Conflicts over time and space in collective taxis in Cape Verde offer a novel anthropological perspective on the study of (im)mobility which has tended to focus more on long range, border crossing movements.
There's nothing like an everyday object to shine a spotlight on human cooperation-or lack thereof. A toilet brush and a human castle materialize our expectations of other human beings.
Gender has become such a mainstream word that in some contexts it has become a misplaced substitute for sex. It as if people feel that it is no longer safe or politically correct to say the word sex. So what is the difference between sex and gender?