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Border People: Life and Society in the U.S.-Mexico

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And when they sat down for breakfast, and nobody sat down beside her or addressed her throughout the meal. Thus the basic method of anthropology has been the comparative method, and such basic approaches as cultural evolutionism and environmentalism were attempts to account for cultural similarities and differences by some single variable. So it is clear I have strong disagreements with the way cultural anthropology as a scholarly field is organized and oriented.

Pages: 352

Publisher: University of Arizona Press (May 1, 1994)

ISBN: 0816514143

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