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Introducing Anthropology: An Integrated Approach, 2/e
Michael A. Park, Central Connecticut State University

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Contents:

Part 1: Background and Context
Chapter 1: Doing Anthropology: Taking Fingerprints in the High Plains
Chapter 2: Methods of Inquiry: Anthropology as Science
Chapter 3: Evolution: Change in Nature and the Nature of Change
Part 2: The Identity and Nature of Our Species
Chapter 4: Our Place in Nature: Humans as Primates
Chapter 5: Anatomy and Physiology: The Bipedal Primate
Chapter 6: Reproduction: The Sexual Primate
Chapter 7: Learning How to Survive: The Cultural Primate
Part 3: Adapting to Our Worlds
Chapter 8: Food: Getting It, Growing It, Eating It, and Passing It Around
Chapter 9: Nature of the Group: Arranging Out Families and Organizing Our People
Chapter 10: Material Culture: The Things We Make and the Things We Leave Behind
Chapter 11: Communication: Sharing What We Need to Know
Chapter 12: Maintenance of Order: Making the World View Real
Chapter 13: The Evolution of Our Behaviors: Pigs, Wars, Killer Proteins, and Sorcerers
Part 4:
Chapter 14: Human Variation: Different Looks, Different Behaviors
Chapter 15: Culture Change: Processes and Problems and the Contributions of Anthropology
Chapter 16: State of the Species: The Edge of the Future