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Journal of the American Oriental Society 100:439–443. Boas's students drew on his conception of culture and cultural relativism to develop cultural anthropology in the United States. It takes account of the existence and potential significance of the variability and diversity of human beings, as both social and natural beings in space, place, and time. The participants dance in a circle, initially with a slow tempo and then gradually the dancers build up to a fast rhythm. Are they historically and culturally exclusive?

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