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What is anthropology ? anthropology is the study of human kind. Everywhere through out time people's behaviour. Different things common things what do anthropologists study ? Biological -also called physical -evolutionary development of humas as biological organisms -physicality and behaviour -apes-humans archaeologists -material culture linguistics -way language is used -for practicing deveoping and transmitting culture sociocultural -recent and contemporary culture how do they do it ? -observing, investigation, field work, excavations,how people use languages. Living with people for brief periods of time. Participating in activities first hand. People have depended on folklore and myths for where they have been. Anatomy and physiology anthropology is the most liberating of all sciences exposed fallcies of racial and cultural superiority. Why did it take so long for anthropology to appear ? It relates to the limits of human technology people bein
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