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Social anthropology is the study of all peoples everywhere — what they make, what they do, what they think and how they organise their social relationships and societies.
They also compare different cultures and societies to explore their similarities and differences, to test the generalisations of historians, social scientists and philosophers, and to produce theories of how best to study and understand human nature.
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What is SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY? What does SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY mean?
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