Cultural Anthropology: Third Canadian Edition

Paperback | February 4, 2008

byWilliam A. Haviland, Shirley Fedorak, Richard Lee

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Cultural Anthropology, Third Canadian Edition, provides the classic introduction to principles and processes of anthropology. Written in a distinctly Canadian voice, the text helps students analyze, interpret and understand the issues of cultural anthropology. Original research, profiles of anthropologists and a feature that relates anthropological findings to current events all contribute to the readers understanding of cultural anthropology in Canada and internationally.

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Cultural Anthropology, Third Canadian Edition, provides the classic introduction to principles and processes of anthropology. Written in a distinctly Canadian voice, the text helps students analyze, interpret and understand the issues of cultural anthropology. Original research, profiles of anthropologists and a feature that relates a...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:544 pages, 10 × 8 × 0.75 inPublished:February 4, 2008Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176102930

ISBN - 13:9780176102937

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PrefaceMapsPart I: Anthropology and the Study of Culture1. The Nature of Anthropology2. The Nature of Culture3. The Beginnings of Human CulturePart II: Culture and Survival: Communicating and Staying Alive4. Language and Communication5. Making a Living6. Economic SystemsPart III: The Formation of Groups: Solving the Problem of Cooperation7. Sex and Marriage8. Family and Household9. Kinship and Descent 10. Social Stratification and GroupingsPart IV: The Search for Order: Solving the Problem of Disorder11. Political Organization and the Maintenance of Order12. Religion and the Supernatural13. The ArtsPart V: Exploring Health and Illness Factors, Cultural Change, and the Future of Humanity14. The Anthropology of Health15. Cultural Change and the Future of HumanityBibliographyGeneral index