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Kirtland Community College Library GN 316 .G84 2018 30775305538739 General Collection Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781324000778
  • Physical Description: print
    xxxi, 396 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton & Company, 2018.

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General Note: Kenneth J. Guest is a professor at Baruch College and the author of God in Chinatown: Religion and Survival in New York's Evolving Immigrant Community (2003). His research focuses on China, New York City, immigration, religion, and transnationalism. He has conducted fieldwork in China and the United States.
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: pt. 1. Anthropology for the 21st century. Anthropology in a global age ; Culture ; Fieldwork and ethnography ; Language -- pt. 2. Unmasking the structures of power. Race and racism ; Ethnicity and nationalism ; Gender ; Sexuality ; Kinship, family, and marriage ; Class and inequality -- pt. 3. Change in the modern world. The global economy ; Politics and power ; Religion ; Health and illness ; Art and media.
Summary, etc.: Cultural Anthropology: A Reader for a Global Age presents the essential readings and diverse voices that make cultural anthropology come alive. Best-selling author Ken Guest's rich headnotes and smart discussion questions guide students to make connections between key concepts in each reading the dynamics of our rapidly globalizing world.
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Kenneth J. Guest is a professor at Baruch College and the author of God in Chinatown: Religion and Survival in New York's Evolving Immigrant Community (2003). His research focuses on China, New York City, immigration, religion, and transnationalism. He has conducted fieldwork in China and the United States.
Subject: Ethnology
Applied anthropology
Globalization
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