"This book is enticing and comprehensive. I really appreciate how the authors are able to boil down complex topics in a straightforward fashion. It is the genius that Lavenda and Schultz possess that allows them to locate and describe insights about the material that others would simply gloss over."--Frank L'Engle Williams, Georgia State University
"Anthropology is the most sophisticated of any textbook I have reviewed. It remains relatively unique in the four fields and is very effective."--Jason Antrosio, Hartwick College
"Lavenda and Schultz's Anthropology is much more accessible and more clearly written than other texts for non-science majors. Their prose is accessible and engaging."--Stephen D. Glazier, University of Nebraska
Reseña del editor:
A unique alternative to more traditional, encyclopedic introductory texts, Anthropology: What Does It Mean to Be Human?, Third Edition, takes a question-oriented approach that incorporates cutting-edge theory and new ways of looking at important contemporary issues such as power, human rights, and inequality. With a total of sixteen chapters, this engaging, full-color text is an ideal one-semester overview that delves deep into anthropology without overwhelming students.
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