Identities at Work (Technical and Vocational Education and

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Prerequisites: upper-division standing or consent of instructor. Social anthropology drew from nineteenth-century British theorists such as Henry Sumner MAINE (1822 88), William Robertson SMITH (1846 94), and J. The MOA Centre for Cultural Research (CCR) undertakes research on world arts and cultures, and supports research activities and collaborative partnerships through a number of spaces. This understanding of culture confronts anthropologists with two problems: first, how to escape the unconscious bonds of one's own culture, which inevitably bias our perceptions of and reactions to the world, and second, how to make sense of an unfamiliar culture.

Pages: 407

Publisher: Springer; 2007 edition (March 20, 2007)

ISBN: 1402049889

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