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Anthropology (14th Edition) | By Pearson

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  • ISBN13:9789353069667
  • ISBN10:9353069661
  • Publisher:Pearson Education
  • Language:English
  • Author: Carol R. Ember, Melvin R. Ember, Peter N. Peregrine\n
  • Binding:Paperback
  • Publishing Year:2019
  • Pages:712
  • Edition:14
  • SUPC: SDL741188368

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Anthropology, provides students with a comprehensive and scientific introduction to the holistic four fields of anthropology and the important role of applied anthropology. Readers will understand humans in all their variety, and why such variety exists. It also show students how anthropological skill sets can be applied beyond academia. The fourteenth edition places an increased emphasis on new explanations and the necessity to evaluate these new explanations logically as well as on the basis of the available evidence.
 

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Examines research. Current Research and Issues boxes highlight recent topics that students may have heard about in the news or that are currently being debated in the profession.

Immigrants influence on social life. Migrants and Immigrants boxes explore how migration and immigration have impacted recent and contemporary social life.

NEW! Environmental issues. An expanded focus on environmental issues is presented.
 

About the Author

Carol R. Ember, Human Relations Area Files

Melvin Ember, Human Relations Area Files

Peter N. Peregrine, Lawrence University and the Sante Fe Institute
 

Table of Contents:

Part I: INTRODUCTION

Chapter 1: What Is Anthropology?

Chapter 2: Research Methods in Anthropology

Part II: HUMAN EVOLUTION

Chapter 3: Genetics and Evolution

Chapter 4: Human Variation and Adaptation

Chapter 5: Primates

Chapter 6: The First Hominins

Part III: CULTURAL EVOLUTION

Chapter 7: The Origins of Culture and the Emergence of Homo

Chapter 8: The Emergence of Homo sapiens

Chapter 9: The Upper Paleolithic World T

Chapter 10: Origins of Food Production and Settled Life

Chapter 11: Origins of Cities and States

Part IV: CULTURAL VARIATION

Chapter 12: Culture and Culture Change

Chapter 13: Chapter 9: Culture and the Individual

Chapter 14: Communication and Language

Chapter 15: Getting Food

Chapter 16: Economic Systems

Chapter 17: Social Stratification: Class, Ethnicity, and Racism

Chapter 18: Sex, Gender, and Culture

Chapter 19: Marriage and the Family

Chapter 20: Marital Residence and Kinship

Chapter 21: Associations and Interest Groups

Chapter 22: Political Life: Social Order and Disorder

Chapter 23: Religion and Magic

Chapter 24: The Arts

Part V: USING ANTHROPOLOGY

Chapter 25: Practicing and Applying Anthropology

Chapter 26: Health and Illness

Chapter 27: Global Problems
 

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