What Is Applied Anthropology?

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Applied anthropology focuses on using the theories, methods and ethnographic findings of anthropology to solve some of the problems of humans.
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Applied anthropology refers to the application of method and theory in anthropology to the analysis and solution of practical problems. Examples of questions that an applied anthropologist
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Applied anthropology is the combination of method and theory in this science. Usually, you need to use it to find solutions to practical problems. A good example would be trying to find the missing link.
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Anthropology is the study of humans in any time period, used to gather data on past or present culture, technology, philosophies and science. Applied anthropology ...
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