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cul·tur·al an·thro·pol·o·gy

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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Western social anthropologists saw in those disciplines a field very different from their own discipline and portrayed them without discriminating between different national contexts.
Social anthropologist Marita Eastmond has argued that "the ultimate dilemma of exile may be the emerging doubts about one's own cultural constructions of reality (1993:51).
To: "Design Team" [Engineer, Graphic Designer, Legal Expert, Marketer, Programmer, Social Anthropologist & Team Coordinator]
As in similar texts, the primary dialogic partner is the social anthropologist.
He is magazine journalism's ace social anthropologist whose area of social study is the famous and infamous up close and personal.
Unwin, a British social anthropologist who spent seven years studying the births and deaths of 80 civilizations.
The work under review is a revision of the author's doctoral dissertation, which was completed at Oxford University in 1990 under the esteemed social anthropologist Rodney Needham, who has contributed a very brief preface.
By training, Ghosh is a social anthropologist, and therefore it is not surprising that he brings to his art of writing an exactitude of construction and a clarity of language and style.
Maria del Carmen Elu Cayado, PhD, Social Anthropologist, mobilizes women and families, health care providers and policy makers in Mexico to prioritize women's health, particularly safe motherhood.
Social anthropologist Kate Fox said: "Our perception of smell consists not only of the sensation of the odours themselves but of the experiences and emotions associated with these sensations.
It was the sort of talk I usually get asked to do, until it turns out the invitation was actually for Kate Fox, the Social Anthropologist who wrote the book Watching the English.

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