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Interest shifted from African peoples, who had occupied cultural anthropologists for a quarter of a century, to peoples in India, Southeast Asia, Latin America, and the Pacific Ocean islands. The preferred regional specialization for this position is sub-Saharan Africa. Sterk and Philippe Bourgois are two of the anthropologists that emphasize their relationships and the importance of gaining trust of their informants in their perspective articles studied.... [tags: Anthropology] Death in Ancient Egyptian Culture - Every individual experiences the act of death, and most persons experience the death of someone they know of.

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