Culture, Self, Undergraduates
Robert LeVine has not only conducted an important body of child development research and trained many students (of whom I was one). He has also written and edited several volumes that introduce students to psychological anthropology. His latest reader fills a real need: I am aware of no other collection of current work in psychological anthropology for undergraduates. Aside from a few quibbles and some annoying typesetting errors, Psychological Anthropology: A Reader on Self in Culture is a first-rate compilation that demonstrates the relevance and excitement of psychological anthropology.
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Strauss, Claudia. Review of Psychological Anthropology: A Reader on Self in Culture, ed. Robert A. LeVine. Ethos 40.2 (2012): 1-3.
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