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Unformatted text preview: o Bureaucracies o New concepts: population, curve, norm. Encyclopedic Stats > Anthro o As statistics became enumerative, encyclopedic aspects formed into disciplines such as anthropology and geography o Peoples/places, places, things Case Study: Antonio Garcia Cubas o 1861-1872, four surveys of Mexico o 1876: The Republic of Mexico o Encyclopedic Natural and human resources Place, people and culture o 1893: Mexico: Its trade, Industry and Resources Enumerative Anthropologist Manuel Gamio o Mexican Revolution (1911-1920) o Criticized enumerative statistics Not enough about cultural needs and aspirations o Called for encyclopedic statistics general, useful knowledge...
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- Fall '08
- Cultural Anthropology