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ARCHAEOLOGICAL FINDINGS SHOW THAT THERE WERE ALSO SEVERAL SETTLEMENTS IN GERMANY. Theoretically, he advocated a functionalist interpretation, which examined how social institutions functioned to meet individual needs. Because there is not much water there are few food plants and food animals for Indians to find and eat in the desert. With special attention to the relationship between theory and data, this course deals with psychoanalytic approaches to the study of religion through a close examination of key ethnographic and historical studies of religious systems and experience.

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