CH_3_moodle

CH_3_moodle - the familiar strange confusion and stress...

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CH. 3 Doing Cultural Anthroplogy
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History of the Discipline late 19th century “armchair anthropologists” relied on other’s accounts: travelers, missionaries, explorers, colonial officers E.B. Tylor, L.H. Morgan influenced by evolutionary ideas of C. Darwin, H. Spencer
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“civilization” “barbarians” (chiefdoms) “savage primitives” (foragers)  TIME  “PROGRESS” 
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Franz Boas
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Margaret Mead
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Ruth Benedict
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Bronislaw Malinowski
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ethnographic fieldwork “informant” “other” consultant dialogue respondent
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culture shock part of “making the strange familiar and
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Unformatted text preview: the familiar strange confusion and stress because everything is different goes both ways entering and leaving the field ethnology cross-cultural approach toward generalizations comparative Human Relationjs Area Files feminist anthropology reaction to dirty boots engaging female perspective attention to gender issues postmodernism knowledge always partial no objective reality perceptions related to frame of reference power history collaborative anthropology teamwork with consultants advocacy applied anthropology...
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course ANTH 1003 taught by Professor Demovic during the Spring '07 term at LSU.

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CH_3_moodle - the familiar strange confusion and stress...

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