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It does make them part of the same culture. The word tribe has a special meaning when used to describe Indians, but more on that later. We would like to share reading resources and themes for teaching Museum Anthropology with our readers, who range from undergraduates to graduate students to practitioners. Biological races might exist among humans, without having any cultural significance: if, for example, people were settled in one place and only saw neighbors who looked just like them, then their definitions of social groups would probably not include a racial component. (This is a hard situation for us to imagine today, where we constantly see people from all around the world.) Similarly, people may use language that talks about physical features to divide people up into races, but that does not mean that membership in those races are necessarily based on those physical features.

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Publisher: Prickly Paradigm Press (July 15, 2009)

ISBN: 0976147564

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