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Francesco Oliverio commented on Maryann McCabe's group TIG on Business Anthropology
"Thank you. It is really interesting and inspiring. "
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Maryann McCabe commented on Maryann McCabe's group TIG on Business Anthropology
"I think many of us traditionally trained in anthropology initially felt some discomfort working with or in business, but you're right, we can do something with business and have a positive impact on organizations, their work processes and…"
Francesco Oliverio commented on Maryann McCabe's group TIG on Business Anthropology
"Let me make the reading easier. Thank you. I am glad to be a member. Business is a word I have avoided for long. It was like...  As anthopology student - or as an anthropologist? I don't know, I have been studying anthropology for almost…"

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Regulatory Measures South Africa Follows for Standardising the Quality of Foodstuffs

Are you heath conscious? Then we are sure that you do not prefer street foods because you consider them unhygienic. However, you might be startled to know that packed food that are sold at shopping malls and baby foods might contain inferior materials! Thus, there are chances of occurrence of dire health consequences like stomach infection, food poisoning, etc. as a result of consumption of these food stuffs. Nonetheless, it can never be regarded as a practical solution if you decide to stop…


Posted by Kaite Wright on November 23, 2015 at 8:15am

The Importance of Sleep for Bodybuilding

It is quite clear that no one can survive without any sleep. Sleep is what drives us forward and makes us go on, due to the fact that without it, we couldn’t function as normal human beings. Most people who are into bodybuilding believe that all you need for a good body is some exercise and a good nutrition; and they are right, those things are necessary, but are not the most important – sleep is the most important thing you need if you wish to do…


Posted by Kaite Wright on October 29, 2015 at 12:32am

Sweet Tooth or Fruity? The Top 10 Flavors Revealed

Vaping has become so popular, that the creators of it have invented new flavors to help people get the taste they want and vape the flavor they desire.  So, in order to help you choose between the various flavors out there, we have decided to give you the list of the top 10 vaping flavors. So, check them out, and see if one of them is a favorite of yours as well and become the smoke advisor.

1 – USA Flavor

This is the top vaping flavor…


Posted by Kaite Wright on October 28, 2015 at 2:58pm

ACHS 2016 CFP: Heritage and the Late Modern State

CFP:  Heritage and the Late Modern State


Association of Critical Heritage Studies Third Biennial Conference

Montreal, Canada | 6-10 June 2016



Session Title

Heritage and the Late Modern State…


Posted by Rich Hutchings on September 27, 2015 at 3:18am



Author: Gisele Maynard-Tucker

Center for the Study of Women, UCLA


Gender inequalities, violence between partners, sexual violence on campus, along with the lack of opportunities for women to reach high professional positions except for a privileged few, make me think of the ethnic societies I have been in contact for many years. I have seen that women are universally oppressed by persistent colonial and patriarchal inheritances.  In many…


Posted by SfAAadmin on September 20, 2015 at 9:30pm



CFP: Critical Heritage and TourismConferenceSociety for Applied Anthropology 76th Annual MeetingVancouver, British Columbia, Canada | March 29–April 2, 2016…Continue

Started by Rich Hutchings in SfAA 2016 Annual Meeting Discussions. Last reply by Alcira Forero-Pena Oct 27.

Invitation to Join our Panel---Roundtalbe Discusssion on Asylum Seeking Crisis at SfAA 2016 Vancouver

Invitation to Join our Roundtable Discussion on Asylum Seeking CrisisThe world is confronted with the largest migration crisis since World War II. Desperate migrants and asylum seekers are stuck in…Continue

Tags: practice, law, Asylum, and, Refugees

Started by ChorSwang Ngin in SfAA General Discussion Forum Oct 7.

Applied social science research and historic preservation?

I am looking for kindred spirits -- academics or practitioners who are using some form of social science research (e.g., ethnography, case studies, surveys, grounded theory, participatory research)…Continue

Tags: applied, social, science, practice, landscapes

Started by Jeremy Wells in SfAA General Discussion Forum Sep 30.

CFP: Fieldworker’s Insights on Resettlement: Policy, Service Provision and Home-making

CFP: Fieldworker’s Insights on Resettlement: Policy, Service Provision and Home-making The UN reports that at the end of 2014, 59.5 million persons were forcibly displaced, an increase from prior…Continue

Tags: displacement, refugee

Started by Pilapa Esara Carroll in SfAA 2016 Annual Meeting Discussions Sep 24.




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