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This book is a brief, more affordable version of the Peoples and Bailey, HUMANITY: AN INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY, Fifth Edition (2000). Its coverage of core topics, smaller size, and economical price make it well suited for users who wish to adopt a core book along with supplemental books such as readers and ethnographies. The book shares, in a briefer format, the same rich characteristics that made HUMANITY a best-seller over the years: strong scholarship, rich ethnographic examples and a unique focus on modern ethnicity and the survival of indigenous peoples.
Table of Contents
|The Study of Humanity|
|Culture and Language|
|Environments and Cultures|
|Exchange and Economic Systems|
|Politics and Social Inequality|
|Religion and World View|
|Art and the Aesthetic|
|Ethnicity, Conflict, and Indigenous Peoples|
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