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Ethnographic methods are to ethnological methods as: (Points : 1) the humanities are to the sciences. fieldwork is to laboratory experiments. description is to comparison. nature is to culture.
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Ethnocentrism refers to: (Points : 1) the need to focus on another society’s problems. the judging of another culture in terms of your own. the view that your own society is inferior to others. the view that people’s ideal behavior is better than their real behavior.
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The type of anthropology that provides assistance for the community being studied is: (Points : 1) physical anthropology. historic anthropology. action anthropology. linguistic anthropology.
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The type of anthropology that provides assistance for the community being studied is ACTION ANTHROPOLOGY.

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All of the following are subfields of anthropology except: (Points : 1) physical anthropology. archaeology. historic anthropology. cultural anthropology.
Weegy: All of the following are subfields of Anthropology except: historic anthropology. User: Examining the daily activities of a people is called: (Points : 1) temporal anthropology. time allocation. spatial allocation. spatial anthropology. Weegy: Examining the daily activities of a people is called: time allocation. User: Anthropologists believe that to be valid, theories about humans: (Points : 1) must be formulated from an emic perspective. must be formulated from a comparative perspective. must be formulated from a purely biological perspective. must be confirmed with fieldwork in a specific society. (More)
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