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Small places, large issues : an introduction…

Small places, large issues : an introduction to social and cultural…

by Thomas Hylland Eriksen

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0745335934, Paperback)

This concise introduction to social and cultural anthropology has become a modern classic, introducing countless students to the field and the tools it offers for exploring some of the most complicated questions of human life and interaction. This fourth edition is fully updated, incorporating recent debates and controversies in the field, ranging from globalization and migration research to problems of cultural translation and the challenges of interdisciplinarity. Effortlessly bridging the gap between classic and contemporary anthropology, Small Places, Large Issues remains an essential text for undergraduates embarking on the study of this field.

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