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Anthropological approach vs. other social scientists approach of study First assignment

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Department
Anthropology
Course
Anthropology 1025F/G
Professor
Linda Howie
Semester
Winter

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Komal Moondi Student Number 250576217 Anthropological approach vs other social scientists approach of studyAnthropologists have a very unique and thorough way of working They are precise in their research and spend years to obtain an accurate understanding of a specific culture or society thus differing from the approach undertaken by many other social scientists When reading history economics or politics books I find that facts and trends of the past result in understanding and forming conclusions for the future However the anthropological approach does not allow anthropologists to study the past and make conclusions for a society based on that information It takes years of living and working within a society and its members to try and understand their culture This requires anthropologists to adapt their values trends and furthermore even entire lifestyles in order to set a goo
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