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Not until the 70s did anthropology find acceptance as an independent social science in the Iranian university system. New footage is combined with footage taken by Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson over fifty years ago to show the continuation of the tradition. Click to read on, plus more noteworthy student and alumni achievements! The irony here is that the comparable data revealed so much variability that existing models proved demonstrably inadequate, and no consensus has emerged to replace them.

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Publisher: Yale University Press (October 1, 2001)

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