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Antropology of food: From local food to localised food.
Antropology of policy: critical perspectives on governance and power.
2001) Usos y funciones de la musica en The Antropology of music.
Immigration and Schooling: An Ethnohistorical Account of Policy and Family Perspectives in an Urban Community" Antropology & Education Quarterly 22 (4): 300-325.
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The antropology of food and body: gender, meaning and power.
BATESON, Gregory (1972): Steps to an Ecology of Mind: Collected Essais in Antropology, Psychiatry, Evolution and Epistemology, Balantine Books, New York.
We apologize to our readers and the antropology Javier Andres Sandoval Andrade because in the Vol 15 Issue 2 year 2011 in the Earth Science Research Journal (ESRJ) published the article entitled "Quaternary dating by electron spin resonance (ESR) applied to human tooth enamel" which there is an incorrect footnote in the Figure 1 as it is not quoted from (Groot, 1992), but it is taken from the undergraduate thesis entitled DATACION DE RESTOS HUMANOS PREHISPANICOS A TRAVES DE ESMALTE DENTAL USANDO RESONANCIA PARAMAGNETICA ELECTRONICA (EPR) (2010).
Visual Antropology in Latin America Dossiers Introduction
That Event, This Memory: Notes on the Antropology of African Diasporas in he New World".