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An ideal complement to standard anthropology texts or as a stand-alone text/reader, the best-sellingConformity and Conflictcontinues to offer students an in-depth look at anthropology as a powerful way to study human behavior and events. ThisPremium Editionretains all 37 readings from the Twelfth Edition, and provides online access to sixteenadditional readings from the Tenth and Eleventh Editions. As always, each reading retains the accessibilityConformity and Conflict is well known for, covers a broad range of theoretical perspectives that demonstrate basic anthropological concepts, and presents the view that anthropology provides a fascinating perspective on the human experience.
Table of Contents
|World Map and Geographical Placement of Readings|
|Culture and Ethnography|
|Ethnography and Culture|
|Eating Christmas in the Kalahari|
|Shakespeare in the Bush|
|Fieldwork on Prostitution in the Era of AIDS|
|Lessons from the Field|
|Language and Communication|
|The Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis:Worlds Shaped by Words|
|How To Ask For a Drink|
|Body Art as Visual Language|
|Conversation Style: Talking on the Job|
|Online Only: Martin Nowak,Homo Grammaticus|
|Online Only: Conrad Kottak,Teleconditioning and the Postmodern Classroom|
|Online Only: Michael Argyle,The Laws of Looking|
|Online Only: Sarah Boxer,The Military Name Game|
|Ecology and Subsistence|
|The Hunters: Scarce Resources in the Kalahari|
|Adaptive Failure: Easter's End|
|ForestDevelopment The Indian Way|
|Online Only: Jared Diamond,Domestication and the Evolution of Disease|
|Reciprocity and the Power of Giving|
|Cocaine and the Economic Deterioration of Bolivia|
|Office Work and the Crack Alternative|
|Online Only: Annette Fuentes and Barbara Ehrenreich,Women in the global Factory|
|Online Only: Bernard Nietschmann,Subsistence and Market: When the Turtle Collapses|
|Kinship and Family|
|Mother's Love: Death Without Weeping|
|Family and Kinship in Village India|
|Life Without Fathers Of Husbands|
|Uterine Families and the Women's Community|
|Polyandry: When Brothers Take a Wife|
|Matrilineal Kinship: Walking Marriage in China|
|Roles and Inequality|
|Symbolizing Roles: Behind the Veil|
|Society and Sex Roles|
|A Womanrsquo;s Curse?|
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