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Table of Contents
Introduction to the third edition * 1. Anthropology: Comparison and Context * 2. A Brief History of Anthropology * 3. Fieldwork and Ethnography * 4. The Social Person * 5. Local Organisation * 6. Person and Society * 7. Kinship as Descent * 8. Marriage and Relatedness * 9. Gender and Age * 10. Caste and Class * 11. Politics and Power * 12. Exchange and Consumption * 13. Production, Nature and Technology * 14. Religion and Ritual * 15. Language andCognition * 16. Complexity and Change * 17. Ethnicity * 18. Nationalism and Minorities * 19. Anthropology and the Paradoxes of Globalisation * Epilogue: Making Anthropology Matter * Bibliography * Index