Closed Systems and Open Minds: The Limits of Naivety in Social Anthropolgy

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Closed Systems and Open Minds: The Limits of Naivety in Social Anthropolgy - Gluckman, Max (Editor)

Social anthropology, defined operationally in terms of what social anthropologists have done in the last fifty years, is the study and comparison of tribal societies and of small fields of social life with emphasis on the role of custom. When a social anthropologist's research leads him into any field, which belongs to other disciplines, what line ... Read More

Closed Systems and Open Minds: The Limits of Naivety in Social Anthropolgy 2006, Aldine, New Brunswick, NJ

ISBN-13: 9780202308593

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