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Anthropological observations on mankind have been instrumental in the development of the behavioural and social sciences. The Tavistock Press published many key works in this area and, reprinted here, is a selection of those titles which helped to inform further research into the study of human relations. Titles include the classic work Man in Africa, edited by Mary Douglas and Phyllis M. Kaberry, which provides challenges of far-reaching significance to the study of anthropology as a whole. Other areas covered include consumerism, urban ethnicity, social Darwinism and sociolinguistics.