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Test Bank for The Essence of Anthropology, 3rd Edition, William A. Haviland, Harald E.L. Prins, Dana Walrath, Bunny McBride, ISBN-10: 1111833443, ISBN-13: 9781111833442



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Downloadable Test Bank for The Essence of Anthropology, 3rd Edition, William A. Haviland, Harald E.L. Prins, Dana Walrath, Bunny McBride, ISBN-10: 1111833443, ISBN-13: 9781111833442, Test Bank (Complete) Download

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1. The Essence of Anthropology.
2. Biology and Evolution.
3. Living Primates.
4. Human Evolution.
5. The Neolithic Revolution: The Domestication of Plants and Animals.
6. The Emergence of Cities and States.
7. Modern Human Diversity: Race and Racism.
8. The Characteristics of Culture.
9. Language and Communication.
10. Social Identity, Personality, and Gender.
11. Subsistence and Exchange.
12. Sex, Marriage, and Family.
13. Kinship and Other Methods of Grouping.
14. Politics, Power, and Violence.
15. Spirituality, Religion, and the Supernatural.
16. Global Changes and the Role of Anthropology.