Other Cultures. Aimes,Methods and Achievements in Social Anthropology.


It is only quite recently in human history that it has come to be fairly-though by no means universally-accepted that all human beings are fundamentally alike:that they share the same basic interests,and so have certain common obligations to one another simply as people.Social anthropologists study people’s customs,social institutions and values,and the ways in which these are interrelated. A very interesting study this.

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H/b in the original boards,with worn corners and edges,marked and stained,no d/w.Size 9×6 pp XII+283,inc,index,some short reading lists.Hinges strong.binding good to firm.Page 91 has been torn out.Wich of course has ruined the book.There is a name written on the ffe/p no foxing,staining or browning.internally clean and bright throughout.


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