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The public value of anthropology. Engaging critical social issues through ethnography - E. Tauber

DATA DI RILASCIO 18/09/2015
DIMENSIONE DEL FILE 11,36
ISBN 9788860460769
LINGUAGGIO ITALIANO
AUTRICE/AUTORE E. Tauber
FORMATO: PDF EPUB MOBI
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...e determinants of the human condition, structures of social power, and the construction of ideologies in both ... The public value of anthropology. Engaging critical social ... ... ... Anthropology is the study of all aspects of human culture. Ethnography is a field-based research method - not unique to anthropology - employing observation and interviewing to investigate social practices and the meanings behind social interaction. Ethnology involves the systematic Public Anthropology: Engaging Social Issues in the Modern World [Hedican, Edward J.] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Public Anthropology: Engaging Social Issues in the Mod ... The public value of anthropology. Engaging critical social ... ... .] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Public Anthropology: Engaging Social Issues in the Modern World Public anthropology engages issues and audiences beyond today's self-imposed disciplinary boundaries. The focus is on conversations with broad audiences about broad concerns. Although some anthropologists already engage today's big questions regarding rights, health, violence, governance and justice, many refine narrow (and narrower) problems that concern few (and fewer) people outside the ... Ethnographic fieldwork, carried out according to the method of long-term participant-observation, is what defines social anthropology. The method is inductive and open-ended. As such, the method directs the anthropologist to study that which is of significance to the community studied rather than test a number of hypotheses formulated in advance of the fieldwork. Contemporary anthropology has changed drastically in the new millennium, expanding beyond the anachronistic study of "primitive" societies to confront the burning social, economic, and political challenges of the day. In the process, anthropologists often come face to face with issues that require them to take a public position--issues such as race and tolerance, health and well-being, food ... The broader debate for public anthropology (e.g. Borofsky, 2000, 2011, n.d.; Gottlieb, 1997; Lamphere, 2004; McClancy and McDonaugh, 1996; Purcell, 2000; Scheper-Hughes, 2009) or engaged anthropology (see, for example, see the essays in Current Anthropology, 2010) and for public sociology (e.g. Burawoy, 2005)—to name only two disciplines that have extensively batted around this issue—has ... Contemporary anthropology has changed drastically in the new millennium, expanding beyond the anachronistic study of "primitive" societies to confront the burning social, economic, and political challenges of the day. In the process, anthropologists often come face to face with issues that require them to take a public position—issues such as race and tolerance, health and well-being ... Ethnography in Anthropology and Its Value for Education In the educational research literature, it is not uncommon to find ethnography equated with qualitative, naturalistic, case study, participant-observant, or field based research (i.e., Goetz & LeCompte, 1984; Smith, 1979). I believe many of the questions, difficulties, issues, and prob- Collaborative ethnography pulls together threads of collaboration between ethnographers and their consultants that have found their way into ethnographic field methods and writing since the modernization of anthropology, threads that are now being revisited by postmodern and critical ethnographers with renewed interest and vitality....