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A Social History of Anthropology in the United States. Census Bureau definitions. fields of anthropology - physical, linguistics, sociocultural, and archaeology. It includes language use (ever heard an older person misuse slang) and object use (how we use cultural artifacts), etc.    Edward Hall discusses this concept in his books The Silent Language (1959) and Hidden Dimensions (1966). Vidich, Arthur J.; Bensman, Joseph; and Stein, Maurice R. (editors) 1964 Reflections on Community Studies.

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