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His best ethnographic writing is a stylistic confection of vivid description, reflexive anecdote, methodological prescription and theoretical aside. Fortuna Books Professional seller.
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY, INTRODUCTION
Argonauti del Pacifico occidentale. Malinowski’s intention was to raise ethnographic fieldwork to a professional art. One-page map of Gikuyu Country.
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The intrusion of Malinowski’s authorial self blurred the distinction between Romantic travelogue and ethnographic monograph. Through his upbringing Mr.
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Marching under a xrgonauti theoretical banner of Functionalism, Malinowski revolutionized fieldwork methods, cultivated an innovative style of ethnographic writing, and mounted polemical assaults on a wide array of academic disputes and public issues. Most of his books remain in print and continue to be taught, critiqued, and oacifico as exemplars of anthropological modernism. Very bright and crisp copy, name in pencel occidebtale front pastedown. A colourful scientific travelogue, Argonauts takes its readers on a canoe-borne voyage around the so-called Kula Ring of islands.
Book, xxxi pp, hardback, lxvi plates ownership signature, slight crease to spine, good. Light spotting on page edges, light fading to the dust jacket spine, minor shelf wear – packed well, prompt dispatch. As a first-hand account of a representative African culture, as an invaluable document in the principles underlying culture-contact and change; last, not least, as a personal statement of the new outlook of a progressive African, this book will rank as a pioneering achievement of dle merit.
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Introduzione di Vittorio Lanternari, prefazione di James G. Somewhat above-average soiling and wear to tan fabric-covered boards.
Owner’s name elided in ‘white-out’, and lightly toned text block edges with some light scattered spotting on top edge. The meaning of meaning.
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Dutton and Company, In Ethnography, ‘the writer is his own chronicler,’ he reminds us, and scolds those whose works offer ‘wholesale generalizations’ without informing the reader ‘by what actual experiences the writers have reached their conclusion’. The ultimate aim of social or cultural anthropology is to convert knowledge of other modes of life into wisdom.
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Bumped corner; pages. Argonauts of the Western Pacific: Very good condition in an almost very good dustwrapper. Kenyatta combines to an unusual extent the knowledge of Western ways and Western modes of thought with a training and outlook essentially African. Mild offset to preliminaries; a dark stain to the text block fore-edge; mild wear to the wrapper.
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