Bula Pops!: A Memoir of a Son's Peace Corps Service in the

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Anthropologists seek an understanding of human kind in all its diversity. Students should be able to determine the relevance, objectivity, validity, and reliability of data or information. Crosscutting all of these configurations is a record of strength and continuing work in linguistic anthropology, feminist anthropology and gender and sexuality studies. Isham et al. (2002), Skrabski et al. (2003) and Staveren (2003) suggest a mix of these variables plus reciprocity norms.

Pages: 184

Publisher: FriesenPress (March 26, 2013)

ISBN: 1460210948

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