1 edition of Ethnography & personhood found in the catalog.
Ethnography & personhood
With reference to India.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Ehtnography and personhood|
|Statement||editor, Michael W. Meister.|
|Contributions||Meister, Michael W.|
|LC Classifications||GN635.I4 E88 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||228 p. :|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||99952193|
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Undisciplined: science, ethnography, and personhood in the Americas, [Nihad M Farooq] Book: Publication Date: Published In: NYU Press: American and the Long Nineteenth Century Series. Description: In the 19th century, personhood was a term of regulation and discipline through which slaves, criminals, and others, could be “made and unmade,” as scholars like Colin Dayan and others have :// ETHNOGRAPHY AND PERSONHOOD: Notes from the Field Michael W.
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Ethnography comes from the Greek ethnos (people), and graphie (writing), and is a social science method of observation and participation research. But ethnos in this context bears some further scrutiny, because the term almost always refers to human people, as in a number of people living together, a nation, or a :// NEW BOOK: A collaborative ethnography of chemical disaster This is the professional website of Brian A.
Hoey–cultural anthropologist, ethnographer, and author. I am the Associate Dean of the Honors College and a Professor of Anthropology at Marshall University in Huntington, West :// Examining scientific and literary narratives, Nihad M.
Farooq’s Undisciplined encourages an alternative consideration of personhood, one that emerges from evolutionary and ethnographic discourse. Moving chronologically from toFarooq explores the scientific and cultural entanglements of Atlantic travelers in and beyond the Darwin era, and invites us to attend more closely to the Good Ethnography A list of good ethnographies for students Animism, and Personhood among the Siberian Yukaghirs by.
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With the recent shift towards an interest in indigenous notions of self and personhood, questions pertaining to the Ethnography & personhood book and ethical origins of beliefs relating to human rights become increasingly :// This book explores what it means to be Lihirian through an analysis of everyday life in the Lihir Islands, Papua New Guinea.
Living in a world that has rapidly changed in the last century through the work of Christian missions, government administration and the development of a large gold mine, Lihirians nevertheless retain a strong sense of themselves and their islands as :// Summary Focusing on the social construction of morality, The Ethnography of Moralities discusses a topic which is complex but central to the study and nature of anthropology.
With the recent shift towards an interest in indigenous notions of self and personhood, questions pertaining to the moral and ethical origins of beliefs relating to human rights become increasingly :// This article starts with a brief ethnography of the social actions in which Chinese personhood is constructed and then proposes a tripartite approach to help make sense of personhood as both a state of being and the action of doing.
In the process of doing personhood, the reflective and ethical self is consistently mobilized and employed to Book description: This ethnography of personhood in post-genocide Rwanda investigates how residents of a small town grapple with what kinds of persons they ought to become in the wake of violence.
Based on fieldwork carried out over the course of a decade, it uncovers how conflicting moral demands emerge from the ethnography definition: 1. a scientific description of the culture of a society by someone who has lived in it, or a book. Learn :// A remarkable book."—James Clifford, author The Predicament of Culture “Soul Hunters is a detailed and theoretically original ethnography which will make an important contribution to the anthropology of Siberia and hunter-gatherers more generally.”—Nikolai V.
Ssorin-Chaikov, author of The Social Life of the State in Subarctic Siberia Reading “Flexible Personhood”: Loving Animals as Family Members in Israel – by Dafna Shir-Vertesh The term “Flexible Personhood” brings together the notions of flexibility and personhood.
Many anthropologists have contemplated the notion of “person,” and have maintained that the modern or Western sense of personhood takes the The book’s snappy title thus exploits, to good effect, the ambiguity of the word “discipline,” which may refer either to a field of study — in this case, ethnography — or to any Meta-ethnography proves effective when developing theoretical models from interpretation of qualitative findings across studies (Atkins et al., ), as it is in our interpretative analysis on the experience of people with dementia and their carers in regard to personhood and dignity in :// On Personhood: An Anthropological Perspective from Africa Article (PDF Available) in Social Identities 7(2) June with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads' “The Digitizing Family is the first ethnography of life with smartphones in rural Solomon Islands.
Bringing into dialogue different theoretical and linguistic traditions of the study of digital media and technologies, Hobbis creatively integrates classic anthropological studies of Melanesian self and personhood with the latest scholarship in stage: multispecies ethnography.
Creatures previously appearing on the margins of anthropology—as part of the landscape, as food for humans, as symbols—have been pressed into the foreground in recent ethnographies.
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Tom Boellstorff conducted more than two years of fieldwork in Second Life, living among and observing its residents in exactly the same way anthropologists traditionally have done to learn Review: Soul Hunters: Hunting, Animism, and Personhood Among the Siberian Yukaghirs, by Rane Willerslev Personhood: An evolutionary concept analysis for nursing ethics, theory, practice, and research Article in Nursing Forum 53(3 SUPPL) June with Reads How we measure 'reads' Songs of Seoul is an ethnographic study of voice in South Korea, where the performance of Western opera, art songs, and choral music is an overwhelmingly Evangelical Christian enterprise.
Drawing on fieldwork in churches, concert halls, and schools of music, Harkness argues that the European-style classical voice has become a specifically Christian emblem of South Korean :// HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, is an international peer-reviewed journal which aims to situate ethnography as the prime heuristic of anthropology, and return it to the forefront of conceptual developments in the :// Criminological ethnography 55 City Road, London: SAGE Publications Ltd doi: / This book has been a long time coming, and it would not have happened without a lot of input and learning from others, such is the way of the ethnographer.
related to consciousness, agency, personhood, reality and truth. These various Turnerian progress, as desert, and as Big Rock Candy Mountain. This book should be thought-provoking to anyone interested in the relationship between landscape and environmental perception and folk culture.
Finally, I urge all folklorists to read a new book by Sally Price (Primitive Art in Civilized Places. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, Pp. xi +photographs, notes, : Radical-Empiricism-and.
Peaceful Selves: Personhood, Nationhood, and the Post-Conflict Moment in Rwanda “This book presents a rich ethnography of urban life in Butare, Rwanda’s second biggest city and once its cultural centre, providing impressive new insights into everyday life in postgenocide Rwanda.” Barnes & Noble Press.
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30 May Mette Berg, Ben Gidley, Hiranthi Jayaweera, Ramon Sarró Multispecies ethnography is a rubric for a more-than-human approach to ethnographic research and writing rapidly gaining discursive traction in anthropology and cognate fields. The term is deployed for work that acknowledges the interconnectedness and inseparability of humans and other life forms, and thus seeks to extend ethnography beyond the Book Description.
Suicide and Agency offers an original and timely challenge to existing ways of understanding suicide. Through the use of rich and detailed case studies, the authors assembled in this volume explore how interplay of self-harm, suicide, personhood and agency varies markedly across site (Greenland, Siberia, India, Palestine and Mexico) and setting (self-run leprosy colony While cultural anthropology has contributed to the discussion of personhood, identity, and bioethics for some time, bioarchaeology (i.e., study of human skeletal remains from the past) has only recently begun to investigate identity in the ://.
Gilbert Herdt (born Febru ) is an American cultural anthropologist who specializes in sexuality and gender identity-based cultures.
His studies of the "Sambia" people — a pseudonym he created — of Papua New Guinea analyzes how culture and Michael Herzfeld was educated at the Universities of Cambridge (B.A. in Archaeology and Anthropology, ), Athens (non-degree program in Greek Folklore, ), Birmingham (M.A., Modern Greek Studies, ;); and Oxford (Social Anthropology,).
His current research activity includes completion of a book and a