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Boas's students drew on his conception of culture and cultural relativism to develop cultural anthropology in the United States. I've applied for three of four jobs now that request multiple documents in the AAA Career Center Ad, but when I get to dropping these files into the online college or university jobs website, the job appears to request different documents. Anthropology was dominated in the latter 19th century by a linear conception of history, in which all human groups were said to pass through specified stages of cultural evolution, from a state of "savagery" to "barbarism" and finally to that of "civilized man" (i.e., western European man).

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Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 1st ed. 2012 edition (January 9, 2016)

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