2: 509–540.

Irish J.D., Nelson G.C. (eds.), 2008. Technique and application on dental anthropology, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

Katzenberg M.A., Saunders S.R. (eds.), 2008. Biological anthropology of the human skeleton, Willey&Sons, New Jersey

Larsen C.S., 2003, Bioarcheology, Interpreting behavior from the human skeleton, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Mascie-Taylor C.G.N., Lasker G.W., 1991, Applications of biological anthropology to human affairs. Cambridge.

Literature will be given during the course.

Efekty kształcenia:

knowledge: knows the causes and effects of environmental degradation and their effects on the human organism, Recognizes correctly the English terms in the lecture area

Skills: perform simple tasks individually and in teams, plans and can use appropriate methods to solve assigned tasks

ECTS 6 (30h-1ECTS)

1st task: participation in the lecture - 30h

2nd task: preparing four articles - 120h3rd task: participation in the discussion during the mecture - 30h

Metody i kryteria oceniania:

1. 70% attendance.

2. Final test (100-90% very good, 80-70% good, 60-50% satisfactory, less than 50% insufficient).

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr zimowy 2017/18" (w trakcie)

Okres: 2017-10-01 - 2018-01-31
Wybrany podział planu:


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Typ zajęć: Wykład, 30 godzin, 20 miejsc więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Agnieszka Szymańska, Adam Świeżyński, Jacek Tomczyk
Prowadzący grup: Jacek Tomczyk
Lista studentów: (nie masz dostępu)
Zaliczenie: Egzaminacyjny
E-Learning:

E-Learning z podziałem na grupy

Typ przedmiotu:

obowiązkowy

Skrócony opis:

The man (as well as other organisms) lives in an environment and this environment exerts certain effects on the body. All biological systems must self-regulate in the context of changing environmental demands. At the simplest level of agreement, “stress” involves some environmental stimulus that produces a reaction in a living organism that may be either favorable or unfavorable to the organism. The term, “stress”, should be understand both as an environmental stimulus and as the response to an environmental stimulus. Physiological disruption resulting from impoverished environmental circumstances is central to the study of health, lifestyle and social status. Use of multiple indicators gives a comprehensive understanding of stress and adaptation in the past and contemporary.

Pełny opis:

1.Definition and division of environmental stress (lecture). (2h)

2. The Concept of adaptation in biological anthropology (lecture). (2h)

3.Growth and development – skeleton (lecture and practice). (4h)

4. Growth and development – dentition (lecture and practice). (4h)

5.Skeletal pathological markers of deprivation (lecture and practice). (4h)

6. Dental pathological markers of deprivation (lecture and practice). (4h)

7. Ecology of past population (lecture). (2h)

8. Ecology of contemporary population (lecture). (2h)

9. Environmental stress: consequences for human health outcomes (lecture). (2h)

10. Pollution and human growth (lecture). (2h)

11. Human culture. (2h)

Literatura:

Aufderheide A.C., Rodríguez-Martín C., 2008, The Cambridge encyclopedia of human paleopathology, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Bass W.M., 1995, Human osteology, A laboratory and field manual, Missouri Archaeological Society, Columbia.

Buikstra J.E., Ubelaker D.H., 1994, Standards for data collection from human skeletal remains, Arkansas Archeological Survey Research Series No,4.

Byers S.N., 2005, Introduction to forensic anthropology, Pearson Education, Boston.

Garruto R.M., Litte M.A., Weitz C.A., 2004. Environmental Stress and Adaptational

Responses: Consequences for Human Health Outcomes. Coll. Antropol. 28 2: 509–540.

Irish J.D., Nelson G.C. (eds.), 2008. Technique and application on dental anthropology, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

Katzenberg M.A., Saunders S.R. (eds.), 2008. Biological anthropology of the human skeleton, Willey&Sons, New Jersey

Larsen C.S., 2003, Bioarcheology, Interpreting behavior from the human skeleton, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Mascie-Taylor C.G.N., Lasker G.W., 1991, Applications of biological anthropology to human affairs. Cambridge.

Literature will be given during the course.

Uwagi:

Basic knowledge in biology and ecology.

Opisy przedmiotów w USOS i USOSweb są chronione prawem autorskim.
Właścicielem praw autorskich jest Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego w Warszawie.