Welsch, Vivanco, Cultural Anthropology 3e

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Engaging students in learning about anthropology and teaching them to think critically (and “like an anthropologist”) are common course challenges for any instructor teaching cultural anthropology. Students struggle to understand the relevance of what they are learning and how it applies to their own lives and their own culture. Welsch and Vivanco take a question-based and an active-learning approach to engage students in the material and teach them to look at issues and problems the way an anthropologist would.

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