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Confronting the Margaret Mead legacy : scholarship, empire, and the South Pacific

著者: Lenora Foerstel; Angela Gilliam
出版: Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1992.
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The legendary Margaret Mead established the importance and relevance of anthropology in the public mind and presented to Americans the view that theirs was among many cultures. She was at once shaped by the influences in the American intellectual community of the 1920s and, in turn, she was later to contribute to the image that the world has of the South Pacific. Moreover, Mead and her followers promoted  続きを読む
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ジャンル/形式: Aufsatzsammlung
Mead, Magaret
関連の人物: Margaret Mead; Margaret Mead; Margaret Mead; Margaret Mead
資料の種類: インターネット資料
ドキュメントの種類: 図書, インターネットリソース
すべての著者/寄与者: Lenora Foerstel; Angela Gilliam
ISBN: 0877228868 9780877228868
OCLC No.: 23731621
物理形態: xxxv, 298 p. ; 22 cm.
コンテンツ: Anthropologists in search of a culture : Margaret Mead, Derek Freeman, and all the rest of us / Eleanor Leacock --
Leaving a record for others : an interview with Nahau Rooney / Angela Gilliam --
Margaret Mead from a cultural-historical perspective / Lenora Foerstel --
The stigma of New Guinea : reflections on anthropology and anthropologists / Warilea Iamo --
Margaret Mead's contradictory legacy / Anglea Gilliam and Lenora Foerstel --
For an independent Kanaky / Susanna Ounei --
The United States anthropologist in Micronesia : toward a counter-hegemonic study of sapiens / Glenn Alcalay --
Anthropology and authoritarianism in the Pacific Islands / Simione Durutalo --
Tugata : culture, identity, and commitment / John D. Waiko --
Papua New Guinea and the geopolitics of knowledge production / Angela Gilliam.
責任者: edited by Lenora Foerstel and Angela Gilliam.
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A multicultural outlook to bear on Margaret Mead, scrutinizing her role and impact on Western anthropology, colonialism, and strategic and business interests in the South Pacific.  続きを読む

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"...valuable information, ideas, and contrasts." --Choice "This book is a remarkable portrait of a scholar and a field, both fierce and fair. The conjecture of perspectives--ethnography and empire, 続きを読む

 
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