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Explains how and why human cultures differ so significantly throughout house and time

Human tradition: Highlights of Cultural Anthropology, 3/e helps scholars know how people differ culturally and why they received to be that approach. It presents either a entire and clinical advent to cultural anthropology. This new version has an elevated and up to date concentrate on environmental matters.


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