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Elizabeth Stanfield
School/Organization/Current anthropological attachment
University College London
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At 3:56am on June 11, 2012, Temesgen Bekele said…

I want to know more about  1.the  contribution of Marx or Marxian perspective to the development of economic anthropology. 2.cultural ecology and how it is differs from environmental determinisim and possiblisim interms of culture -environment nexus. 3. the difference between substantivist and formalist thinking by economic/ subsistence system.

thankyou for your cooperation.

At 7:57am on January 29, 2010, Nold Egenter said…
You write:
A1:
"how might architectural building codes/ regulations
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B1:
impact relationships and understandings
of what is seen as normal
in the American home?"

C1:
how might relationships and understandings
of what is seen as normal
in the American home
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D1:
impact architectural building codes/ regulations?

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A2:
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B2: (English home)

C2: (English home)
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D2:

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A3 (Mexican)

etc.

A7 (German)

etc. etc. etc.

An (Pongid temporary nightcamp)

A long research project!
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I think anthropology must be deep rooted to be efficient!

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PS: I have been looking at the UCL website: highly interesting programs for someone (like me) who works with material culture ('architecture') as structural program of material culture.
E.g.: Under material culture UCL has: "Architecture, space and the built environment"
(rarely to be seen in other edu-systems!)
 
 
 

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