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The Business End of Anthropology: A Student’s Exploration of a Culture of Commerce

Shannon Gray

On scores of occasions and in every situation, the string of queries leading to the Inevitable One begins: “What do you do? What are you going to school for? Business and what? What are you going to do with THAT?” Business and anthropology are two words hardly ever used in the same sentence, and yet I’m planning to make a career out of both of them. “Are you crazy?” is the next question (usually) unspoken, and yet barely under the surface.

High Plains Applied Anthropologist No. 1, Vol. 25, Spring, 2005 pp 106-107

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