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Table of Contents

Preface xxi
Acknowledgments xxix
Putting the World in Perspective xxx
PART I THE STUDY OF HUMANKIND 2(84)
The Nature of Anthropology
4(28)
The Development of Anthropology
7(1)
Frank Hamilton Cushing (1857--1900), Matilda Coxe Stevenson (1849--1915)
7(1)
Anthropology and the Other Sciences
8(1)
The Discipline of Anthropology
8(1)
Anthropology Applied: Forensic Anthropology
9(6)
Physical Anthropology
10(1)
Cultural Anthropology
10(2)
Archaeology
12(1)
Linguistic Anthropology
13(1)
Ethnology
14(1)
Original Study: Encountering Environmentalism in Rural Costa Rica
15(4)
Anthropology and Science
19(6)
Franz Boas (1858--1942), Fredric Ward Putnam (1839--1915), John Wesley Powell (1834--1902)
21(1)
Difficulties of the Scientific Approach
21(2)
Comparison in Anthropology
23(1)
George Peter Murdock (1897--1985)
24(1)
Anthropology and the Humanities
25(1)
Questions of Ethics
26(1)
Anthropology and Contemporary Life
26(4)
Chapter Summary
30(1)
Classic Readings
31(1)
Methods of Studying the Human Past
32(26)
Methods of Data Recovery
34(2)
The Nature of Fossils
35(1)
Original Study: Whispers from the Ice
36(4)
Sites and Fossil Localities
40(4)
Site and Locality Identification
41(2)
Site and Locality Excavation
43(1)
Archaeological Excavation
43(1)
Anthropology Applied: Cultural Resource Management
44(4)
Excavation of Fossils
46(1)
State Of Preservation of Archaeological and Fossil Evidence
47(1)
Sorting Out the Evidence
48(6)
Dating the Past
51(1)
Methods of Relative Dating
52(1)
Methods of Chronometric Dating
52(2)
Chance and the Study of the Past
54(2)
Chapter Summary
56(1)
Classic Readings
57(1)
Biology and Evolution
58(28)
The Classification of Living Things
60(1)
The Discovery of Evolution
61(3)
Charles R. Darwin (1809--1882)
63(1)
Original Study: The Unsettling Nature of Variational Change
64(1)
Heredity
65(4)
The Transmission of Genes
65(1)
Genes
66(2)
Gregor Mendel (1822--1884)
68(1)
Chromosomes
68(1)
Anthropology Applied: The Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications of the Human Genome Project
69(4)
Cell Division
70(2)
Polygenetic Inheritance
72(1)
Populations Genetics
73(1)
The Stability of the Population
73(1)
Evolutionary Forces
74(5)
Mutation
74(2)
Genetic Drift
76(1)
Gene Flow
76(1)
Interspecies Gene Transfer
77(1)
Natural Selection
77(2)
Adaptation
79(4)
The Case of Sickle-Cell Anemia
80(3)
Conclusion
83(1)
Chapter Summary
84(1)
Classic Reading
85(1)
PART II PRIMATE EVOLUTION AND THE EMERGENCE OF THE HOMININES 86(82)
Monkeys, Apes, and Humans: The Modern Primates
88(30)
The Primate Order
90(2)
Characteristics
92(8)
The Primate Brain
92(1)
Primate Sense Organs
93(1)
Primate Dentition
94(1)
The Primate Skeleton
95(3)
Reproduction and Care of Young
98(1)
Establishing Evolutionary Relationships
99(1)
Modern Primates
100(4)
Strepsirhines
100(1)
Haplorhines
100(1)
Tarsiers
101(1)
New World Monkeys
101(1)
Old World Monkeys
101(1)
Small and Great Apes
102(2)
The Social Behavior of Primates
104(6)
The Group
104(1)
Jane Goodall (B. 1934)
105(1)
Individual Interaction
105(1)
Sexual Behavior
106(3)
Play
109(1)
Communication
109(1)
Home Ranges
109(1)
Anthropology Applied: Primate Conservation
110(3)
Learning
110(1)
Use of Objects as Tools
111(1)
Hunting
112(1)
The Question of Culture
113(1)
Original Study: The Culture of Chimpanzees
113(3)
Primate Behavior and Human Evolution
115(1)
Chapter Summary
116(1)
Classic Reading
117(1)
Macroevolution and the Early Primates
118(26)
Speciation
120(5)
Isolating Mechanisms
120(2)
Divergence and Convergence
122(1)
Linear Evolution
123(1)
The Nondirectedness of Evolution
123(2)
Early Mammals
125(1)
Rise of the Primates
126(7)
Paleocene Primates
127(1)
Eocene Primates
128(1)
Oligocene Monkeys and Apes
129(1)
Miocene Apes
130(3)
Original Study: Will the Real Human Ancestor Please Stand Up?
133(4)
Miocene Apes and Human Origins
137(4)
Hominoid Adaptations and Late Miocene Climatic Change
138(3)
Early Apes and Human Evolution
141(1)
Early Primate: Evolution: an Overview
141(1)
Chapter Summary
142(1)
Classic Readings
143(1)
The Earliest Hominines
144(24)
Australopithecus
146(11)
Gracile Australopithecines
147(7)
Robust Australopithecines
154(1)
Louis S. B. Leakey (1903--1972), Mary Leakey (1913--1996)
155(2)
Australopithecine Predecessors
157(2)
Environment, Diet, and Australopithecine Origins
159(3)
Humans Stand on Their Own Two Feet
161(1)
Original Study: The Naked and the Bipedal
162(4)
Chapter Summary
166(1)
Classic Readings
167(1)
PART III EVOLUTION OF THE GENUS HOMO AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF EARLY HUMAN CULTURE 168(98)
Humo habilis and Cultural Origins
170(22)
Early Representatives of the Genus Homo
172(4)
Relations Between Homo Habits and Australopithecus
174(2)
Lower Paleolithic Tools
176(5)
Olduvai Gorge
176(2)
Oldowan Tools
178(3)
Tools, Meat, and Brains
181(1)
Original Study: Cat in the Human Cradle
181(6)
Adrienne Zihlman (B. 1940)
185(2)
The Earliest Signs of Culture: Tools
187(2)
Cooperation and Sharing
189(1)
Language Origins
190(1)
Chapter Summary
190(1)
Classic Reading
191(1)
Homo erectus and the Emergence of Hunting and Gathering
192(24)
Homo Erectus Fossils
194(6)
Homo erectus from Java
194(1)
Homo erectus from China
195(2)
Homo erectus from Africa
197(1)
Homo erectus from Europe
198(1)
Physical Characteristics of Homo Erectus
199(1)
Relationship between Homo Erectus and Homo Erectus
200(1)
The Culture of Homo Erectus
200(3)
The Acheulean Tool Tradition
201(2)
Original Study: Homo Erectus and the Use of Bamboo
203(6)
Use of Fire
208(1)
Other Aspects of Homo Erectus' Culture
209(3)
The Question of Language
212(2)
Chapter Summary
214(1)
Classic Readings
215(1)
Archaic Homo sapiens and the Middle Paleolithic
216(24)
The Appearance of Homo Sapiens
218(6)
Levalloisian Technique
221(1)
Archaic Homo sapiens
221(2)
African, Chinese, and Javanese Populations
223(1)
The Culture of Archaic Homo Sapiens
224(3)
Middle Paleolithic
224(1)
The Mousterian Tradition
224(2)
The Symbolic Life of Neandertals
226(1)
Anthropology Applied: Forensic Archaeology
227(3)
Neandertals and Spoken Language
228(2)
Archaic Homo Sapiens and Modern Human Origins
230(5)
The Multiregional Hypothesis
230(1)
Franz Weidenreich (1873--1948)
231(2)
The ``Eve'' or ``Out of Africa'' Hypothesis
233(2)
Original Study: African Original or Ancient Population Size Differences?
235(3)
Chapter Summary
238(1)
Classic Readings
239(1)
Homo sapiens and the Upper Paleolithic
240(26)
Upper Paleolithic Peoples: The First Modern Humans
242(1)
Upper Paleolithic Tools
243(2)
Anthropology Applied: Stone Tools for Modern Surgeons
245(2)
Upper Paleolithic Art
247(5)
Original Study: Paleolithic Paint Job
252(4)
Other Aspects of Upper Paleolithic Culture
256(1)
The Spread of Upper Paleolithic Peoples
256(4)
Where Did Upper Paleolithic People Come From?
260(2)
Major Paleolithic Trends
262(2)
Chapter Summary
264(1)
Classic Readings
265(1)
PART IV HUMAN BIOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL EVOLUTION SINCE THE OLD STONE AGE 266(94)
Cultivation and Domestication
268(32)
The Mesolithic Roots of Farming and Pastoralism
270(3)
Mesolithic Tools and Weapons
270(1)
Cultural Diversity in the Mesolithic
271(2)
The Neolithic Revolution
273(4)
Domestication: What Is It?
273(1)
Evidence of Early Plant Domestication
274(2)
Evidence of Early Animal Domestication
276(1)
Beginnings of Domestication
276(1)
Why Humans Became Food Producers
277(6)
V. Gordon Childe (1892--1957)
278(5)
Other Centers of Domestication
283(3)
Anthropology Applied: Archaeology for and by Native Americans
286(1)
The Spread of Food Production
287(2)
Culture of Neolithic Settlements
289(4)
Earliest Full-Fledged Farming Settlements
289(1)
Jericho: An Early Farming Community
290(1)
Neolithic Technology
290(1)
Pottery
291(1)
Housing
292(1)
Clothing
292(1)
Social Structure
293(1)
Neolithic Culture in the New World
293(1)
The Neolithic and Human Biology
294(1)
Original Study: History of Mortality and Physiological Stress
294(2)
The Neolithic and the Idea of Progress
296(2)
Chapter Summary
298(1)
Classic Readings
299(1)
The Rise of Cities and Civilization
300(30)
What Civilization Means
302(4)
Tikal: A Case Study
306(3)
Surveying the Site
306(1)
Evidence from the Excavation
307(2)
Anthropology Applied: Economic Development and Tropical Forests
309(1)
Cities and Cultural Change
309(8)
Agricultural Innovation
310(1)
Diversification of Labor
311(2)
Central Government
313(1)
Evidence of Centralized Authority
313(2)
The Earliest Governments
315(1)
Social Stratification
316(1)
Evidence of Social Stratification
317(1)
Original Study: Finding the Tomb of a Moche Priestess
317(6)
The Making of Civilizations
323(3)
Theories of Civilizations Emergence
323(1)
Irrigation Systems
323(1)
Trade Networks
323(1)
Environmental and Social Circumscription
324(1)
Religion
324(2)
Civilization and its Discontents
326(2)
Chapter Summary
328(1)
Classic Readings
329(1)
Modern Human Diversity
330(30)
Variations and Evolutions
332(1)
Physical Variability
332(1)
The Meaning of Race
333(3)
Ashley Montagu (1905--1999)
335(1)
Race at a Biological Concept
336(1)
Original Study: Race Without Color
336(5)
The Concept of Human Races
341(6)
Some Physical Variables
343(1)
Skin Color: A Case Study in Adaptation
344(3)
The Social Significance of Race: Racism
347(5)
Race and Behavior
348(1)
Race and Intelligence
348(2)
Intelligence: What Is It?
350(2)
Continuing Human Biological Evolution
352(5)
Anthropology Applied: Studying the Emergence of New Diseases
357(1)
Chapter Summary
358(1)
Classic Readings
359(1)
PART V CULTURE AND SURVIVAL: COMMUNICATING, RAISING CHILDREN, AND STAYING ALIVE 360(144)
The Nature of Culture
362(22)
The Concept of Culture
364(1)
Characteristics of Culture
364(4)
Culture Is Shared
364(4)
Anthropology Applied: New Houses for Apache Indians
368(5)
Culture Is Learned
370(1)
Culture Is Based on Symbols
371(1)
Culture Is Integrated
371(1)
Leslie A. White (1900--1975)
372(1)
A. R. Radcliffe-Brown (1881--1955)
373(1)
Studying Culture in the Field
373(1)
Original Study: The Importance of Trobriand Women
374(3)
Culture and Adaptation
377(3)
Bronislaw Malinowski (1884--1942)
377(1)
Functions of Culture
377(1)
Culture and Change
378(2)
Culture, Society, and the Individual
380(1)
Evaluation of Culture
380(2)
Chapter Summary
382(1)
Classic Readings
383(1)
Language and Communication
384(28)
The Nature of Language
387(4)
The Sound and Shape of Language
388(1)
Phonology
388(1)
Morphology
389(1)
Grammar and Syntax
390(1)
The Gesture-Call System
391(4)
Kinesics
392(2)
Paralanguage
394(1)
Voice Qualities
394(1)
Vocalizations
395(1)
Linguistic Change
395(3)
Anthropology Applied: Language Renewal among the Northern Ute
398(2)
Language in its Cultural Setting
400(3)
Language and Thought
400(2)
Kinship Terms
402(1)
Language and Gender
402(1)
Social Dialects
403(1)
Original Study: The Great Ebonics Controversy
403(3)
The Original of Language
406(4)
Chapter Summary
410(1)
Classic Readings
411(1)
Growing Up Human
412(30)
The Self and the Behavioral Environment
414(5)
The Self
414(2)
The Behavioral Environment
416(2)
The Penobscot
418(1)
Original Study: The Blessed Curse
419(4)
Personality
423(5)
The Development of Personality
423(2)
Margaret Mead (1901--1978)
425(1)
Dependence Training
425(1)
Independence Training
426(1)
Combined Dependence/Independence Training
427(1)
Group Personality
428(5)
Modal Personality
429(2)
Ruth Fulton Benedict (1887--1947)
431(1)
National Character
431(1)
The Japanese
431(1)
Objections to National Character Studies
432(1)
Normal And Abnormal Personality
433(3)
Anthropology Applied: Anthropologists and Mental Health
436(4)
Chapter Summary
440(1)
Classic Readings
441(1)
Patterns of Subsistence
442(32)
Adaptation
444(7)
The Unit of Adaptation
446(1)
Evolutionary Adaptation
447(1)
Culture Areas
448(2)
Julian H. Steward (1902--1972)
450(1)
Culture Core
450(1)
The Food-Foraging Way of Life
451(8)
Characteristics of the Food-Foraging Life
453(2)
The Impact of Food Foraging on Human Society
455(1)
Subsistence and Gender
455(1)
Food Sharing
456(1)
Cultural Adaptations and Material Technology
457(1)
Egalitarian Society
458(1)
Food-Producing Society
459(2)
The Settled Life of Farmers
460(1)
Original Study: Gardens of the Mekranoti Kayapo
461(5)
Pastoralism: The Bakhtiari
464(2)
Anthropology Applied: Agricultural Development and the Anthropologist
466(5)
Intensive Agriculture and Nonindustrial Cities
467(1)
Aztec City Life
468(3)
Nonindustrial Cities in the Modern World
471(1)
Chapter Summary
472(1)
Classic Readings
473(1)
Economic Systems
474(30)
Economic Anthropology
478(1)
Resources
478(10)
Patterns of Labor
478(1)
Division of Labor by Gender
479(1)
Age Division of Labor
480(1)
Cooperation
481(1)
Craft Specialization
482(1)
Control of Land and Water
483(1)
Technology
484(1)
Leveling Mechanisms
484(4)
Distribution and Exchange
488(5)
Reciprocity
486(2)
Barter and Trade
488(1)
The Kula Ring
489(2)
Redistribution
491(1)
Distribution of Wealth
492(1)
Original Study: Prestige Economics in Papua Mew Guinea
493(6)
Market Exchange
496(3)
Economics, Culture, and the World of Business
499(2)
Anthropology Applied: Anthropology and the World of Business
501(1)
Chapter Summary
502(1)
Classic Readings
503(1)
PART VI THE FORMATION OF GROUPS: SOLVING THE PROBLEM OF COOPERATION 504(112)
Sex and Marriage
506(30)
Control of Sexual Relations
509(2)
Anthropology Applied: Anthropology and Aids
511(8)
Rules of Sexual Access
513(2)
The Incest Taboo
515(2)
Endogamy and Exogamy
517(1)
Claude Levi-Strauss (B. 1908)
518(1)
The Distinction Between Marriage and Mating
518(1)
Marriage and the Family
519(1)
Forms of Marriage
519(5)
The Levirate and the Sororate
522(1)
Serial Monogamy
522(1)
Choice of Spouse
523(1)
Original Study: Arranging Marriage in India
524(8)
Cousin Marriage
527(1)
Marriage Exchanges
528(2)
Same-Sex Marriage
530(2)
Divorce
532(2)
Chapter Summary
534(1)
Classic Readings
535(1)
Family and Household
536(26)
Family and Society
539(1)
Original Study: The Ever-Changing Family in North America
540(2)
Functions of the Family
542(2)
Nurturance of Children
542(1)
Economic Cooperation
543(1)
Family and Household
544(1)
Form of the Family
545(7)
The Nuclear Family
545(2)
The Extended Family
547(1)
Residence Patterns
548(4)
Problems of Family and Household Organization
552(3)
Polygamous Families
552(1)
Extended Families
553(1)
Nuclear Families
554(1)
Anthropology Applied: Dealing with Infant Mortality
555(5)
Female-Headed Households
556(4)
Chapter Summary
560(1)
Classic Readings
561(1)
Kinship and Descent
562(28)
Decent Groups
564(2)
Unilineal Descent
565(1)
Patrilineal Descent and Organization
566(1)
Traditional China: A Patrilineal Society
566(1)
Original Study: Coping as a Woman in a Man's World
566(8)
Matrilineal Descent and Organization
570(1)
The Hopi: A Matrilineal Society
570(2)
Double Descent
572(1)
Ambilineal Descent
573(1)
Ambilineal Descent Among New York City Jews
573(1)
Forms and Functions of Descent Groups
574(3)
Lineage
574(1)
Clan
575(1)
Phratries and Moieties
576(1)
Anthropology Applied: Resolving a Native American Tribal Membership Dispute
577(5)
Bilateral Kinship and the Kindred
579(1)
Evolution of the Descent Group
580(2)
Kinship Terminology and Kinship Groups
582(6)
Eskimo System
582(1)
Hawaiian System
583(1)
Iroquois System
583(1)
Lewis Henry Morgan (1818--1881)
584(1)
Crow System
584(2)
Omaha System
586(1)
Sudanese or Descriptive System
586(2)
Chapter Summary
588(1)
Classic Readings
589(1)
Groupings by Sex, Age, Common Interest, and Class
590(26)
Grouping by Gender
592(1)
Age Grouping
593(3)
Institutions of Age Grouping
595(1)
Age Grouping in African Societies
595(1)
Common-Interest Associations
596(4)
Kinds of Common-Interest Associations
597(1)
Men's and Women's Associations
598(1)
Associations in the Postindustrial World
599(1)
Original Study: Digital Revolution: Indigenous Peoples in Cyberia
600(2)
Social Stratification
602(2)
Class and Caste
603(1)
Anthropology Applied: Anthropologists and Social Impact Assessment
604(10)
Mobility
607(2)
Gender Stratification
609(5)
Development of Stratification
614(1)
Chapter Summary
614(1)
Classic Readings
615(1)
PART VII THE SEARCH FOR ORDER: SOLVING THE PROBLEM OF DISORDER 616(94)
Political Organization and Social Control
618(36)
Kinds of Political Systems
620(13)
Uncentralized Political Systems
620(1)
Band Organization
620(2)
Tribal Organization
622(3)
Kinship Organization
625(1)
Age-Grade Organization
626(1)
Association Organization
626(1)
Centralized Political Systems
627(1)
Chiefdoms
627(2)
State Systems
629(2)
Political Leadership and Gender
631(2)
Political Organizations and the Maintenance of Order
633(3)
Internalized Controls
633(1)
Externalized Controls
634(2)
Original Study: Limits on Power in Bedouin Society
636(2)
Social Control Through Law
638(5)
Definition of Law
639(1)
Functions of Law
640(1)
Crime
641(2)
Anthropology Applied: Dispute Resolution and the Anthropologist
643(1)
Political Organization and External Affairs
644(4)
War
644(4)
Political Systems and the Questions of Legitimacy
648(1)
Reflection and Politics
648(3)
Chapter Summary
651(2)
Classic Readings
653(1)
Cultural and the Supernatural
654(28)
The Anthropological Approach to Religion
658(1)
The Practice of Reflection
658(8)
Supernatural Beings and Powers
659(1)
Gods and Goddesses
659(2)
Ancestral Spirits
661(1)
Sir Edward B. Tylor (1832--1917)
662(1)
Animism
662(1)
Animatism
662(2)
Religious Specialists
664(1)
Priests and Priestesses
664(1)
Shamans
664(2)
Original Study: Healing Among the Ju/`Hoansi of the Kalahari
666(5)
Rituals and Ceremonies
668(1)
Rites of Passage
668(2)
Rites of Intensification
670(1)
Religion, Magic, and Witchcraft
671(4)
Witchcraft
672(1)
Ibibio Witchcraft
673(1)
The Functions of Witchcraft
674(1)
Anthropology Applied: Reconciling Modern Medicine with Traditional Beliefs in Swaziland
675(1)
Psychological Functions of Witchcraft Among the Navaho
676(1)
The Functions of Religion
676(2)
Religion and Cultural Change
678(2)
Revitalization Movements
679(1)
Chapter Summary
680(1)
Classic Readings
681(1)
The Arts
682(28)
The Anthropological Study of Art
686(1)
Anthropology Applied: Protecting Cultural Heritages
687(1)
Verbal Arts
688(6)
Myth
688(2)
Legend
690(2)
Tale
692(1)
Other Verbal, Arts
693(1)
The Art of Music
694(6)
Ferdercia De Laguna (B. 1906)
695(2)
Functions of Music
697(3)
Pictorial Art
700(6)
Southern African Rock Art
701(5)
Original Study: Bushman Rock Art and Political Power
706(2)
Chapter Summary
708(1)
Classic Readings
709(1)
PART VIII CHANGE AND THE FUTURE: SOLVING THE PROBLEM OF ADJUSTING TO CHANGED CONDITIONS 710(71)
Cultural Change
712(34)
Mechanisms of Change
715(6)
Innovation
715(3)
Diffusion
718(2)
Cultural Loss
720(1)
Repressive Change
721(6)
Acculturation
721(2)
Genocide
723(3)
Directed Change
726(1)
Anthropology Applied: Development Anthropology and Dams
727(2)
Franz Boas (1858--1942)
728(1)
Reactions to Repressive Change
729(5)
Revitalization Movements
734(1)
Rebellion and Revolution
734(1)
Modernization
734(4)
Skolt Lapps and the Snowmobile Revolution
736(1)
The Shuar Solution
737(1)
Original Study: Violence on Indian Day in Brazil 1997
738(6)
Modernization and the ``Underdeveloped'' World
741(1)
Modernization: Must It Always Be Painful?
742(2)
Chapter Summary
744(1)
Classic Readings
745(1)
Anthropology and the Future
746(35)
The Cultural Future of Humanity
748(6)
Global Culture
749(2)
The Rise of the Multinational Corporations
751(3)
Original Study: Standardizing the Body: The Question of Choice
754(12)
Global Culture: A Good Idea or Not?
758(1)
Ethnic Resurgence
759(1)
Cultural Pluralisms
760(1)
Guatemalan Cultural Pluralism
760(4)
Ethnocentrism
764(1)
Global Apartheid
765(1)
Anthropology Applied: Advocacy for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
766(2)
Problems of Structural Violence
768(10)
World Hunger
769(2)
Pollution
771(3)
Population Control
774(3)
The Culture of Discontent
777(1)
Chapter Summary
778(1)
Classic Readings
779(2)
Glossary 781(11)
Bibliography 792(23)
Photo Credits 815(4)
Literary Credits 819(3)
Index 822


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