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Ken Anderson, the Intel ethnographer, co-founded a conference called EPIC for corporate ethnographers. Attention to issues of race and gender is welcome, as are candidates with experience working with environmental scientists. The cost for each course is $1,200.00, plus a $39.96 fee per course. History and contemporary role of folk culture in the South as shown in ballads, folk tales, religion, and folk arts and crafts. (3). 405. Artisans can be rapidly displaced and replaced, vulnerable to the same invasive economies that made their work possible in the first place.

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