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Conformity and conflict : readings in cultural anthropology

Print Book, English, 2008
Prentice Hall ; Pearson Education [distributor], Indianapolis, Ind., London, 2008
pages cm
9780205645855, 0205645852
All new or updated articles appear in bold** Classic reading from previous editions of Conformity and Conflict TABLE OF CONTENTS: Preface  World Map and Geographical Placement of Readings   Ch. 1: Culture and Ethnography                       1          Ethnography and Culture, James P. Spradley2          Eating Christmas in the Kalahari, Richard Borshay Lee3          Shakespeare in the Bush, Laura Bohannan4          Fieldwork on Prostitution in the Era of AIDS, Claire E. Sterk5       Nice Girls Don’t Talk to Rastas, George Gmelch Ch. 2: Language and Communication   6        Managing Meaning: The Military Name Game, Sarah Boxer**7          Conversation Style: Talking on the Job, Deborah Tannen         8       Tattoo Talk:  “Juicing” Customers, Jennifer Boehlke9       Anthropologists Investigate Communications Technology, Belle Mellor Ch. 3: Ecology and Subsistence           10        The Hunters: Scarce Resources in the Kalahari, Richard Borshay Lee               11        Adaptive Failure: Easter’s End, Jared Diamond12        When the Turtle Collapses, Bernard Nietschmann**    13        Forest Development the Indian Way, Richard K. Reed                                      Ch. 4: Economic Systems                                14        Reciprocity and the Power of Giving, Lee Cronk15     Global Women in the New Economy, Barbara Ehrenreich and Arlie Russell Hochschild16        Cocaine and the Economic Deterioration of Bolivia, Jack Weatherford17     Malawi versus the World Bank, Sonia Patten Ch. 5: Kinship and Family                   18        Mother’s Love: Death without Weeping, Nancy Scheper-Hughes19        Family and Kinship in Village India, David W. McCurdy20     Polyandry: When Brothers Share a Wife, Melvyn C. Goldstein**21        Uterine Families and the Women’s Community, Margery Wolf Ch. 6: Identity, Roles, and Groups                   22     Heading Home:  Women, Work, and Identity in America, Dianna Shandy23        Poverty , Office Work, and the Crack Alternative, Philippe Bourgois24        Symbolizing Roles: Behind the Veil, Elizabeth W. Fernea and Robert A. Fernea25        Mixed Blood, Jeffrey M. Fish Ch. 7: Law and Politics                       26        Cross-Cultural Law: The Case of the Gypsy Offender, Anne Sutherland27        Life without Chiefs, Marvin Harris28     The Founding Indian Fathers , Jack Weatherford 29     The Kindness of Strangers: The U.S. and Iraq, Robin Fox  Ch. 8: Religion, Magic, and World View         30        Taraka’s Ghost, Stanley A. Freed and Ruth S. Freed31        Baseball Magic, George Gmelch32        Run for the Wall: An American Pilgrimage, Jill Dubisch33     Body Ritual Among the Nacirema, Horace Miner  Ch. 9: Globalization                 34        New Americans: The Road to Refugee Resettlement     , Dianna Shandy35     Why Tourism Matters, Sharon Gmelch 36        Japanese Hip-Hop and the Globalization of Popular Culture, Ian Condry           Ch. 10: Culture Change and Applied Anthropology       37        The Kayapo Resistance, Terence Turner38        Medical Anthropology: Improving Nutrition in Malawi, Sonia Patten39        Using Anthropology, David McCurdy  40        Career Advice for Anthropology Undergraduates, John T. Omohundro Glossary           Index   
Previous edition: Boston, Mass.; London: Allyn and Bacon, 2006
Includes index