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The hybridization is the mixing of orbitals of same atom only. That is, art forms such as theater also involve sight and sound sensory perceptions, and additionally they take place within a real space and a real temporality. What is already global can not logically be globalised: therefore there is no globalisation, in the widely used sense. One task the anthropologist clearly might undertake is to simply describe the table manners of that tribe—to describe the different categories into which members of the tribe place actions at the table, and to say which sorts of actions fall into which categories.

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Publisher: Marion Boyars Publishers Ltd (March 1977)

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