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These larger systems increasingly affect the people and places anthropology traditionally has studied. The study of such linkages and systems is part of the subject matter of modern anthropology. Ethnology examines, interprets, analyzes, and compares the results of ethnography—the data gathered in different societies. It uses such data to compare and contrast and to make generalizations about society and culture. Looking beyond the particular to the more general, ethnologists attempt to identify and explain cultural differences and similarities, to test hypotheses, and to build theory to enhance our understanding of how social and cultural systems work.
Hominins have elaborated the capacity to aim and throw, without which we never would have developed projectile technology and weaponry—or baseball. Like toolmaking, hunting once was cited as a distinctive human activity not shared with the apes. Again, however, primate research shows that other primates, especially chimpanzees, are habitual chi hhunters. For example, in Uganda’s Kibale National Park, chimps form large hunting parties, including an aver- 28 age of twenty-six individuals (almost always adult and adolescent males).
Thus, cultural traits, patterns, and inventions can also be t maladaptive, threatening the group’s conm tinued existence (survival and reproduction). ttinu Air conditioners help us deal with heat, as fires A aand furnaces protect us against the cold. Automobiles permit us to make a living by getting us m ffrom home to workplace. But the by-products of ssuch “beneficial” technology often create new pproblems. >>> Culture’s Evolutionary Basis The human capacity for culture has an evolutionary basis that extends back at least two and a half million years to early toolmakers.