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Table of Contents
|Part I:THE STUDY OF HUMANKIND|
|1. The Nature of Anthropology|
|2. Methods of Studying the Human Past|
|3. Biology and Evolution|
|Part II:PRIMATE EVOLUTION AND THE EMERGENCE OF THE HOMININES|
|4. Monkeys, Apes, and Humans: The Modern Primates|
|5. Fossil Primates|
|6. The Earliest Hominines|
|Part III:EVOLUTION OF THE GENUS HOMO AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF EARLY HUMAN CULTURE|
|7. Homo habilis and Cultural Origins|
|8. Homo erectus and the Emergence of Hunting and Gathering|
|9. Archaic Homo sapiens and the Middle Paleolithic|
|10. Homo sapiens and the Upper Paleolithic|
|Part IV:HUMAN BIOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL EVOLUTION SINCE THE OLD STONE AGE|
|11. Cultivation and Domestication|
|12. The Rise of Cities and Civilization|
|13. Modern Human Diversity|
|Part V:CULTURE AND SURVIVAL: COMMUNICATING, RAISING CHILDREN, AND STAYING ALIVE|
|14. The Nature of Culture|
|15. Language and Communication|
|16. Growing Up Human|
|17. Patterns of Subsistence|
|18. Economic Systems|
|Part VI:THE FORMATION OF GROUPS: SOLVING THE PROBLEM OF COOPERATION|
|19. Sex and Marriage|
|20. Family and Household|
|21. Kinship and Descent|
|22. Grouping by Sex, Age, Common Interest, and Class|
|Part VII:THE SEARCH FOR ORDER: SOLVING THE PROBLEM OF DISORDER|
|23. Political Organization and the Maintenance of Order|
|24. Culture and the Supernatural|
|25. The Arts|
|Part VIII: CHANGE AND THE FUTURE: SOLVING THE PROBLEM OF ADJUSTING TO CHANGED CONDITIONS|
|26. Cultural Change|
|27. Anthropology and the Future|