Foundations in Socio-Cultural Anthropology
Vivian Solana Moreno
The purpose of this guide is to help you find academic sources of information to supplement your course readings and help you complete your assignments.
The resources below are good starting points. They provide:
- definitions for key anthropological concepts
- background information on ethnographic works, including the chronology of research for various topics and the names of the researchers who have been involved
- more precise search terms to use in Omni and academic databases
- Countries and their cultures [electronic resource] / Melvin Ember and Carol R. Ember, editors.
- Encyclopedia of social and cultural anthropology [electronic resource] / edited by Alan Barnard, Jonathan Spencer.
- Faces of anthropology : a reader for the 21st century / edited by Kevin A. Rafferty, Dorothy Chinwe Ukaegbu.
- Films on Demand (Collection of streaming educational videos that cover a wide spectrum of disciplines. Contains both clips and full-length videos.)
- Perspectives [electronic resource] : an open invitation to cultural anthropology / edited by Nina Brown, Laura Tubelle de González, and Thomas McIlwraith.
- Social and cultural anthropology [electronic resource] : the key concepts / Nigel Rapport and Joanna Overing.
- Theory in social and cultural anthropology [electronic resource] : an encyclopedia / editors, R. Jon McGee, Richard L. Warms, Texas State University, San Marcos.