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Emily A. Schultz, Robert H. Lavenda and Roberta Robin Dods

Cultural Anthropology: A Perspective on the Human Condition
ISBN 13: 9780195426014

About the Book

Accessible, engaging, and distinctly Canadian, Cultural Anthropology: A Perspective on the Human Condition explores the diverse factors that interact to shape human cultural practices. Offering solid coverage of traditional topics and their contemporary applications, the authors incorporate cutting-edge theory and highlight human narratives across cultures. This new Canadian edition includes discussion of globalization, medical anthropology, gender and feminist anthropology, and ethics in anthropology. Canadian issues and examples are also integrated throughout the text in addition to a strong global perspective. Students and instructors alike will appreciate the stunning full-colour design which highlights the vibrancy of the material. Cultural Anthropology is the ideal introductory text for studying this fascinating discipline!


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