The French in the United States: An Ethnograpic Study

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Students carry out ethnographic field research in a local community group under faculty supervision. When he finished with the directions he made his way back to the supply cupboard to retrieve the potion components. Everyone, including anthropologists, knows that biological variation exists. Yes, but most job descriptions have some mention of diversity goals -- however it does seem to be highlighted here rather than any other deisred specialization.

Pages: 184

Publisher: Praeger (March 30, 2002)


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