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Elvio Angeloni draws from her expertise and professional background to offer college and university students with a fully updated resource in her textbook Annual Editions: Anthropology 11/12, ISBN 9780078050701. This book provides students with a collection of current articles taken from some of the most widely renowned magazines, newspapers, and journals...
Elvio Angeloni draws from her expertise and professional background to offer college and university students with a fully updated resource in her textbook Annual Editions: Anthropology 11/12, ISBN 9780078050701. This book provides students with a collection of current articles taken from some of the most widely renowned magazines, newspapers, and journals published today. These featured articles are written by prominent scholars, researchers, and commentators writing for a general audience. Various effective organizational features are boasted of this book including a general introduction, an annotated table of contents, a topic guide, an annotated listing of selected World Wide Web sites, as well as a brief overview for each section. Elvio Angeloni strategically organizes the selections included in Annual Editions: Anthropology 11/12 across seven units and 41 chapters. This book begins with unit 1 presenting 'Anthropological Perspectives.' Chapters within this unit offer reading selections from the likes of Peter Just, Richard Borshay Lee, and David Shenk. Unit 2 provides selections surrounding 'Culture and Communication' taken from writers including Donna Jo Napoli, Laura Bohannan, and Deborah Tannen. 'The Organization of Society and Culture' is presented in unit 3. The works of Franz de Waal, Anthony Layng, and Patricia Gadsby are featured in these chapters. Unit 4 is entitled 'Other Families, Other Ways' and offers selections from Melvyn C. Goldstein, Serena Nanda, and Nicholas D. Kristof. Unit 5 focuses on 'Gender and Status' with chapters offering writings from Ann M. Simmons, Carla Power, and Michelle Goldberg. 'Religion, Belief, and Ritual' is presented in unit 6 with selections from the likes of David Kozak, Richard Sosis, and Kenneth Jost. This book is concluded in unit 7 entitled 'Sociocultural Change' with final chapters presenting writings from Laura Graham, Leslie E. Sponsel, and Jared Diamond.
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