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The Objects Of Evidence Anthropological Approaches To The Production Of Knowledge (Cód: 9247498)

Engelke,Matthew

John Wiley & Sons

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Part of 'The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute Special Issue Book Series,' the contributors to this volume share the conviction that anthropology can no longer afford to ignore the importance of the concept of evidence, either for the ways in which anthropologists carry out their work (methodology) or present and justify their findings (epistemology). Demonstrates that evidence is something that all anthropologists must possess Shows how the collection of evidence in the field is still, without doubt, one of the main ingredients of what Bronislaw Malinowski once referred to as 'the ethnographer's magic' Reveals how the concept of evidence has received little sustained attention in print - especially when compared to related concepts, such as 'fieldwork', 'truth', 'facts', and 'knowledge' Argued from a variety of theoretical perspectives and a rarity in its ability to orchestrate some many different - and vibrant - paradigms and points of view Evidence is something that all anthropologists must possess, and the collection of evidence in the field is still one of the main ingredients of what Bronislaw Malinowski once referred to as 'the ethnographer's magic'. And yet, despite this, the concept of evidence has received little sustained attention in print - especially when compared to related concepts, such as 'fieldwork', 'truth', 'facts', and 'knowledge'. All anthropologists use evidence, but precious few reflect on what it is - or isn't. This volume goes some way to correcting this state of affairs. The volume's contributors share the conviction that anthropology can no longer afford to ignore the importance of the concept of evidence, either for the ways in which anthropologists carry out their work (methodology) or present and justify their findings (epistemology). But the real strength of the volume comes from the ways in which the contributors argue the case from a variety of theoretical perspectives. This volume is a first when it comes to the care with which it treats such an important subject, and a rarity in its ability to orchestrate so many different paradigms and points of view.

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Marca John Wiley & Sons
Cód. Barras 9781405192965
Altura 24.38 cm
I.S.B.N. 9781405192965
Profundidade 1.02 cm
Referência 009483623
Acabamento Brochura
Ano da edição 2009
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 156
Peso 0.29 Kg
Largura 17.02 cm
AutorEngelke,Matthew

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