Let’s learn about Field work for research
Fieldwork is the direct method of study in which a researcher goes into the field to interact with the people to whom he/ she wants to study. He/ she lives continuously for...
Relationship of Anthropology with other disciplines
Anthropology does not deal with a single subject. Anthropology is such field that relates to other subjects to deal with a given problem. That is why Anthropology is a broad-based study.
Forensic anthropology is an application of anatomical science (bones, skeletons etc.) of anthropology and its various sub-fields into legal matters. In 1976, T. D. Stewart (1901–1907) defined forensic anthropology as...
Introduction To Anthropology
The purpose of the article, Introduction to anthropology, is to provide a superficial description of anthropology so one can understand its concept. Anthropology is derived from two Greek words-
An Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology
Anthropology is the study of us. Our clothes, our homes, our bodies, how we talk, how we think, our past present future, and everything around us. One of the...
Coffee: A Brief History and Its Role in Today’s Society
Coffee has become a staple in many households and workplaces, providing a much-needed pick-me-up for millions of people around the world. It...
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TB as a Stigmatized Disease
Every year on 24 March World TB Day is observed across the world. The theme for World TB Day 2023 is "Yes,...
Deep fakes: The Growing Threat of Artificially Generated Misinformation
The term "deep fake" is self-explanatory. Deep here refers to deep learning by machines which is a type of Artificial Intelligence (AI)...
Anthropology in the Globalization era
Globalization is the phenomenon where interactions between people across the world become more frequent and easier. People living around the globe are...
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Book Review Post
This is the review post for the book- “Borrowed Breath: Woman Centered Polygamy Polyandry”. This is a non-fiction book written by Rhea...
Theories of the origin of the Family
A family is a group of people who are connected through marriage, blood or adoption. The family exists in all society. It is...
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