- Physical anthropology (looking at what makes homo sapiens biologically different)
- Archaeology (what artefacts and physical remnants of the past say about our history/culture)
- Linguistic anthropology (what our unique way of communicating says about humanity)
- Social &/or cultural anthropology (how human societies differ from each other due to cultural systems)
- Psychological anthropology (focussing on the relationships between culture, social structure, and the human being as a person)
Whether you’re already adopting an anthropological approach to your social work practice, or firmly believe in the differences between these two areas, we are here for you. One Stop Social are a community of practitioners who work together to develop the future of social work, and your voice matters to us in this mission. We want to champion the causes that matter to you, celebrate your successes and have a positive impact on your working life however we can.
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