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Encyclopaedia of Anthropology; 7 Volumes / Maini, Darshan Singh (Ed.)
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  Book ID : 5966
  ISBN-10 : 81-7099-779-8 / 8170997798
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-7099-779-5 / 9788170997795
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2015
  Edition : (Reprint)
  Language : English
  2004p., Index, 23 cm. (First Edition pub. in 2001)
   
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CONTENTS:-

Vol. 1: Anthropology of Peace:
1. Culture and cooperation in human evolution.
2. Anthropology and peace studies.
3. Peace in tribal societies.
4. The dynamics of peace.
5. Peace and power.
6. Surrendered men.
7. Psychocultural dynamics.
8. Aggression control.
9. Ceremonial dialogue.
10. Rituals of peace.

Vol. 2: Cognitive Anthropology:
1. Formal organization and symbolic representation.
2. Situational sign and social attentiveness.
3. Partial equivalence of grammars.
4. Linguistic model for narrative analysis.
5. Unification of scientific explanation.
6. Psychogenesis from lowest organisms to man.
7. Anthropological significance of empirical research on psychic unity.
8. University of inference-making.
9. Rules and languages.
10. Plot component and symbolic component.
11. Discourse and inference in cognitive anthropology.
12. Synthetic informant model.

Vol. 3: Cultural Anthropology:
1. Integration of crow Indian culture.
2. Archaeological approaches to cultural evolution.
3. Self-management of cultures.
4. Survival of cultural focus.
5. Proto central Algonquian kinship system.
6. Culture and logical process.
7. Semantic structure and social structure.
8. Structural description of Subanum "religious behaviour".
9. Ethnogenealogical method.
10. Social structure of Santa Cruz island.
11. The Calusa society.
12. Componential analysis.

Vol. 4: Genetic Anthropology:
1. Anthropology and human genetics.
2. Anthropological genetics.
3. Genetic distance.
4. Population structure.
5. Feasibility of demographic studies.
6. Population analysis.
7. Genetic adaptation.
8. Historical demography.
9. Demographic processes.
10. Genetics and isolate populations.
11. Gene frequency differences in human populations.
12. Human genetic distances.
13. Measures of population distances.

Vol. 5: Philosophical Anthropology:
1. Introduction to philosophical anthropology.
2. Philosophical anthropology and the humanities.
3. Existentialism.
4. Michael Polanyi.
5. Debate on behaviour.
6. Development of Daseinanalysis.
7. Erwin Straus.
8. Edmund Husserl.
9. Karl Jaspers and Gabriel Marcel.
10. Maurice Merleau-Ponty.

Vol. 6: Political Anthropology:
1. Anthropology and politics.
2. Contemporary economic anthropology.
3. Anthropologists and their terminologies.
4. Anthropology and the colonial encounter.
5. Counterrevolutionary tradition.
6. Colonial and postcolonial anthropology.
7. Participant observation.
8. Colonialist heritage.
9. Anthropological science.
10. Anthropology of male and female.
11. Viricentrism and anthropology.
12. Anthropologists and social reality.
13. Women and development.
14. Indian self-government and the role of anthropology.
15. Present-day state of anthropology.

Vol. 7: Social Anthropology:
1. Measurement, scales and statistics.
2. Building anthropological theory.
3. Art and science in field work.
4. Counting and sampling.
5. Tools of social anthropological research.

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The Encyclopaedia of Anthropology in seven volumes deals with the nature and position of anthropology as a subject among various fields like culture, social, political, cognitive, genetic, philosophy and peace etc. It explains its development, theoretical orientation and methods, its social and cultural backgrounds, fundamental concepts, civilization, kinship system etc. The science of anthropology grows as members of previously non-participating cultures come to share in the gathering and interpretation of data, the building theory. We learn objectivity by studying other peoples gain insight by the studies that others make of us and achieve responsibility by applying the results of our rapidly changing, evolving world. Each volumes in this encyclopaedia brings together significant contributions with some aspect of a science that is increasingly complex, vital and related to the future.
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