Social-anthropology



noun
1.
cultural anthropology.
cultural anthropology
noun
1.
the branch of anthropology dealing with the origins, history, and development of human culture, and including in its scope the fields of archaeology, ethnology, and ethnography.
cultural anthropology
noun
1.
the branch of anthropology dealing with cultural as opposed to biological and racial features
social anthropology
noun
1.
the branch of anthropology that deals with cultural and social phenomena such as kinship systems or beliefs, esp of nonliterate peoples
cultural anthropology
(kŭl’chər-əl)
The branch of anthropology that studies the development of human cultures based on ethnographic, linguistic, social, and psychological data. Compare physical anthropology.

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