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In anthropology, the term culture refers to: (Points : 1) biological traits shared by a population. the better things in life as these show you have class. the learned
behaviors, values, attitudes and beliefs shared by members of a population. the unique behavior of an individual in a society.
In anthropology, the term culture refers to: the learned behaviors, values, attitudes and beliefs shared by members of a population.
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User: The value of ethnographic data is based on authentic human relationships established over time. True or false

User: In anthropology, the term culture refers to: (Points : 1) biological traits shared by a population. the better things in life as these show you have class. the learned behaviors, values, attitudes and beliefs shared by members of a population. the unique behavior of an individual in a society.

Weegy: In anthropology, the term culture refers to: the learned behaviors, values, attitudes and beliefs shared by members of a population.





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