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Presenters will have between 15-30 minutes to present, with an audience-led question and answer session following the presentation. Anthropologists are still not invited to pass judgment on the merits of the projects in which their cooperation is sought, but these are in practice congenial to most of them in a way that moral-improvement policies often were not. There are also Hispanic and Asian subcultures within American culture. Neo-evolutionism The mid-twentieth-century revival of focus on the historical development of cultures and societies, as in the work of Leslie White and Julian Steward, which generally sought to repair the failings of nineteenth-century evolutionism by proposing specific processes and a “multilinear” path of change.

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Publisher: Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften; 1 edition (October 29, 2007)

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