Core Concepts in Cultural Anthropology

ISBN-10: 0073050458
ISBN-13: 9780073050454
Edition: 3rd 2007 (Revised)
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Book details

List price: $45.63
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

Offering an introduction to the basic ideas and practices of contemporary cultural anthropology, this book functions as an annotated bibliography of the terms and concepts that anthropologists use in their work. It will address the needs of anthropology professors who use ethnographies in their courses.

Preface
Features
What's New in the Third Edition?
Acknowledgments
Anthropology
An Anthropological Perspective
The Subfields of Anthropology
Is Anthropology a Science? Modernism, Postmodernism, and Beyond
Reflexive Anthropology
Culture
Culture Against Racism: The Early Twentieth Century
The Evolution of Culture
Culture and Symbolism
Ethnocentrism and Cultural Relativism
The Boundaries of Culture?
The Concept of Culture in a Global World: Problems and Practices
Culture: Contemporary Discussion and Debate
Culture: A Contemporary Consensus
Language
Studying Language: A Historical Sketch
The Building Blocks of Language
Language and Culture
Language and Society
Discourse
Language Contact and Change
Culture and the Individual
From Individualism to Agency
Culture and Personality
Enculturation
The Self
Cognition and Cognitive Anthropology
Cognitive Styles
Emotion
Religion, Worldview, and Art
Religion
Myth
Ritual
Magic and Witchcraft
Religious Practitioners
Change in Religious Systems
Art
The Dimensions of Social Organization
What Is Social Organization?
Dimensions of Social Organization
Caste and Class
Race
Ethnicity
Gender
Sexual Preference
Political Anthropology
Power
Political Ecology and Political Economy
Disputes and Dispute Resolution
Forms of Political Organization
Social Stratification
Forms of Political Activity
Status and Role
Social Control and Law
Nationalism and Hegemony
Economic Anthropology
The "Arts of Subsistence"
Subsistence Strategies
Explaining the Material Life Processes of Society
Modes of Exchange
Production, Distribution, and Consumption
Mode of Production
Peasants
Consumption
Kinship and Descent
Kinship vs. Biology
Descent
Bilateral Descent
Unilineal Descent
Kinship Terminologies
Marriage and Family
What Is Marriage?
Whom to Marry and Where to Live
How Many Spouses?
Marriage as Alliance
Family
Globalization and the Culture of Capitalism
The Cultural Legacy of Colonialism
Analyzing Sociocultural Change in the Postcolonial World
Globalization
The Cultural Effects of Contact
Globalization, Citizenship, and Human Rights
Theory in Cultural Anthropology
Anthropology as Science
Nineteenth-Century Approaches
Early-Twentieth-Century Approaches
Mid-Twentieth-Century Approaches
Contemporary Debates
Reading Ethnography
The Parts of an Ethnography
The Use of Indigenous and Local Terms
The Photographs
Why Are You Reading This Ethnography (and How Should You Read It)?
Bibliography
Index

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