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Cultural Anthropology : Understanding a World in Transition. by Philip D. Young and Sheldon Smith. This introduction to cultural anthropology text uses a global approach to examine basic anthropological concepts within a regional context, providing an analysis of contemporary issues throughout.

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Cultural Anthropology. Understanding a World in Transition. by Sheldon Smith, Philip D. Young. Published October 14, 1997 by Allyn & Bacon.

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Designed as both an introductory and theoretical text on contemporary global issues, this book was written to be used in conjunction with an international newspaper, especially the "Christian Science Monitor". Smith supplies theory and background to key global issues and embraces the world system theory of Immanuel Wallerstein and the new institutional economics of Douglas North.

The global approach to cultural anthropology that this book takes directs attention to Western and non-Western traditional and complex societies; thus making this book an ideal resource for all anthropologists. This book utilizes a political ecology perspective, which combines cultural ecology, with its emphasis on adaptation and political economy, which focuses on the links between productive activity, trade, and distribution of power. The book also explores the effects of colonization, trade and capitalism on the local indigenous and minority groups taking action, in both constructive and destructive ways. MAREKT: Emerging anthropologists and sociologists.
Cultural Anthropology: Understanding a World in Transition download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Philip D. Young,Sheldon Smith
ISBN: 0205270050
Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon; 1 edition (October 14, 1997)
Pages: 518 pages