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Taking sides : clashing views in cultural anthropology / selected, edited, and with introductions by Robert L. Welsch and Kirk M. Endicott

Contributor(s): Welsch, Robert Louis, 1950- [edt] | Endicott, Kirk M [edt].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Dubuque, IA : McGraw-Hill/Contemporary Learning Series, c2006Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xxv, 390 str. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0073043966; 9780073043968.Other title: Clashing views in cultural anthropology.
Contents:
Issue 1. Should anthropology stop trying to model itself on the natural sciences? -- Issue 2. Was Margaret Mead's fieldwork on Samoan adolescents fundamentally flawed? -- Issue 3. Should anthropologists abandon the concept of culture? -- Issue 4. Do native peoples today invent their traditions? -- Issue 5. Is Ebonics (Black English) a distinct language from standard English? -- Issue 6. Are San Hunter-Gatherers basically pastoralists who have lost their herds? -- Issues 7. Does the natural-supernatural distinction exist in all cultures? -- Issue 8. Is it natural for adopted children to want to find out about their birth parents? -- Issue 9. Do sexually Egalitarian societies exist? -- Issue 10. Has the Islamic Revolution in Iran subjugated women? -- Issue 11. Are Yanomami violence and warfare natural human efforts to maximize reproductive fitness? -- Issue 12. Is ethnic conflict inevitable? -- Issue 13. Is Islam a single universal tradition? -- Issue 14. Do some illnesses exist only among members of a particular culture? -- Issue 15. Do museums misrepresent ethnic communities around the world? -- Issue 16. Did Napoleon Chagnon and other researchers adversely affect the Yanomami Indians of Venezuela? -- Issue 17. Should anthropologists and linguists be concerned about losing endangered languages? -- Should anthropologists work to eliminate the practice of female circumcision?
List(s) this item appears in: ANT - obavezni - Uvod u antropologiju | Bilten prinova - ETN ANT 10-12/19
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Issue 1. Should anthropology stop trying to model itself on the natural sciences? -- Issue 2. Was Margaret Mead's fieldwork on Samoan adolescents fundamentally flawed? -- Issue 3. Should anthropologists abandon the concept of culture? -- Issue 4. Do native peoples today invent their traditions? -- Issue 5. Is Ebonics (Black English) a distinct language from standard English? -- Issue 6. Are San Hunter-Gatherers basically pastoralists who have lost their herds? -- Issues 7. Does the natural-supernatural distinction exist in all cultures? -- Issue 8. Is it natural for adopted children to want to find out about their birth parents? -- Issue 9. Do sexually Egalitarian societies exist? -- Issue 10. Has the Islamic Revolution in Iran subjugated women? -- Issue 11. Are Yanomami violence and warfare natural human efforts to maximize reproductive fitness? -- Issue 12. Is ethnic conflict inevitable? -- Issue 13. Is Islam a single universal tradition? -- Issue 14. Do some illnesses exist only among members of a particular culture? -- Issue 15. Do museums misrepresent ethnic communities around the world? -- Issue 16. Did Napoleon Chagnon and other researchers adversely affect the Yanomami Indians of Venezuela? -- Issue 17. Should anthropologists and linguists be concerned about losing endangered languages? -- Should anthropologists work to eliminate the practice of female circumcision?

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