Introducing Anthropology

Introducing Anthropology Review

Introducing Anthropology traces the evolution of anthropology from Ancient Greece to contemporary times. Anthropology's key concepts and methods are explained, and we meet some of its most famous stars, including Franz Boas, Bronislaw Malinowski, E.E...

Title:Introducing Anthropology
Edition Language:English

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  • Isabel

    Fue interesante, al principio muy básico y fácil de entender, pero después de volvió un poco pesado. ...

  • Merrie Haskell

    Legitimately, it is difficult to introduce anthropology without discussing its problematic history. However, I was expecting much more of an Anthro 101 type textbook in graphic novel format. I rarely ...

  • Public_enemy

    Liberal crap. I read 30 pages. It was so irritating... then I googled for "Merryl Wyn Davies". It was enough to see this face of Islam-convert woman to anthropologically conclude she is one biased and...

  • Masoud

    Anthropologists study people. They study how people live, human society past and present. Anthropology is also about how we think about people thinking about people, now and in history. And sometimes ...

  • Mrinal

    If you are beginner, this is the book you need to start with to understand Anthropology....

  • Atul Sabnis

    Got a bit lost towards the end with the complex terminology - but not a bad book at all - if you want to cover the subject broadly and shallow-ly :D...

  • Marie

    Entertaining basic overview...

  • Katarzyna Boo

    I love introducing graphic guide books and hoped I could use this one to introduce friends and students to my beloved field of anthropology. Unfortunately, not only it does not provide a comprehensive...

  • Jos Oroo

    As readable as it is, I can't bring myself to give this book more than 3 stars. The first 90 pages or so may seem like your run-of-the-mill introduction to the history of the subject, but the farther ...

  • Hunter Tidwell

    This series is often hit or miss. This unfortunately was the latter. While bringing to light anthropology's nasty history of being a tool of colonialism, it does little in the way of discussing these ...