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  1. Social and Cultural Anthropology: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by John Monaghan, Peter Just, 2000-06-15
  2. The Relevance of Models for Social Anthropology (Routledge Library Editions: Anthropology and Ethnography)
  3. Rural Society in Southeast India (Cambridge Studies in Social and Cultural Anthropology) by Kathleen Gough, 2008-01-07
  4. Anthropology and Social Theory: Culture, Power, and the Acting Subject (John Hope Franklin Center Books) by SherryB. Ortner, 2006-01-01
  5. Sharing Our Worlds An Introduction to Cultural and Social Anthropology by Joy Hendry, 2008-04-01
  6. Law, Anthropology, and the Constitution of the Social: Making Persons and Things (Cambridge Studies in Law and Society)
  7. Social Anthropology by Evans-Pritchard, 2010-01-18
  8. The Social Fabric of Health: An Introduction to Medical Anthropology by John Janzen, John Janzen, 2001-08-23
  9. Social Lives of Medicines (Cambridge Studies in Medical Anthropology) by Susan Reynolds Whyte, Sjaak van der Geest, et all 2003-03-24
  10. Encyclopedia of Social and Cultural Anthropology
  11. The Anthropology of Development and Globalization: From Classical Political Economy to Contemporary Neoliberalism (Blackwell Anthologies in Social and Cultural Anthropology)
  12. Law and Anthropology: A Reader (Blackwell Anthologies in Social and Cultural Anthropology)
  13. Social and Cultural Anthropology: The Key Concepts by Nigel Rapport, Joanna Overing, 2007-11-29
  14. Anthropology and Child Development: A Cross-Cultural Reader (Blackwell Anthologies in Social and Cultural Anthropology)

1. Internet Resources For Social And Cultural Anthropology
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  • Anthro.Net A search engine that "queries a database of over 40,000 reviewed web sites with anthropological content built by the interests of its users." Anthropology (Social Science Hub) Maintained by Sharyn Clarkson, Canberra, Australia. Anthropology and Archaeology (Yahoo) Search these categories: archaeology, biological anthropology, Cargo Cult, conferences, education, ethnobotany, ethnomusicology, institutes, journals, linguistics and human languages, mailing lists, museums, organizations, papers, Usenet. Anthropology Resources on the Internet Maintained by the American Anthropological Association.

2. ASAO Home Page
ASAO. Association for social anthropology in Oceania. The ASSOCIATION FOR social anthropology IN OCEANIA (ASAO) is an international

3. Anthropology Resources At The University Of Kent
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4. Max Planck Institute For Social Anthropology
An academic society that supports anthropological field research, complemented by historical analysis and a range of social science methods.
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5. Social Anthropology At The University Of Manchester
Skip to content Accessibility, social anthropology at the University of Manchester, Welcome to the social anthropology Department. Centre of Excellence .
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The Department of Social Anthropology at Manchester University has long been recognised, both nationally and internationally, as one of the foremost centres for research and teaching in the subject in the United Kingdom. Contributions made by individual members of staff have sustained the reputation of the Department, confirmed, once again, by a 5 rating being awarded in the most recent Higher Education Funding Council's Research Assessment Exercise, and by a grade of 'Excellent' in the latest HEFCE review of the quality of teaching.
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6. FASS - Department Of Sociology And Social Anthropology
Dalhousie University Department of Sociology and social anthropology Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4P9 Canada Telephone(902) 4946593 Fax(902) 494-2897.
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7. Department Of Social Anthropology, University Of Oslo
FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES Department of social anthropology. Department of social anthropology. Information in Norwegian. About the Department.
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Visiting address: Eilert Sundts hus, 6th floor, Moltke Moes vei 31
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8. Social Anthropology
Aims and Scope. social anthropology is an international journal that serves the needs of all scholars with an interest in social anthropology. Not only does it

9. CSAC Anthropology Bibliography
More results from SocanthDepartment of social anthropology University of Cambridge. Department of social anthropology, Free School Lane, Cambridge CB2 3RF.
CSAC Anthropology Bibliography
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Makhzan, the CSAC general social anthropology bibliography, is the result of collaborative data sharing by many people over the years. It was started by John Davis and has been regularly updated by Mike Fischer, David Zeitlyn and Marcus Banks as well as incorporating submissions sent by others, and from other sources. It aims to cover the general field of social anthropology in its broadest sense. We would welcome additional material from users. A word of caution: the data in this database has not been verified according to the highest bibliographic standards. Where there is uncertainty about a date, for example, which becomes evident when two records for 'the same' reference give different years we have left them both in. It is some consolation that COPAC which is produced by professional librarians at some of the most prestigious UK institutions has similar problems! Please send comments and suggestions to

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social anthropology. Staff members and their research interests. Research Groups in social anthropology. Mongolia and Inner Asia Studies Unit.
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Haddon in his office in Cambridge Photo taken from the article by Sandra Rouse in the Cambridge Anthropology Journal celebrating the centenary of the expedition to the Torres Strait. Dr Susan Bayly The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute , formerly Man . [On leave Michaelmas and Lent Terms] Room G.6; T: 34592; e-mail: Dr Barbara Bodenhorn (Pembroke/Newton Trust Lecturer) '4th World' politics (environmental and other); anthropology and economic relations; gender. The Arctic (N Alaska). T: 38109; e-mail: Dr Hildegard Diemberger (Mongolia and Inner Asia Studies Unit) specialises in the Tibetan cultural area. Her research focuses on local-state dynamics and deals with the impact of radical change on traditional communities. Her work covers landscape, space and time; local history and memory; changing notions of power and kinship; debates over continuity, tradition and modernity. Room 1.3; T: 34587; e-mail:

11. Social Science Resources: Sociology And Anthhropology
from the Centre for social anthropology and Computing, University of Kent at The Centre for social anthropology and Computing CSAC Anthropology Bibliography. Anthropology in the
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  • Social Indicators : from the United Nations Statistics Division.
  • Hypersociology : from Argentina in Spanish and English versions.
  • SociopĂ´le : Ressources en sociologie en France et dans le monde francophone.
  • Central American Post Graduate Program in Sociology : from Costa Rica, mostly in Spanish; includes student research abstracts since 1979.
  • Sociology and Anthropology Resource Links at Western Connecticut State University.
  • A sociological tour through cyberspace
  • Pew Research Center: Internet and American Life [pdf]
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  • Pagina de Sociologma de Artemio Baigorri : in Spanish. English translation is at this location
  • Socioweb : Generalized Sociology resources.
  • 12. Socanth
    Department of social anthropology. Introduction. Useful Links. Anthropology sources. Events and Department News. Turbaning of the Yarema in Hausaland, Niger; photograph by Sean Pratt Department
    Department of Social Anthropology University of Cambridge Introduction Useful Links Anthropology sources Events and Department News Turbaning of the Yarema in Hausaland, Niger; photograph by Sean Pratt Department of Social Anthropology, Free School Lane, Cambridge CB2 3RF.
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    13. Cambridge Journals Online - Journal Home Page
    My CJO Index, My CJO Homepage social anthropology, social anthropology Published for the European Association of Social Anthropologists 2003, Volume 11.
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    Volume 11 Issue 01 Feb 2003 pp 3-140 Issue 02 Jun 2003 pp 143-281 Issue 03 Oct 2003 pp 285-402
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    Editor(s): Peter Pels, University of Leiden, The Netherlands
    Social Anthropology is an international journal that serves the needs of all scholars with an interest in social anthropology. Not only does it publish some of the best scholarship available, but it acts as a forum for debate about key issues and concepts in the field, challenging and re-examining the boundaries of the discipline. As well as original research articles, the journal includes critical notes and a substantial book review section. Subscription Prices Year Category Access Type Price* Institutions subscribe Institutions Online Only subscribe Individuals Print Only subscribe *Purchases from the United States, Canada, and Mexico are in US dollars. All other purchases are in pounds sterling. Price does not include VAT, GST or other applicable taxes

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    15. Socal Anthropology: Home
    social anthropology. home. Welcome to social anthropology at the University of Edinburgh. social anthropology at Edinburgh is a centre
    Social Anthropology




    Welcome to Social Anthropology
    at the University of Edinburgh
    Social Anthropology at Edinburgh is a centre of excellence in the training of social anthropologists at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Postgraduate study is available as taught or research based study. We also have a thriving research culture. From its foundation, Edinburgh's Department of Social Anthropology was one of the first in Britain to specialize in the study of what were then called 'complex societies', with particular emphasis on the study of Scottish society. This emphasis continues, along with a long and continuing tradition of research in African anthropology. Our specialist interests have expanded rapidly in recent years, adding South and South-East Asia and the Middle East to its regional expertise. In recent years we have developed a distinctive body of research and teaching which systematically links the everyday world of domestic intimacy to the wider context of public events and the political. This manifests itself in an exciting body of new work on nationalism and the state; material culture and public memory; kinship, person and gender; and social development.

    16. Social Science: Anthropology
    Museums, Exhibits News. Anthropology in the News ( Texas A M) Anthropology Exhibits on the WWW ( Centre for social anthropology Computing) Anthropology Museums
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    17. Social Anthropology: Postgraduate: MSc/Diploma
    social anthropology. Objectives. The Diploma/MSc is a conversion course, offering an intensive introduction to contemporary social anthropology.
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    The Diploma/MSc is a conversion course, offering an intensive introduction to contemporary social anthropology. It is primarily intended for graduates with little or no previous training in anthropology; these may be either students contemplating future doctoral research in social anthropology or students who wish to acquire anthropological expertise to supplement their existing range of professional skills. As such it involves a combination of graduate-level seminar work with attendance in some undergraduate honours courses. back to top
    The course combines two terms of coursework with a substantial dissertation. Students achieving a satisfactory mark in the coursework may graduate with the Diploma; those achieving a higher pass mark will be allowed to continue to work on a dissertation. Successful completion of the dissertation qualifies the student for the MSc.
    All courses are assessed by a single essay of 4,000 words.

    18. Department Of Cultural And Social Anthropology
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    Academic paper from the Centre for social anthropology and Computing, University of Kent.
    The belief in survival after death is not a response of the individual to death. It is accepted as part of his heritage and must therefore be related to mortuary and other social customs. Social anthropologists who explain it entirely by the emotional comfort it gives to the dying person and his survivors avoid many of the important problems involved. Typical statements such as that by believing in his immortality man "never has to come to an impasse and his hope will hurdle death itself," or that in the "conflict and chaos" of death religion "standardises the comforting, the saving belief," are very facile explanations. Unloved parents are buried with full ceremony; strangers have special funerals; people dying away from home may be buried by proxy. The emotions expressed at a funeral may have no relation to the emotions actually felt. Thus Miss Hunter tells us of the Mpondo that "women are not expected to make a fuss and weep after a child is buried ....., but the fact that they are composed does not mean that they do not feel the loss bitterly." Mortuary customs impose on the survivors not only certain modes of behaviour but also the simulation of certain emotions which may or may not be felt. Thus the statements of Wallis and Malinowski may describe the emotional satisfaction derived on occasion from a funeral but they do not advance a sociological understanding of all mortuary customs and beliefs. I propose in the following analysis to indicate what seems to me some of the major problems, chiefly by reference to Junod's account of the Thonga of Portuguese East Africa.

    20. ASA Monographs On CD
    Michael Banton, editor 1. The Relevance of Models for social anthropology. Contents, 4. The social anthropology of Complex Societies. Contents,
    The Association of Social Anthropologists
    ASA Publications - Monographs CD
    ASA Monographs 1-10 on CD - full Table of Contents
    The monographs in question are:
  • Banton, M. 1965. The relevance of models for social anthropology . London: Tavistock Publications.
  • Banton, M. 1965. Political systems and the distribution of power . London: Tavistock.
  • Banton, M. 1966. Anthropological approaches to the study of religion . London: Tavistock Publications.
  • Banton, M. 1966. The social anthropology of complex societies . London: Tavistock Publications.
  • Leach, E. 1967. The Structural study of myth and totemism
  • Firth, R.W. 1967. Themes in economic anthropology . London: Tavistock.
  • Lewis, I.M. 1968. History and social anthropology . London: Tavistock.
  • Mayer, P. 1970. Socialization: the approach from social anthropology . London: Tavistock.
  • M. Douglas. 1970. London: Tavistock.
  • Ardener, E. 1971. Social anthropology and language . London: Tavistock.
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    1. The Relevance of Models for Social Anthropology
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