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For political reasons, Soviet cultural anthropologists conducted their research in the tradition both of Marxist analysis and of a fairly rigid evolutionism. The essay should integrate into the discussion clear and explicit evidence of specific and relevant anthropological reading. Additional case studies are available via the Anthrobase website and others can be developed in wikibook format and integrated through links in this book.

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Publisher: Frontline Distribution International (February 1, 2000)

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