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SOCIOCULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY CRITICAL AND PRIMARY SOURCES FOUR-VOLUME SET Edited by Barbara D. Miller, Professor of Anthropology and International Affairs, George Washington University, USA

• The first globally focussed collection of classic and contemporary writings in sociocultural anthropology

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• Brings together 80 classic and contemporary texts from pioneers of the field

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