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DVD 8351; Video/C 7468 Gestures from different cultures around the world are explored. Current terms that attempt to capture varieties of cultural change related to globalization include hybridization (cultural mixing into a new form) and localization (appropriation and adaptation of a global form into a new, locally meaningful form). The scientific value of such research apart, work in the applied field also offered to many anthropologists the purely human satisfaction of aiding backward peoples in their struggle to meet and master the forces of Western civilization.

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Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing Inc. (October 22, 2015)

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