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Background to Anthropology (LGBT)

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Cultural relativism and ethnocentrism are often used in anthropology as contrasting attitudes or points of view. You are encouraged to explore them more on the web, then discuss how they function in observing other cultures, and other forms of sexuality in particular. How did they inform attitudes present during the time of Ruth Benedict (1887-1948) and Margaret Mead (1901-1978) as outlined in the above linked article Anthropology?

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