In the new millennium, social anthropologists work and conduct research in a variety of places and with a greater variety of themes. While somebody studies the organisational culture of a multinational company in Europe and the US, another one focuses on gender and livelihood strategies among pastoralists in East Africa; someone writes about the meeting between the Swedish welfare state and immigrants from the Middle East and Latin America, another one focuses on journalists' work on a Indian newspaper. The researchers engage in fieldwork and participant observation, but also conduct formal interviews, analyse documents and the media, or use the internet in one way or another.

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