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Anthropology Matters

Author Shirley A. My former students at the University of Saskatchewan were the inspiration for Anthropology Matters. They asked questions, difficult questions, about the world around them and what role anthropology could play in solving or at least mitigating social, political, economic, and religious problems. I noted they were not that interested in small-scale cultures, except as a starting point, and this was when I realized anthropology was losing its relevance in the modern world. I set off to discover where the discipline was still relevant and where anthropology could and should become relevant.

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Anthropology Matters, Third Edition

Anthropology Matters places the study of anthropology concretely in the world by which it is surrounded. It takes a question-based approach to introducing important anthropological concepts by embedding those concepts in contemporary global issues that will interest students. The second edition of this popular text has been updated throughout and includes four new chapters on language revitalization, social media and social revolutions, human migration, and the role of NGOs in international development practice. Students can now engage with the most up-to-date issues while learning to think anthropologically. Shirley A. She is the author of Pop Culture: The Culture of Everyday Life , Anthropology Matters , and , and was the lead author from for the Canadian edition of William Haviland's bestselling introductory text Cultural Anthropology.

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Anthropology Matters! What does anthropology have to do with shopping, body image, and watching television? What unique skills and perspectives do anthropologists bring to discussions on controversial issues like ethnic conflict, female circumcision, and same-sex marriage? These questions form the basis of a book that challenges students to link common concepts discussed in anthropology to contemporary issues and practices, to think of anthropology not only as an academic discipline but as a venue for their citizenship in both local and global communities. Shirley A. She is the author of Pop Culture: The Culture of Everyday Life , Anthropology Matters , and , and was the lead author from for the Canadian edition of William Haviland's bestselling introductory text Cultural Anthropology. Shirley Fedorak.

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