|Title:||Darkness in El Dorado: How Scientists and Journalists Devastated the Amazon|
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|Publisher:||W W Norton & Co Inc; 1 edition (November 2000)|
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Miriam said: There are two camps-those who support Chagnon and those who don't. The most important book on anthropology in decades, Darkness in El Dorado will be a work to be reckoned with by a new generation of students the world over. A National Book Award finalist; a New York Times Notable Book, a Los Angeles Times Best Book of the Year, and a Boston Globe Best Book of the Year.
To see his book as primarily an exposé of issues surrounding a measles epidemic would be to miss what I consider to be its main point. Fighting the Darkness in El Dorado: Profile of Napoleon Chagnon. American 284(3): 26-28.
The most important book on anthropology in decades, Darkness in El Dorado will be a work to be reckoned with by a new generation of students the world over. 16 pages of b/w photographs.
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Atomic Energy Commission. The greatest merit of Darkness in El Dorado lies in Tierney’s exploration of the range of factors and influences that have brought the Yanomami to their present state. In so doing, these outsiders have carried in disease and exacerbated mistrust and hostility between different Yanomami groups.
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