Social anthropology is the study of patterns of behaviour in human societies and cultures. It is the dominant constituent of anthropology throughout the United Kingdom and Commonwealth and much of Europe,  where it is distinguished from cultural anthropology. The term cultural anthropology is generally applied to ethnographic works that are holistic in spirit, are oriented to the ways in which culture affects individual experience, or aim to provide a rounded view of the knowledge, customs, and institutions of a people. Social anthropology is a term applied to ethnographic works that attempt to isolate a particular system of social relations such as those that comprise domestic life, economy, law, politics, or religion, give analytical priority to the organizational bases of social life, and attend to cultural phenomena as somewhat secondary to the main issues of social scientific inquiry. Topics of interest for social anthropologists have included customs , economic and political organization, law and conflict resolution, patterns of consumption and exchange , kinship and family structure, gender relations , childbearing and socialization , religion , while present-day social anthropologists are also concerned with issues of globalism , ethnic violence, gender studies , transnationalism and local experience, and the emerging cultures of cyberspace ,  and can also help with bringing opponents together when environmental concerns come into conflict with economic developments.
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