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In a previous post, I wrote about some examples of how understanding culture can help you in international business situations. But it’s not only big businesses with international operations that need to consider culture. If you have a small business
In a previous post, I wrote about how some Anthropologists go into the UX field (User Experience), and apply their anthropological knowledge to UX. But this is not the only application of Anthropology to the real world. There are tons
In this blog post, I am continuing my series on “must watch” videos in Anthropology by sharing 25 “must watch” Cultural Anthropology videos that all focus on the topic of body art! For previous blog posts in this series, check
You might read the title of this blog post and think, how can Anthropology be useful in international business? Isn’t Anthropology digging up arrowheads and studying human bones? Well, yes, Anthropology includes these things, but Anthropology also includes the study
One of the many topics that Cultural Anthropology studies is economics. There is even a subfield of Cultural Anthropology called Economic Anthropology, and it studies the economic behavior of cultures around the world. One of the things Economic Anthropology focuses
Cultural Anthropology can give you insight into marketing in many ways. Cultural Anthropology can explain to marketing more about target customers since they will be different in different cultures. Consumers around the world are all different, and so there are
In this post, I’d like to share an A to Z list of Cultural Anthropology terms that you should know. I’m sharing one word that starts with each letter of the alphabet. Of course, there are many other important terms
In Cultural Anthropology, subsistence strategies are the ways that people obtain food from their environment. There are five basic subsistence strategies: foraging, pastoralism, horticulture, agriculture, and industrialism. I’ll talk a little about each of these strategies in this blog post.
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