Being Human An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Edition: 2nd 2001
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Description: For introductory courses in Cultural Anthropology. Unlike other introductory texts which often present anthropology as a checklist of facts to be memorized, this lively, innovative text presents cultural anthropology as an adventurefocusing on students' curiosity about their own participation in humanness, and incorporating the excitement of field discoveries throughout. Combining the features of an introductory text with the vitality of ethnographic accounts, it first presents the basic concepts relating to culture and social organization, applies them to specific cultures, and concludes with a survey of contemporary issues and contributions in the field of anthropology.
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List price: $103.80
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 12/6/2000
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.25" long x 1.00" tall
|The Human Perspective|
|We the People|
|People Looking at People|
|The Adventure of Anthropology|
|The Organization of Human Groups|
|The Political Economy|
|Culture in Its Material Context|
|Sex, Marriage, and Family Relationships|
|The Question of Meaning|
|Language and Symbols, Order and Chaos|
|The Nature of Human Nature|
|Natural and Supernatural Orders|
|Human Ways of Life|
|The Adventure of Anthropology Continues|
|The People We Study|
|The People We Are|