Book Review Guide For this assignment, you will be writing a 3 page book review, using an ethnography from the selected list below: Chagnon, Napoleon. 2013. Yąnomamö. 6th edition. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Cengage Learning. Eder. James F. 2009. Migrants to the Coasts: Livelihood, Resource, Management, and Global Change in the Philippines. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Cengage Learning. Holmes-Eber, Paula. 2003. Daughters of Tunis: Women, Family, and Networks in a Muslim City. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Lee, Richard B. 2013. The Dobe Ju/’hoansi. 4th edition. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Cengage Learning. Sikkink, Lynn. 2010. New Cures, Old Medicines: Women and the Commercialization of Traditional Medicine in Bolivia. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Cengage Learning. Structuring your review The following is a suggestion on how to structure your review. The suggestions are general and applicable to writing papers and essays for any subject, but specific here because of the very limited page numbers of your assignment. Your readers (myself included) will appreciate organization, clarity, and focus in your writing, and by structuring your review in the following manner, you will have a well-conceived book review. There are three main sections for a review: Introduction, Body, and Conclusion. The Introduction is where you briefly introduce the book, an overview of its contents, and major conclusions. This section should be around one paragraph long. The next and largest section is the Body. The Body of your review is where you will discuss the contents of the book. It may be tempting to go chapter by chapter, but it will be more fruitful if you try to write about the major themes that the author is tackling. You can use examples from the text to illustrate those themes. This section should be around 2 -3 pages long. The final section is the Conclusion. Now would be the time to include criticism, your own questions or insights. You can also include any outside sources should you wish. Close the review with any final remarks, conclusions, lingering questions, and so on. This section should be around 2 to 3 paragraphs long. Formatting Use 11 or 12 point standard true-type fonts, such as Arial, Times, or Times New Roman. Do not use unusual or exotic fonts as they are too hard to read. Use double-spacing for the text. Use 1 inch margins on all four sides of each page. Please number your pages. A title page is not necessary; put your name and class number in the top left corner, single-spaced. When you 2 quote text that it is over 3 lines long, use a block quote with 10 point font, single-spaced, and with an additional 1 inch indentation on the left and right. Citation style If you include any citations or bibliographic references, you are required to use the American Anthropological Association (AAA) Style for your papers. In-text citations usually include the author, year, and page numbers, ex. (Du Bry 2007:143). In your bibliography, include complete bibliographic information: author, year/date, titles, publisher, publisher location. Please consult the AAA Style Guide: . Plagiarism Any use of another person’s ideas or words, taken directly or paraphrased, without citing the source is plagiarism. This includes taking material from the Internet without citing the website. If you are unsure as to proper citation methods or have any questions or doubts, please contact me. Plagiarism and other forms of cheating will not be tolerated and will result in failure of the course and possible expulsion from this institution. Please write this book report on this one Duffy, Kevin. 1996. Children of the Forest: Africa’s Mbuti Pygmies. Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press.