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From the cultural anthropologist’s point of view, applied studies—that is, research meant to give practical aid and guidance to governments and other organizations—have in many ways been an undoubted gain. That makes them world’s longest running civilization. Any material that is not original must be carefully acknowledged, with specific attention paid to the acknowledgment and referencing of quotes. Culture exists, in a general way, as something that all humans have. Prerequisites: ANTH 2 (or equivalent) and any of the following: ANBI 116, 148, 159, 175; BIEB 164, 165, 166, 167.

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press (April 30, 1986)

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