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Posts from the ‘Social Cultural Anthropology’ category

Social Cultural Anthropologists examine social patterns and practices across cultures, with a special interest in how people live in particular places and how they organize, govern, and create meaning. A hallmark of sociocultural anthropology is its concern with similarities and differences, both within and among societies, and its attention to race, sexuality, class, gender, and nationality. Research in sociocultural anthropology is distinguished by its emphasis on participant observation.

Changing Global Economies

For decades, investors in advanced economies (AEs) have shaped the evolution of global markets. Research shows that advanced economy investors tend to hold diversified portfolios that…

Mandate of the Intellectual

Recently, a PhD educated, cultural researcher for a Canadian magazine contacted me about Perspectives’ focus on “open-access publishing, public accessibility and seeking a broad readership while…

Lecture series

Perspectives in Anthropology welcomes you to explore our new Lecture Series where you can discover a wide range of topics, each with a unique perspective and…

The Art of Capoeira

There are many holidays celebrated in the city of Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. And on almost every occasion, you can see practitioners of Capoeira displaying their art…

Documentary Series

Some of you may be interested in knowing that Perspectives in Anthropology will be featuring a series of online anthropology documentaries. Many of these documentaries are…

The Rational Optimist

Frank S. Robinson's blog on life, society, politics, and philosophy

Hiking Photography

Beautiful photos of hiking and other outdoor adventures.

NZSAC Blog

Group Blog of the New Zealand South Asia Centre

stadtnomadin

experimentations with the ordinary

cameron's round corner

Simple Solutions for Living Well

LeadẄynn

The Anthropology of Business: Continuity & Change