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The results of this research were published in three volumes entitled Contemporary Change in Traditional Societies. Physical differences among human populations; an interest of physical anthopologies Subfield whose practitioners use anthropological methods, theories, and concepts to solve practical, real-world problems; practitioners are often employed by a government agency or private organization The assumption that any aspect of a culture is integrated with other aspects, so that no dimension of culture can be understood in isolation The attitude of opinion that the morals, values, and customs of one's own culture are superior to those of other peoples The interrelationships among the various components (elements, subsystems) of a cultural system The cultural tradition a group of people recognize as their own; the shared customs and beliefs that define how a group sees itself as distinctive Cultural differences characteristic of members of various ethnic groups, regions, religions, and so forth within a single society or country Ways in which the members of a culture divide up the natural and social world into categories, usually linguistically encoded The way people interpret reality and events, including how they see themselves relating to the world around them

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Publisher: Africa World Pr (July 2001)

ISBN: 0865439540

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