Throughout the week we have listened to many lectures, movies, and read articles on many different things, but they are all much more interrelated than just being part of anthropology. For instance, on the first week we learned just the basics of what anthropology is, and then moved forward towards systems of difference. These are related because anthropology is all about people being together, so week two focused on why and how people differentiate themselves, which throws a wrench in the system of week one. The next week elaborates on different types of communication and rituals to show that people bond over such things. Like how in the video Languages Lost and Found many different groups were able to communicate in many nontraditional ways, thus breaking the mold as to what language is. Week four furthers this with the bonding by teaching us about different kids of kinship. The movie there even goes to show that a group with all males do not function properly, in order to function as a society we need diversity. This also links back to anthropology in week one by showing how key diversity is. Week five takes relation to the next level by talking more about the economic side of relationships, even if they are business relationships. This links back by showing that even when you just buy something from someone, you form a bond with them. It is more than just the goods being traded or bought. In the movie To the Light: Chinese Miners they show how it is almost worth risking their lives in the mines to die because of the compensation their families would get. Week six then focuses on culture and how it travels. Obviously this is one of the key points as to why anthropology is important, but also it shows that through economics culture can be crossing boarders and bring humans closer together. And finally, week seven wraps everything all up and prepares us for the exam. All of these weeks are different, but they all are interconnected much like how society is today.