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study of all aspects of culture resulting from human behavior, including, among others, speech and language, systems of thought, social systems, and the artifacts produced by a culture.
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This indeed is a forceful statement by a social anthropologist from a "centre" of anthropological production, backing less powerful voices from CEE.
Pub chain and brewers Greene King funded the research, carried out by social anthropologist Kate Fox, to examine the role of the British pub in the 21st century.
According to the report by social anthropologist Kate Fox of the Social Issues Research Centre, 24% of people in Wales believe the pub is the only place where it is possible to forge new relationships regardless of social status, age, class, job, race or background, while 30%said they met people they would not normally come across in other social settings.
I've always found straight male interaction a strange phenomenon and have often looked upon such interaction as if I were some social anthropologist studying a different culture.
In Collapse: How Societies Choose to Succeed or Fail, social anthropologist Jared Diamond, describes an American society in which "corporate elites cocoon themselves in gated communities guarded by private security, fly in corporate aircraft, depend on golden parachutes and private pensions, and send their children to prohibitively expensive private schools.
Marc Garcelon's book, being the work of a social anthropologist, helps to bridge this gap.
This introductory article is followed by two essays by Russian-trained scholars living in the West: sociologist Sam Kliger from New York and social anthropologist Tsypylma Darieva from Berlin.
The debut novel of social anthropologist and expert on all things teenaged Leslie Margolis, Fix is the story of a young woman, Cameron Beekman, who suffered years of being ostracized and called "Beakface" because of her large nose before a simple nose job transformed her life.
West, a social anthropologist from the University of London, on the meaning and importance of sorcery on the Mueda plateau in Mozambique.
Social Anthropologist Kathleen Richardson, who organized the project, says the themes of Capek's seminal play can be used to explore larger issues.
Enriqueta Cabrera is a Mexican journalist and social anthropologist who has written about Mexican national issues and foreign relations for the past twenty-five years.
Shirley Ardener is a social anthropologist and historian, a Senior Associate of Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford University's International Development Centre.

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