|Title||Engaging anthropological theory : A social and political history|
|Imprint||London : Routledge, 2013|
|Descript||xxi, 360 p. : ill. , 24 cm|
Of politics and paradigms. -- Claims and critique of anthropological knowledge. -- The prehistory of anthropology. -- Marx. -- Durkheim and Weber. -- Spencer, Darwin, and an evolutionary parable for our time. -- Boas and the demise of cultural evolution. -- Culture and psychology. -- Structure and function. -- Decolonization and anti-structure. -- Ecological and neo-evolutionary approaches. -- Contemporary materialist and ecological approaches. -- Symbols, structures, and the "web of significance" -- postmodern political economy and sensibilities. -- The contemporary anthropological moment.
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