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Transcript of Symbolic Anthropology/Interpretivism
When structural shifts occur in society Social researchers have attempted to theoretically explain the nature of changing human societies which has resulted in the establishment of a number of social change theories Evolutionary Fuctionalist Conflict Structuralism Feminism Postmodernism SYMBOLIC ANTHROPOLOGY/INTERPRETIVE Each culture develops in their own unique, distinctive way. Therefore, anthropologists can analyse cultures by interpreting symbols and rituals Key Theorist: Clifford Geertz