Anthropology and Politics: Visions, Traditions, and Trends

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In considering how anthropologists have chosen to look at and write about politics, Joan Vincent contends that the anthropological study of politics is itself a historical process. Intended not only as a representation but also as a reinterpretation, her study arises from questioning accepted views and unexamined assumptions. This wide-ranging, cross-disciplinary work is a critical review of the anthropological study of politics in the English-speaking world from 1879 to the present, a counterpoint of text and context that ...

Anthropology and Politics: Visions, Traditions, and Trends 1994, University of Arizona Press

ISBN-13: 9780816515103

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Anthropology and Politics: Visions, Traditions, and Trends 1990, University of Arizona Press

ISBN-13: 9780816511372

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