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FOR FURTHER READING

FOR FURTHER READING CULTURE, PEOPLE, NATURE: AN INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY by Marvin Harris, New York: Harper & Row,, 1988 Probably the best general anthropology introductory textbook.

THE INTERPRETATION OF CULTURES by Clifford Geertz, New York: Basic Books, 1973

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This book marks a renewed interest in symbols and meaning.

THE EMERGENCE OF HUMANKIND by John E. Pfeiffer, New York: Harper & Row, 1985

A very popular, well-written book focusing on the biological and social evolution of humans.

PRIME TIME SOCIETY: ANTHROPOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF TELEVISION AND CULTURE by Conrad P. Kottak, Belmont, Calif.: Wadsworth Publishing, 1989

An anthropological study of the impact of television on culture. March 12: Sociologist Daniel Bell March 19: Economist Alice Rivlin April 2: Political Scientist Thomas Ferguson April 9: Economist Murray Weidenbaum April 16: Sociologist Joyce Ladner April 23: Demographer Samuel Preston April 30: Psychologist M.Brewster Smith May 7: Conclusion: The social sciences in the 21st century

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