The essence of anthropologyWilliam A. Haviland | Harald E. L. Prins | Dana Walrath | Bunny McBride Edition statement:Fourth edition Publication: Boston, MA Cengage Learning , 2016 Physical details: xxviii, 386 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm ISBN: 9781305258983; 1305258983.
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1. Thinking and Doing Anthropology. 2. Biology, Genetics, and Evolution. 3. Living Primates. 4. Human Evolution. 5. The Neolithic Revolution. 6. The Emergence of Cities and States. 7. Modern Human Diversity -- Race and Racism. 8. Characteristics of Culture. 9. Language and Communication. 10. Social Identity, Personality, and Gender. 11. Subsistence and Exchange. 12. Sex, Marriage, and Family. 13. Kinship and Other Forms of Grouping. 14. Politics, Power, and Violence. 15. Spirituality and Religion. 16. Global Changes and the Role of Anthropology.
Filled with examples, this title brings to life anthropology's key concepts and their relevance to today's complex world. It is packed with learning tools that demonstrate major concepts, offer interesting examples of anthropology's relevance to daily life, and guide your study to help you retain what you read.