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They may also wish to see a sample of writing, such as a thesis, as part of their application process. Culture shock consists of persistent feelings of uneasiness, has shifted from one culture to a different one. So I'm not imposing any decision on you ... After briefly considering the idea of economy in anthropological perspective, we divide our account into three historical periods. The inhabitants of the tiny Polynesian island of Tikopia recognize that their social system is composed of social groups called patio; the Nuer of the Sudan recognize groups called thok dwiel; the Kachin of northern Burma recognize groups called amyu; the Chinese recognize groups called tsung-tsu; and so on.

Pages: 440

Publisher: Cambridge University Press (December 2, 2010)

ISBN: 1108017517

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