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anthropological

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pertaining or relating to anthropology, or the natural history of man: as, anthropological facts; the Anthropological Society.

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  • adjective Relating to anthropology.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective of or concerned with the science of anthropology

Etymologies

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anthropology +‎ -ical

Examples

  • I like the term anthropological SF much better which I have also seen used for the series.

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  • I'm one of those who finds the word "culture" more a hindrance than a help in anthropological inquiry.

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  • Betty has à master degree in anthropological Geography And I have à degree in international relations.

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  • But that kind of remark suggests, at least to me, that he shared with Sibley a certain anthropological illiteracy, as well as a tendency to erect straw men.

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  • But that kind of remark suggests, at least to me, that he shared with Sibley a certain anthropological illiteracy, as well as a tendency to erect straw men.

    The decline of the West

  • As a Japanese female having engaged in long-term anthropological fieldwork in African rural areas I suggest the OP might consider a much wider audience and context in which the products might be consumed than as suggested in 1. or 2.

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  • Even more compelling, long-term anthropological studies initiated at Harvard in the 1980s show that teenage turmoil begins to appear in societies within a few years after those societies adopt Western schooling practices and are exposed to Western media.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • I know of no single instance in anthropological literature of a community where illegitimate children, that is children of unmarried girls, would enjoy the same social treatment and have the same social status as legitimate ones.

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  • I know of no single instance in anthropological literature of a community where illegitimate children, that is children of unmarried girls, would enjoy the same social treatment and have the same social status as legitimate ones.

    Archive 2005-03-06

  • Even more compelling, long-term anthropological studies initiated at Harvard in the 1980s show that teenage turmoil begins to appear in societies within a few years after those societies adopt Western schooling practices and are exposed to Western media.

    Erudition

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