Culture, People, Nature: An Introduction to General Anthropology
Written by a foremost spokesperson on cultural materialism, this book introduces students to the four fields of anthropology making all aspects of archaeology, linguistics, physical anthropology and cultural anthropology accessible and relevant to readers.
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Dominant and Recessive Genes
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