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Test Bank for Conformity and Conflict 15th Edition by Spradley

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Table of Content PART I: CULTURE AND ETHNOGRAPHY 1. Ethnography and Culture by James P. Spradley 2. Eating Christmas in the Kalahari by Richard Borshay Lee 3. Fieldwork on Prostitution in the Era of AIDS by Claire E. Sterk 4. Nice Girls Don’t Talk to Rastas by George Gmelch PART II: LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION 5. Shakespeare in the Bush by Laura Bohannan 6. Manipulating Meaning: The Military Name Game by Sarah Boxer 7. Conversation Style: Talking on the Job by Deborah Tannen PART III: ECOLOGY AND SUBSISTENCE 8. The Hunters: Scarce Resources in the Kalahari by Richard Borshay Lee 9. Illegal Logging and Frontier Conservation by Nathan Williamson 10. We Are Going Underwater by Susan A. Crate 11. Forest Development the Indian Way by Richard K. Reed PART IV: ECONOMIC SYSTEMS 12. Reciprocity and the Power of Giving by Lee Cronk 13. Poverty at Work: Office Employment and the Crack Alternative by Philippe Bourgois 14. Women in the mine by Jessica Smith Rolston 15. Malawi Versus the World Bank by Sonia Patten PART V: KINSHIP AND FAMILY 16. Mother’s Love: Death Without Weeping by Nancy Scheper-Hughes 17. Family and Kinship in Village India by David W. McCurdy 18. Polyandry: When Brothers Take a Wife by Melvyn C. Goldstein 19. Marriage and Adulthood in West Africa by Susanna Fioratta PART VI: IDENTITY, ROLES AND GROUPS 20. Negotiating Work and Family in America by Dianna Shandy and Karine Moe 21. Becoming Muslim in Europe by Mikaela Rogozen-Soltar 22. Mixed Blood by Jefferson M. Fish 23. Motorcycles, Membership, and Belonging by David W. McCurdy PART VII: LAW AND POLITICS 24. Cross-Cultural Law: The Case of an American Gypsey by Anne Sutherland 25. Law and Order by James P. Spradley and David W. McCurdy 26. Navigating Nigerian Bureaucracies by Elizabeth A. Eames 27. Illegal Economics and the Untold Story of the Amputees by Carolyn Nordstrom PART VIII: RELIGION, MAGIC, AND WORLDVIEW 28. The Worst Lover: Boyfriend Spirits in Senegal by Rachel Mueller 29: Baseball Magic by George Gmelch 30. Run for the Wall: An American Pilgrimage by Jill Dubisch 31. Body Ritual Among the Nacirema by Horace Miner PART IX: GLOBALIZATION 32. How Sushi Went Global by Theodore C. Bestor 33. Village Walks: Tourism and Globalization Among the Tharu of Nepal by Arjun Guneratne and Kate Bjork 34. Nuer Refugees in America by Dianna Shandy 35. Global Women in the New Economy by Barbara Ehrenreich and Arlie Russell Hochschild PART X: USING AND DOING ANTHROPOLOGY 36. Advice for Developers: Peace Corps Problems in Botswana by Hoyt S. Alverson 37. Medical Anthropology: Improving Nutrition in Malawi by Sonia Patten 38. Public Interest in Ethnography: Women’s Prisons and Health Care in California by Rachael Stryker 39. Using Anthropology by David McCurdy

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