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All of the following are proper roles for applied anthropologists EXCEPT

A. identifying the needs for change that local people perceive.
B. working with people to design culturally appropriate and socially sensitive change.
C. placing the cultural values of local people above all others' cultural values.
D. protecting local people from harmful policies and projects that might threaten them.
E. working as participant observers, taking part in the events they study in order to understand local thought and behavior.

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Answer: C

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