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When you adopt Social Anthropology, we are pleased to provide you with:
a test bank containing multiple choice questions, true or false questions, short answer questions, and discussion questions for each chapter,
an Instructor's Manual containing suggested in-class activities, assignments, and films, and
PowerPoint slides for each chapter.
"The Instructor’s Manual for Edward Hedican’s Social Anthropology: Canadian Perspectives on Culture and Society is a rich set of practical exercises for helping introductory anthropology students learn core concepts. The manual is really a compilation of student-centred activities. I like it because the activities are suited to different styles of teaching and learning. They are adaptable, achievable projects suitable for classes of all sizes. The manual is about teaching anthropology – and it is full of new ideas to try out."
―Tad McIlwraith, University of Guelph