I wouldn't for sure anyhow for fear of getting in trouble or something like that.
"Prof. Nathan" does a good job in documenting the enormous gap between the experience of college for faculty, administrators and students.
She admits up front that her research is flawed and yet she tries to paint broad conclusions on this very narrow experience.
This book to me felt like it was meant for high school students being introduced to anthropology, not a college sophomore. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Eniola Afolayan
The book came in a good fast amount of time. The seller was very professional and it turned out i didn't even need the book for my class at the last minute. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rebecca
Price was right, School class reading made this book a must and it was in great condition/ no worries when buying used books from here very pleased.Published 6 months ago by Lynette
It is in good condition. I have yet to see any writing in the book and cheap! I say go for it.Published 6 months ago by Nifeace Stevens
I started reading my book, and had a missing page. I just thought it was one accident, until I read more, and more pages were missing. This is unfortunate.Published 7 months ago by May
this book was new when I received it, and now it has a few highlighting and underlining. although its in perfect condition. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Diana Catana
A fun read. The author has lots of interesting insights (which made for good discussions in our seminar class). Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kinta Serve
Written in a dry academic style, this book is short on compelling anecdotes and devoid of any flavor or fun, yet on the other hand doesn't seem rigid enough a study to qualify as a... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Honey Cricket