By: C Ember
432 pages, 432p. Paperback
With an emphasis on humans as both biological and cultural beings, this introduction to physical anthropology and archaeology features a focus on not only what humans are and were, but why they got to be that way. Results of current research are presented in a jargon-free manner that readers can readily understand and are accompanied by full documentation. Based on an extensively updated and revised version of Ember and Ember's Anthropology this volume addresses human evolution both biologically and culturally, modern humans and applied and practicing anthropology. For those interested in anthropology, archaeology, and human evolution.
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