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1 Introduction to Thinking Anthropologically Philip Carl Salzman Patricia C. Rice 1
2 What Anthropologists Look For: Patterns Philip Carl Salzman 6
3 Thinking Holistically Holly Peters-Golden 15
4 Thinking Theoretically Philip Carl Salzman 26
5 Using Science to Think Anthropologically Robin O'Brian Patricia C. Rice 36
6 Thinking About Change: Biological Evolution, Culture Change, and the Importance of Scale Jeffrey H. Cohen Jeffrey A. Kurland 45
7 Why Do Anthropological Experts Disagree? Anne Campbell Patricia C. Rice 55
8 Thinking and Acting Ethically in Anthropology Ann Kingsolver 68
9 Applying Anthropological Knowledge Aaron Podolefsky 76
10 Making Ideas Researchable Philip Carl Salzman Patricia C. Rice 85
11 Thinking Anthropologically About "Race": Human Variation, Cultural Construction, and Dispelling Myths Yolanda T. Moses 94
12 Thinking with Gender Paloma Gay Y. Blasco 106
13 Fieldwork: Collecting Information Philip Carl Salzman Barbara J. King Norah Moloney Norma Mendoza-Denton 116
14 How to Take Anthropology Tests Mary Pulford Patricia C. Rice 128
Name Index 141
Subject Index 143