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Social & Cultural Anthropology

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Social & Cultural Anthropology by Professor John Monaghan (Vanderbilt University)
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Drawing on intriguing, vivid examples from their own research in Indonesia and Mexico, John Monaghan and Peter Just examine ways in which anthropology has advanced our understanding of human society and culture. They also provide a concise and accessible account of the "big" questions that have traditionally concerned anthropologists: "What is unique about human beings? How are groups of people--family, class, tribe, nation--formed and maintained? What is the nature of belief, economic exchange, the self?"
Release date Australia
February 2nd, 2010
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
black & white illustrations, colour illustrations, maps
Imprint
Sterling
Pages
216
Dimensions
136x187x23
ISBN-13
9781402768811
Product ID
3681080

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