|  Cultural Anthropology  |  Overview

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Overview



Cultural Anthropology

No matter the subdiscipline, all anthropology involves fieldwork. The primatologist in the Tai rain forest, the ethnographer studying women's lives in a Japanese city, the linguist studying the dialects of English, the archaeologist on a dig–all anthropologists’ study through direct experience in the field. This section will focus on the field methods of the cultural anthropologist.

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