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It has gained momentum through recent technological change, espe- Globalization does not spread evenly, and its inter- resentment among other cultural systems. R. (1931) 1948 The Social Organization of Australian Tribes. Another type of division particularly prominent in social and cultural anthropology is that between ethnography, the gathering and organization of observational data from the field, and ethnology, the theoretical subdiscipline that utilizes such information as its basic data.

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