3 edition of slice of life: readings in general anthropology found in the catalog.
slice of life: readings in general anthropology
Lionel A. Brown
|Statement||edited by Lionel A. Brown.|
|LC Classifications||GN29 .B76|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 285 p.|
|Number of Pages||285|
|LC Control Number||73018243|
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The selections included are designed to supplement a text used in an introductory anthropology course. A Slice of Life can be used with any text of collection of small books chosen by the instructor as a core for presenting anthropological data and cturer: Rinechart Press.
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A graduate of The Ohio State University in anthropology, he has edited and published in magazines, poetry anthologies, chapbooks, alternate newspapers, technical publications, and was an editor and columnist with Gannett newspapers in Binghamton, New York. He is founder of the [ ].
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But when he switched our hearts, they stopped beating.But the basic principle is to describe some slice of social life in a rich and detailed way so that the reader can really see and feel what you saw, and so you can base an analysis on it.
4. Analysis. After describing your slice of life, you must make some sense of it. Use some of the concepts of anthropology to analyze your description. First time read in general, and in Japanese. Will discuss the story first: It's exactly what the title would imply: every day.
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