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La INTRODUCCIÓN A LA ANTROPOLOGÍA GENERAL, que en sus sucesivas ediciones se ha convertido en una obra de referencia imprescindible, ofrece una aproximación a esta materia que abarca sus cuatro subcampos: la arqueología prehistórica, la antropología física, la antropología social y la lingüística antropológica. Asimismo, vincula los hechos y las teorías de la disciplina co ...more
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Published 2006 by Alianza Editorial (first published 1971)
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Aug 12, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Es uno de los libros que han marcado mi vida y mi posterior actitud ante la sociedad que me rodea, además de la visión que pueda hacerme de los sitios a los que viajo. Lo recomiendo a todos aquellos que tengan un mínimo de inquietud ante los aspectos sociales,culturales y en fin, antropología para empezar.Es cierto que es básico dentro de la antropología, sin embargo resulta eficaz al ser una visión de todos los aspectos con los que se trabaja en antropología. Es un libro realmente imprescindibl ...more
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Apr 03, 2008 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Conservation activists and academics
I keep this book handy to reference the full inventory of elements in sociocultural systems. No matter what problem is at hand, it is always good to review the full suite of sociocultural elements possibly relevant to its solution. Culture, People, Nature is relevant and useful to all of today's problems.
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May 06, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
An essential reading that touches every aspect of the society, its roots and the reason of the prevailing configuration. It is both a masterpiece and a beacon for those who desire to swim in the muddy waters of Anthropology.
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American anthropologist Marvin Harris was born in Brooklyn, New York. A prolific writer, he was highly influential in the development of cultural materialism. In his work he combined Karl Marx's emphasis on the forces of production with Malthus's insights on the impact of demographic factors on other parts of the sociocultural system. Labeling demographic and production factors as infrastructure, ...more