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The culture history school was rooted in a functionalist approach to culture materials and sought an expression of unity between the various patterns, traits, and customs within a particular culture. Copyright © 2010 by Pearson Education Canada. of Southeast Asia banned the practice of headhunting. seem like a good thing, but its cessation had disas- force of contemporary cultural change. Like other leading contemporaries, he was trained in law, not economics.

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