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Sociocultural anthropology

Sociocultural anthropology is a portmanteau used to refer to social anthropology and cultural anthropology together. This is however a major of study that can be linked together in some universities such as Boston University. However, mostly they are separated because of their different focuses.

The rubric cultural anthropology is generally applied to

Further reading

  1. ^ "Anthropology for beginners: Social and cultural anthropology". Retrieved 18 March 2014.  Academic blog post explaining the similarities/differences between social and cultural anthropology.

References

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