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Predicting 9% of educational achievement from DNA is quite good. It is not easy to see what is anthropological about the indigenous critique of American societies, when the term ‘ethnography’ is also used by geographers, sociologists and literary critics. Both economics and anthropology had experienced major changes since the 1870s. A person that is cultured has knowledge of and is a patron of the arts. D58 1993 tapes 2-3 + booklet Divided we stand [videorecording] / BBC Education producer, Chris Hale.

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