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REVIEW OF “FEEDING DESIRE BOOK” BY POPENOE
This paper is a review of work of Popenoe who is a social anthropologist interested in the fields of research and teaching in medical anthropology. The paper looks at her ideas which are based on culturally programmed individual the essay. The books study focuses on the Saharan in Niger located at West Africa whereby it revolves in the inter-cultural relationships enabling him to bring out various arguments as discussed in the essay.
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Table of contents
1.0 Introduction 1
1.1 Popenoe’s arguments 2
1.2 Conclusion 5
1.3 REFERENCES 6
Preview of the essay: REVIEW OF “FEEDING DESIRE BOOK” BY POPENOE
REVIEW OF “FEEDING DESIRE” BOOK BY POPENOE 1.0 Introduction Popenoe is a social anthropologist who is mainly interested in the fields of research and teaching in medical anthropology, but here we are mainly going to look much into her research work and particularly how individuals are programmed culturally to observe and experience, relationships and the body. Some of the researches that she has done among the people living in the Saharan found in a country known as Niger in the West ...
... Popenoe’s research is thorough and was carried out in a comprehensive manner, her widespread analysis, and the result is a most attention-grabbing as well as out of the ordinary and welcomes all the contributions to social studies of the body. From all the explanations that Peponoe has given out in the book although her research, I can say that I now understand anthropology and found that it is even more interesting in that I have obtained some more concepts of the study.
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