Davies (Eds.), Anthropological Fieldwork
: a relational process (pp.
By describing the events and power relationships involved in this colonial process, we will be in a better position to understand how anthropological fieldwork
took place in Goa.
In Routes, the concept of "travel" is allowed to encompass many forms of movement and encounter, from anthropological fieldwork
to tourism to diaspora, but the book is not intended to be a coherent study of travel and its meanings.
has established that people are much more likely to distinguish a wild plant kind against the otherwise undifferentiated background of biological diversity if it has a use (e.g.
Possibly he could not have answered such questions, for lack of evidence, although adding anthropological fieldwork
and oral history to his sensitive use of the archives might well have provided him with more in this direction that would be predicted at first sight.
Most of the anthropological fieldwork
for Manz's book took place during the tense period when power was being transferred ftom the army to Christian Democrat Vinicio Cerezo Ardvalo.
Letters from the Field: 1925 - 1975 (1977) contains her own reflections on the methods of anthropological fieldwork
that she developed.
While not a picture of pristine anthropological fieldwork
, Blumenschine's efforts represent a new approach to learning about the eating habits of hominids, the forerunners of modern humans.
He views the boredom and miscommunication of fieldwork as symptoms of "gastroenteritis," a word he uses to mean a malaise that very often accompanies anthropological fieldwork
. Again, the illness has to do with the emotional complications of engaging with others.
Even as these macroregional links dissolved in recent centuries, one detects in Thanh and Yoshimoto's anthropological fieldwork
signs that a heterodox approach to social organisation has persisted to this day.
The papers collected in the volume tackle different aspects of the question that complement each other to form the outline of a comprehensive picture and are mainly based on original, anthropological fieldwork
. All authors view differentiation from a sociocultural and "indigenous" rather than from a descriptive, Orientalist, or universalist perspective--but they still pursue ambitious empirical and theoretical aims.