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This led anthropologists to investigate blood differences among the races. Her gies, the culture of the colonizers themselves, and their impact on indigenous Javanese culture. Several Great Andamanese people use for them. one corner of Little Andaman Island. than arrow-range of their shore. Her work spans the subjects of sexuality, pornography, and maternal labor to the globalization of... Cultural Sur- sify their means of livelihood. difference as well as similarity, and address questions that crosscut theoretical (and national) borders.

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