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Who is Adam Kuper?
Adam Kuper is a British anthropologist most closely linked to the school of social anthropology. In his works, he often treats the notion of "culture" skeptically, focusing as much on how it is used as on what it means.
- also known as 亞當·庫帕
- born in (75 years ago) in South Africa
- nationality: United Kingdom
- profession: Anthropologist
- parent of Simon Kuper
- written works: "The invention of primitive society", "The Social Anthropology of Radcliffe-Brown", "The reinvention of primitive society", "L'Anthropologie britannique au XXe siècle", "The Chosen Primate", "Anthropology and anthropologists", "Conceptualising Society", "Culture", "The Social Science Encyclopedia", "Among the anthropologists", "Wives for cattle", "Kalahari village politics", "El Primate Elegido", "Ortodoxia y Tabú", "South Africa and the anthropologist", "Changing Jamaica"
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