ERIC Number: ED422202
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1997
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The Teaching of Anthropology: Problems, Issues, and Decisions.
Kottak, Conrad Phillip, Ed.; White, Jane J., Ed.; Furlow, Richard H., Ed.; Rice, Patricia C., Ed.
This volume brings together the insights of more than 40 contributors who demonstrate that anthropology has timely, important, and enduring messages for students and the public. The book provides the first comprehensive examination of teaching issues across all the subfields of anthropology since the 1963 publication of "The Teaching of Anthropology," edited by Mandelbaum, Lasker, and Albert. The teaching of general, cultural, physical, archaeological, linguistic, and applied anthropology is broadly addressed in the book. This book contains six sections and an introduction. The introduction is "The Transmission of Anthropological Culture Today" (Conrad P. Kottak). Section 1 examines "Teaching the Introductory Course." Section 2 presents "Teaching about Cultural Diversity." Section 3 talks about "Teaching Linguistic Anthropology." Section 4 examines "Teaching Paleoanthropology." Section 5 focuses on "Teaching Applied Anthropology." Section 6 contains ideas on "Teaching Anthropology to Precollegiate Teachers and Students." (EH)
Descriptors: Anthropological Linguistics, Anthropology, Archaeology, Cross Cultural Studies, Cultural Context, Cultural Pluralism, Educational Anthropology, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethnography, Folk Culture, Higher Education, Race, Racial Bias, Social Studies, Teacher Education
Mayfield Publishing Company, 1280 Villa Street, Mountain View, CA 94041-1176.
Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
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Note: Foreword by Jack Cornman.