Answers of Self-Check (1/8)

It is helpful for your studies if you enjoy logical-abstract thinking and analysis of complex interrelationships. (TRUE)

SCA has a variety of theories and models to describe and explain the complex reality of cultural phenomena in societies. These explanatory approaches have emerged and developed over a long period of time. Within anthropological fieldwork, these approaches illuminate the interlocutor's lives from different, partly complementary, partly contradictory perspectives. SCA is not about finding final answers to questions, but rather "thinking with" different approaches and applying them to phenomena. In order to penetrate the argumentative structure of demanding texts and to be able to systematically compare different approaches with one another, logical, abstract thinking is necessary.

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