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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
As I mentioned in a previous post, Medical Anthropology is the anthropological study of health and illness. This subfield of anthropology consists of five basic approaches. Note: Some textbooks merge some of these approaches into just three, but I was
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
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 would like to share more information about Anthropological research methods. In a previous blog post, I explained how Cultural Anthropologists study culture. And, in another post, I explained how to do ethnographic surveys. Also, I talked
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