The Best Business and Leadership Books of 2018. Richard H. Robbins is an anthropologist at the State University of New York at Plattsburgh with an interest in applying anthropology, as well as other disciplines, to the understanding of global problems. His other publications include Talking Points on Global Issues: A Reader and Darwin and the Bible: The Cultural Confrontation.
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This title is out of print. Robbins' book spells this out in clear and easy-to-read prose. It is the one book that every college student should be required to read. Takes a student-oriented, problem-based approach. Robbins, State University of New York at Plattsburgh. Focuses on social problems such as hunger, poverty, environmental devastation, disease, gender issues, and social conflict. Helps students to understand the cultural roots of global problems and the changes that are necessary if these problems are to be solved.
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Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 1999. works as a system of cultural meanings and culturally defined.
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Published July 19th 2004 by Allyn & Bacon (first published August 14th 1998). 0205407412 (ISBN13: 9780205407415).
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This award-winning text explores one of the most successful cultures and society the world has ever seen–capitalism.
From capitalism's European roots more than 500 years ago to the present, this text examines the problems caused by its expansion, inequality, environmental destruction, and social unrest.
Global Problems and the Culture of Capitalism provides the reader with the anthropological, economic, and historical framework to understand the origins of global problems, why globalization and the global expansion of the culture of capitalism has generated protest and resistance, and the steps necessary to solve global problems. Up-to-date information throughout the text helps students maintain a current view of the rapidity of global change.
As one reviewer says, “In today's world of global cultures the key to solving the problems of the future depends on understanding the cultures of today. Robbins' book spells this out in clear and easy-to-read prose. It is the one book that every college student should be required to read.”