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Invitation to Anthropology.
Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Description Lassiter’s accessible introduction to anthropology encourages students to evaluate its relevance in our increasingly complex world.
Part I focuses on the underlying assumptions and concepts that have driven anthropological theory and practice since its modern inception. Part II explores cross-cultural human issues showing how anthropological studies offer invitattion insight into human beings and valuable models for thinking and acting.
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Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Review quote Lassiter offers Invitation to Anthropology to a hip-hop generation that already lives in a globalized world and is forced to grapple with complicated and fractured notions of race and culture everyday.
Gone are the dated assumptions of race, language, culture, yet he maintains the best that anthropology has to offer in terms of the four-field approach, a commitment to the beauty of human diversity. Lassiter extends the rich tradition of public anthropology.
It is fresh, exciting, relevant and extremely useful to students and faculty alike. Baker, Duke University show more. Table of contents Introduction; Part I: Anthropology, Culture, and Ethnography; Chapter 1: Evolution, and the Critique of Race: A Short Story; Chapter 2: Anthropology and Culture; Chapter 3: Some Human Issues; Chapter 4: History, Change, and Adaptation: Sex, Invitatioon, and Inequality: On Gender; Chapter 6: Work, Success, anrhropology Kids: On Marriage, Family, and Kinship; Chapter 7: Knowledge, Belief, and Disbelief: Book ratings by Goodreads.
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