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What is Anthropology?
In the broadest sense, anthropology is the science and study of humankind. The discipline studies human beings in their biological, cultural and social aspects. Four major subdisciplines constitute the field in the United States:
The American Anthropological Association (AAA) is the largest professional anthropology society in the United States.
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