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book-author

Jack David Eller

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PDF

isbn10

1138593761

isbn13

9781138593787

language

English

publisher

Routledge


Book Description

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Every page resonates with the author's expertise and passion, charting the trajectory of psychological anthropology's development. Through insightful discussions, the book celebrates the milestones, acknowledges the limitations, and contemplates the boundless potential that this field brings to the realm of anthropology. From early pioneers to contemporary thought leaders, the narrative traverses the intellectual landscape, providing a comprehensive perspective that is both enlightening and engaging.

Amidst the chapters, readers encounter a mosaic of ethnographic examples that bring theories to life and captivate the imagination. Rich and diverse, these case studies illuminate the intricate web of human experiences, facilitating a deeper connection to the core concepts of psychological anthropology. Boxes dedicated to in-depth discussions offer a treasure trove of insights, while summaries and thought-provoking questions add an interactive dimension, making it an ideal resource for teaching and learning.

For those embarking on their journey into psychological anthropology, this book stands as an essential compass. It not only introduces the nuances of the field but also ignites a passion for exploring the dynamic interplay between culture, psychology, and human behavior. Whether you're a student delving into this captivating intersection for the first time or an educator seeking a comprehensive guide, ‘Introduction to Psychological Anthropology' is a treasure trove of wisdom, bridging the realms of anthropology and psychology in a captivating and enlightening manner.”

book-author

Jack David Eller

file-type

PDF

isbn10

1138593761

isbn13

9781138593787

language

English

publisher

Routledge

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