The essay geekAssignment:1. Discuss the major explanations for the similarities and differences among humans and their societies and how a
check your spelling.Assignment:1. Discuss the major explanations for the similarities and differences among humans and their societies and how anthropology is used to study these. Use specific examples in your answer. 2. Compare and contrast the two dimensions of cultural anthropology: ethnography and ethnology. How are these related? In your opinion are they both equally useful? Explain your answer.3. Explain the four major subfields of general anthropology. How do they relate to each other? What does each contribute to the broader field of general anthropology?4. Relationships with biology society culture and language link anthropology to many other specific fields in both the sciences and humanities. Give several examples of these fields both in the sciences and the humanities and discuss how they relate to anthropology. 5. The American Anthropological Association has formally acknowledged that anthropology serves a public service role. 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