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January 17, 2023
The Concealed Utility of Theory In Business
GETTING THINGS DONE: THE CONCEALED UTILITY OF THEORY IN THE WORK OF PRACTICING ANTHROPOLOGISTS A major driving force in the call for anthropology in business…
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January 17, 2023
The (so-called) Quantitative-Qualitative Divide
Having A Picnic Users and consumers of products, services, and systems experience these across cultural, social, psychological, and physical dimensions. Accordingly, there are a wide…
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January 17, 2023
Anthropological Voice As An Imperative And The Ethical Issues of Loyalty
For most anthropologists, working in business isn’t just a career choice but an opportunity to utilize the anthropological perspective within a pervasive and powerful arena…
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January 17, 2023
Businesses As Communities of Practice and Maintaining the Anthropological Perspective from Within
MAKING SENSE OF THE WORLD: THE IMPLICIT THEORIES AND LANGUAGE PRACTICES OF BUSINESS Work within advanced economies is conducted by a wide range of engineers,…
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January 17, 2023
The Enduring Value of Anthropology For Business
A LOSING PROPOSITION Throughout the years many fields outside of anthropology have integrated ethnography as part of their disciplinary practice. However, even while utilizing it…
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October 31, 2022
Deadlines and Cycles
BEING PRODUCTIVE One of the most universally experienced realities for professionals working within business contexts is the strict organization of every activity according to predetermined…
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December 2, 2020
Extending Durkheim To Accommodate A Globalized World
Since its first theoretical inception by Edward Burnett Tylor in 1873, the concept of culture has been described as a complex whole with a unifying…
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December 2, 2020
A Comparative Analysis of The Curatorial Presentation of Mesoamerican Art at the North Carolina Museum of Art
The West Building at the North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA) contains a small collection of Mesoamerican artifacts dating from the Late Formative all the…
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