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The multidisciplinary study of the nature of man, focusing on the comparison of cross-cultural differences and human behavior. Anthropologists place particular emphasis on participant observation and surveying, in order to collect and compare a wide range of research data. Cultural anthropology, which is one of the largest branches of anthropology, is the study of cultural variations and the impact of socio-economic factors on cultures, comparing regional cultural practices with universal human nature.

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