Anthropology is the holistic and comparative study of people around the world. Anthropologists study both past and contemporary societies. Their studies may focus on the role of culture in human adaptations to economic, social, political, and environmental conditions. While anthropology began as the study of peoples in non-Western societies, today anthropologists bring their conceptual tools to bear on groups in all parts of the world, rural and urban, in local as well as global contexts.
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