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Aditi Pandey - Anthroholic

Aditi Pandey

Aditi Pandey is a graduate in B.Sc. (Biosciences) from Banasthali Vidyapith and is currently pursuing her Masters in Psychology from IGNOU. She is passionate about content writing.
What is Cancel Culture

Cancel Culture

Cancel culture is a relatively new phenomenon that has become increasingly popular in recent years. It refers to the practice of calling out and boycotting individuals or groups
Marriage and Mating in Anthropology

Marriage and Mating

Marriage and mating are fundamental aspects of human society. The union of two individuals creates a family unit, which forms the building blocks of society.
Cousin Marriage in Anthropology

Cousin Marriage

Cousin marriage, which is also referred to as consanguineous marriage, involves two people who are related as cousins, typically second cousins or more closely, getting married and starting a family together.
Group Marriages in Social Cultural Anthropology

Group Marriage

Group marriage is a form of marriage where more than two individuals form a consensual and committed partnership with one another.
Microevolution in Anthropology


Microevolution is the study of small-scale changes in the genetic makeup of populations over time.
Oparin Haldane Hypothesis in Evolution - Anthropology

Oparin-Haldane Hypothesis

The Oparin-Haldane Hypothesis, also known as the primordial soup theory, proposes that life on Earth originated from simple organic compounds that formed in the atmosphere and oceans of the early Earth.
Theories of Evolution in Anthropology

Theories of Evolution

Theories of evolution attempt to explain how species have changed over time and how new species arise.
Theory of Epigenesis in Evolution - Anthropology

Theory of Epigenesis

The Theory of Epigenesis is a scientific concept that seeks to explain the origin and development of organisms through the gradual differentiation of cells.
Macroevolution in Anthropology


Macroevolution refers to the long-term patterns and processes of evolution that occur over geological time scales, typically involving the formation of new species and the diversification of entire groups of organisms.
Social Institutions in Society in Cultural Anthropology

Social Institutions

Social institutions are complex set of rules, norms, and values that shape and organise social interactions and relationships within a society.
Molecular Evolution in Biological Anthropology

Molecular Evolution

Molecular evolution is the study of the changes that occur in DNA and protein sequences over time, and how these changes relate to the evolutionary history and relationships of different species.