The Culture of Science: How the Public Relates to Science

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Anthropology of religion, of ethnicity, and of education; history and theory of anthropology; African and African-inspired religions around... People who move all the time and have no permanent homes are called nomads or nomadic people. Sumner wished to create a comparative social science based on a “centrally located cross-cultural sample” (Tobin 1990:473). If this were the case, all cross-cultural comparison would be futile. They knew everything except their customers’ naked, innermost selves, and now they wanted ReD’s ethnographers to get them those, too.

Pages: 490

Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (September 23, 2011)

ISBN: 041587369X

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