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Mal·i·now·ski(măl′ə-nôf′skē, mä′lĭ-), Bronislaw Kasper 1884-1942.
Polish-born British anthropologist who maintained that customs and beliefs have specific social functions.
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(Biography) Bronislaw Kasper (brɔˈnislaf ˈkaspɛr). 1884–1942, Polish anthropologist in England and the US, who researched into the sexual behaviour of primitive people in New Guinea and Melanesia
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Ma•li•now•ski(ˌmæl əˈnɔf ski, -ˈnɒf-)
Bronislaw Kasper, 1884–1942, social anthropologist, born in Poland.
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