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Methodological relativism
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Methodological relativism

Methodological relativism refers to a stance by Anthropologists who are concerned with describing actual human behavior in which the researcher suspends or brackets his or her own cultural biases while attempting to understand beliefs and behaviors in their local contexts.

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