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anthropologist

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Code

2632.1

Description

Anthropologists research all aspects of life pertaining to humans. They study the various civilisations that have existed along the time and their ways of organisation. They attempt to analyse the physical, societal, linguistic, political, economical, philosophical, and cultural aspects of different people. The aim of their studies is to understand and describe the past of humanity and solve topical societal problems. They explore different perspectives such as philosophical anthropology.

Alternative Labels

sociocultural anthropologist

anthropologue

linguistic anthropologist

cultural anthropologist

arts scientist

music scientist

anthropology research scientist

television scientist

biological anthropologist

cultural scientist

social anthropologist

forensic anthropologist

anthropologist

gender scientist

musicology scientist

movie scientist

theatre scientist

art sciences scientist

ethnologist

archaeological anthropologist

Regulatory Aspect

To see if and how this occupation is regulated in EU Member States, EEA countries or Switzerland please consult the Regulated Professions Database of the Commission. Regulated Professions Database:

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