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Submission date: 25-Mar-2020 07:37AM (UTC-0500)
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Running Head: IMPORTANCE OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACH
Importance of Anthropological Approach
IMPORTANCE OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACH
Discuss the importance of the anthropological approach to studying culture, including
cultural relativism, the etic and emic perspective, and holism
Anthropology refers to the art of making the exotic familiar and familiar exotic.
Consequently, it has been described to be the main humanistic scientific of humanities and the
main humanistic of the sciences. Anthropology is the comparative study of human beings. All
together, anthropology explores human diversity and what all humans have in common.
Cultural relativism is a vital methodological tool necessary for studying the local lifeworlds on their terms. It gives the view that all societies differ qualitatively from each other and
have a distinct inner logic, hence its ambiguous to rank them. For instance, one cannot argue that
a community with large pieces of land is better than that with fewer. Cultural relativism is
requisite in anthropological attempts to comprehend cultures in more neutral terms. It is a
methodological tool and not an ethical principle. It ...
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