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Such anthropologists tend to reject the concept that social systems seek integration and “equilibrium.” Instead they propose a more “dynamic” interpretation of traditional societies and emphasize the role played therein by tensions and conflicts. The appointment carries permanent tenure and may be at the rank of either Professor or Associate Professor, depending upon the individual’s qualifications and experience.

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