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Download Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective - Caroline B. Brettell
Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective

Introduces students to the significant topics in the field of anthropology of gender - drawing not only from classic sources, but also from the diverse literature on gender roles and ideology around the world. This book takes an accessible approach to the subject matter, making coverage appropriate for students from a variety of levels.

Author: Caroline B. Brettell
Pages: 575 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 29.62 Mb
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