Global Sociology

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Abstract: The role of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in studying infectious disease outbreaks is explained. Prerequisites: upper-division standing and ANAR 153. He worked on a remote group of Pacific islands, The Trobriands, and lived for long periods among the people he was studying and made their lives intelligible to the West. 1990. 52 min. Third, the concepts of social structure developed by social anthropol�ogists have opened an important new door for understanding the pro�cesses of religious change.

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Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 3 edition (November 2, 2012)


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