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Cultural Anthropololgy: Conformity and Conflict

Cultural Anthropololgy: Conformity and Conflict - 4th edition

ISBN13: 978-0205541294

Cover of Cultural Anthropololgy: Conformity and Conflict 4TH 08 (ISBN 978-0205541294)
ISBN13: 978-0205541294
ISBN10: 0205541291
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 4TH 08
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
Published: 2008
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Cultural Anthropololgy: Conformity and Conflict - 4TH 08 edition

ISBN13: 978-0205541294

Miller and James A. Spradley

ISBN13: 978-0205541294
ISBN10: 0205541291
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 4TH 08
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.

Published: 2008
International: No
Summary

Spradley Back Cover Copy Conformity and Conflict: Readings to Accompany Miller, Cultural Anthropology By: James Spradley, Late,MacalesterCollege David W. McCurdy,MacalesterCollege The best-sellingConformity and Conflictreader has been the ideal complement to standard anthropology texts for decades. This special edition offers 16 articles, hand-picked by Barbara Miller to complement her text,Cultural Anthropology, Fourth Edition. Features: Each of the sixteen readings isorganized according to the content of Miller,Cultural Anthropology, 4/e,covering traditional topics such as research methods, economic systems, kinship, communication, and religion. Providesbalanced coverage of non-Western and Western culturesso students can make their own cultural comparisons and see the relevance of anthropology to their lives. Comprehensive article introductionsprovide students with more background information for in-depth analysis. Questionsincluded at the end of each article ask students to make connections between theConformity and Conflictarticle and the content of the Miller chapter. This provides excellent critical thinking opportunities. ________________________________________________________________________ ** Anthropology Experience ad **

Table of Contents

1. John T. Omohundro.Anthro Shock(for Miller,
Ch 1 Anthropology and the Study of Culture). 2. Ri
Chard Borshay Lee,Eating
Christmas in the Kalahari(for Miller,
Ch 2Methods in Cultural Anthropology). 3. Philippe Bourgois,Office Work and the Crack Alternative(for Miller,
Ch 3Economies and Their Modes of Production). 4. Denise Brennan,Menrsquo;s Pleasure, Womenrsquo;s Labor: Tourism for Sex(for Miller,
Ch 4Consumption and Ex
Change). 5. Nancy S
Cheper-Hughes,Mother's Love: Death Without Weeping(for Miller,
Ch 5 Birth and Death). 6. Meredith F. Small, A Womanrsquo;s Curse? (for Miller,
Ch 6 Personality and Identity over the Life Cycle). 7. Sonia Patten,Medical Anthropology: Improving Nutrition in Malawi(for Miller,
Ch 7 Disease, Illness, and Healing). 8. Clifford Geertz,Life Without Fathers Of Husbands(for Miller,
Ch 8 Kinship and Domestic Life) 9. Jeffrey M. Fish,Mixed Blood(for Miller,
Ch 9 Social Groups and Social Stratification) 10. Marvin Harris,Life Without
Chiefs.(for Miller,
Ch 10 Politics and Leadership) 11. Barbara Joans,Notes From an Expert Witness(for Miller,
Ch 11 Social Order and Social Conflict) 12. David S. Thomson, The Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis:Worlds Shaped by Words(for Miller,
Ch 12Communication) 13. George Gmel
Ch,Baseball Magic(for Miller,
Ch 13 Religion) 14. Ian Condry,Japanese Hip-Hop and the Globalization Of Popular Culture(for Miller,
Ch 14Expressive Culture) 15. Dianna Shandy,New Americans: The Road to Refugee Resettlement(for Miller,
Ch 15People on the Move) 16. Ri
Chard K. Reed,ForestDevelopment theIndian Way(for Miller,
Ch 16People Defining Development)

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