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Test Bank For Cultural Anthropology: Mapping Cultures Across Space and Time, 1st Edition By Janice E. Stockard, Evelyn Blackwood, ISBN-10: 130565837X, ISBN-13: 9781305658370

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Test Bank For Cultural Anthropology: Mapping Cultures Across Space and Time, 1st Edition By E. Stockard
Test Bank For Cultural Anthropology: Mapping Cultures Across Space and Time, 1st Edition By Janice E. Stockard, Evelyn Blackwood, ISBN-10: 130565837X, ISBN-13: 9781305658370

TABLE OF CONTENTS

0. INTRODUCTION: CULTURAL ENCOUNTERS.
Cultural Anthropology. Pueblo Cultural Encounters. Pueblo Historical Attractions. How to Read This Book.
1. CULTURE, FIELDWORK, AND AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGY.
Fieldwork: Living Among the People You Study. Fieldwork Origins in the U.S. Southwest. Critique of Social Evolutionary Theory. Critique of Functionalism. Contemporary Field Practice.
2. SOCIAL GROUPS, STRATIFICATION, AND POWER.
People in Society and Culture. EthnoCase 2.1: Southeast Asia: Muslim Maidenhood in Lombok, Indonesia. The Making of Social Differences. EthnoCase 2.2: Southern Africa: Egalitarian San during the Foraging Era. Systems of Social Stratification. EthnoCase 2.3: Southeast Asia: Minangkabau, a Ranked Society. Class Societies. EthnoCase 2.4: East Asia: China before the People’s Republic of China (PRC): A Great Agrarian State Society.
3. HOUSEHOLDS AND ECONOMIES. ANTHROPOLOGY AND ECONOMICS.
Households. Modes of Production. Reciprocity, Redistribution, and Exchange. Informal Economies.
4. KIN AND FAMILIES: FORMS OF RELATEDNESS.
Kinship Defined. Descent-based Groups: Lines, Lineages, Clans. Matrilineal Kinship. The Dynamics of Patrilineal Kinship. Bilateral Kinship. The Post-Schneider Era in Kinship Studies. Changing Parenting, Changing Families.
5. MARRIAGE AND RESIDENCE PRACTICES. MAJOR FACTORS SHAPING FORMS OF MARRIAGE. Marital Residence Practices and the Relative Power of Spouses. Residence and Domestic Hierarchies. Theoretical Approaches to Marriage. Marriage Transformations.
6. GENDER IDENTITIES.
Gender and Culture. Gender and the Origins of Inequality. Gender and Power. Gender Identities.
7. SEXUALITY AND SEXUAL IDENTITIES.
Sexuality and Culture. Sexual Norms. Sexual Ideologies: Gender and Race. Sexual Identities.
8. RACE AND ETHNICITY.
Introduction: Shifting Racial Categories. The Origins of “Race”. Boas and the Issue of “Race” in the United States. Race as a Social Category. From “Race” to Culture and Ethnicity.
9. LANGUAGE AND MUSICAL EXPRESSION.
Language Change. Origins of Comparative Language Study. The Anthropological Study of Language.
Language and Thought . Music and Cultural Meanings.
10. RELIGION AND BELIEF SYSTEMS.
Religion and Belief in Anthropology. Religious Experience in Less Stratified Societies. Religious Belief and Practice in Class Societies. Variation Within a Religion.
11. TECHNOLOGIES AND CULTURE CHANGE.
Technologies as Culture. Subsistence Technologies: Less Stratified Societies. Agrarian Technologies.
Technologies, Cultures, and the Post-Industrial Work Place. Reproductive Technologies.
12. COLONIALISM, MODERNITY, AND DEVELOPMENT.
Colonial Encounters. The World-System Framework. The Rise of Development Theory. EthnoCase 12.3: Middle East and North Africa: Bedouin Nomads and Development, post-1970, Oman 432 Development Objectives and Expectations.
13. POLITIES: STATES AND NATION-STATES.
States and Nation-States. EthnoCase 13.1: Southeast Asia: The Indonesian State and the Creation of a National Identity. Socialist and Post-Socialist States. EthnoCase 13.2: East Asia: The Founding of the People’s Republic of China. State Transformations. EthnoCase 13.3: North America: First Nations in the United States. EthnoCase 13.4: East Asia: China, a State of Ethnic Diversity. States of War. EthnoCase 13.5: Andes: The Paramilitary and the State of War in Colombia.
14. MIGRATION AND BORDERLANDS IN THE GLOBAL ERA.
The New Global Era. Space and Place.