Who is Claude Lévi-Strauss
Claude comes from a Jewish family of intellectuals and artists, so it is not surprise that he became an anthropologist, and a famous one too. Claude used to live in Alsace, France. There, he joined the socialist party in Paris. He was then interested in Marx and his ideology called Marxism. He was given the role of leading the Socialist Party Study Group and would take the role of Secretary General of Social Studies (Famous Scientists).
What did Claude Lévi-Strauss contribute to anthropology
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2. Claude Levi-Strauss – Famous Scientists. (n.d.). Retrieved March 10, 2015.
3. Structural Anthropology Chapter II. (n.d.). Retrieved March 10, 2015.