PART ONE: BASIC CONCEPTS AND METHODS IN ANTHROPOLOGY
Chapter 1: Anthropology: What Are Its Subfields and Perspectives?
Chapter 2: Culture: What Makes Us Strangers When We Are Away from Home?
Chapter 3: Fieldwork: How Are Data Gathered?
Chapter 4: Language: Is This What Makes Us Human?
PART TWO: CROSS-CULTURAL ADAPTIVE PATTERNS
Chapter 5: Subsistence Strategies and Resource Allocation I: What Challenges Face Foragers?
Chapter 6: Subsistence Strategies and Resource Allocation II: How Did Food Production Transform Culture?
Chapter 7: Marriage, Family, and Residence: What Are the Possibilities?
Chapter 8: Kinship and Descent: Are These the Ties That Bind?
Chapter 9: Gender and Sexuality: Nature or Nurture?
Chapter 10: Political Order, Disorder, and Social Control: Who Decides?
Chapter 11: Belief Systems: How Do We Explain the Unexplainable?
Chapter 12: Expressions: Is This Art?
PART THREE: APPLYING THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
Chapter 13: Culture Change and Globalization: What Have We Learned?
Chapter 14: Applying Anthropology: How Does It Make a Difference?
Appendix A: How Do You Read an Ethnography?
Appendix B: How Do You Make String Figures?