The Wari culture, a pre-Inca Middle Horizon civilization that thrived in the south-central Andes and coastal region of present-day Peru from roughly AD 500 to AD 1000, was considered to have built the site as a royal cemetery.
Action theory is a branch of anthropology that looks at the ways in which humans interact with their environment. It examines the ways in which people act on the world around them, and how their actions are shaped by their culture and environment.
Acculturation can be studied at the level of the individual, where it refers to the process of learning a new culture, or at the group level, where it refers to changes in a community’s shared values and norms.
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