social anthropologist


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an anthropologist who studies such cultural phenomena as kinship systems

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Her husband, a social anthropologist, was doing research.
It was the sort of talk I usually get asked to do, until it turns out the invitation was actually for Kate Fox, the Social Anthropologist who wrote the book Watching the English.
4) Characterisations of CEE ethnologies presented in the following paragraphs have been mainly derived from two sources: on the one hand, the writings of the social anthropologist Chris Hann (2002, 2003, 2005, 2012, 2013, 2014), and, on the other, of those CEE ethnologists/anthropologists who have responded with criticism to Western, mainly British and American, portrayals and dismissals of national ethnology in their own country or in CEE (Buchowski 2004, 2005; Baskar 2008; Kurti 2008; Kurti and Skalnik 2009a; Poblocki 2009).
We are gradually becoming more like other countries," said Aje Carlbom, a social anthropologist at Malmoe University.
The bathroom is a unique space in the home," said Dr John Curran, social anthropologist and author of the paper.
Igor Cherstich, a social anthropologist at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London University, has conducted extensive ethnographic research in Libya.
According to social anthropologist Jean Smith, who spent more than a decade looking at how men and women interact and recently completed a four-country comparison, she found that flirting was rare in Britain and people just give up easily and went home; New Yorkers get right down to business; Parisians take refuge in ornate but time-proven ritual.
Jean Smith, a social anthropologist specialising in relationships says: 'Most relationship problems start when people stop making an effort.
Although our athletes will no doubt be greeted by a sea of union flags and deafening roars if they take to the winner's podium, social anthropologist Kate Fox says this overtly patriotic response is peculiar to the world of sport.
But stones there were aplenty, as social anthropologist Haralan Alexandrov told BNT that people were profoundly indifferent to the doings of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church, which spoke out on issues only occasion-ally, and then to attack-variously--Harry Potter and the singer Madonna.
Which brings us back to how Bhatia curates the festival, with considerable help from his team that includes social anthropologist Vinod Joshi?
And yet, as social anthropologist Kate Fox found, drinking places in every culture have commonalities, acting as liminal zones where sociability relaxes the observance of status distinctions.
Social anthropologist Prof David Zeitlyn of the University of Kent says people prefer the kind of message used by Twitter and Facebook which can go to all contacts automatically.
Stanner (1905-1981) was and is a true intellectual giant both as a humanist and as a social anthropologist.
Sweetser, Social Anthropologist who called on him here on Tuesday.
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