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Funktsioon ja struktuur Briti
Funktsioon ja struktuur Briti

Funktsioon ja struktuur Briti koolkonnas: Antropoloogia lugemik Function and structure in the British school. Anthropology reader (in Estonian)

Product ID : 22221794


Galleon Product ID 22221794
UPC / ISBN 9985587669
Shipping Weight 0.4 lbs
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Binding: Paperback
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Model 4326617056
Manufacturer A Days Tech
Shipping Dimension 7.64 x 4.88 x 0.55 inches
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About Funktsioon Ja Struktuur Briti

Product description This compendium includes the texts from 1922-1940 of Bronis aw Malinowski (1884-1942) and Alfred Reginald Radcliffe-Brown (1881-1955), who have influenced the development of social anthropology as a discipline tremendously; the chosen writings reflect the central ideas of the functionalist and structural functionalist schools of anthropology. These authors, founders of the modern British social anthropology, gave a new direction to the discipline and a methodological and theoretical approach, as well as taught an entire generation of anthropologists. The areas developed by Malonowski and Radcliffe-Brown are still represented in social anthropology till date: theoretical interest combined with empirical, ethnographical fieldwork done on site. The redactor Lorenzo Cañás Bottos is currently a docent in the Norwegian University of Science and Technology; 2006-2012 he was the first anthropology professor of Tallinn University. He has done fieldwork in Ireland and boarder areas of Northern Ireland, and with the mennonites in Argentina and Bolivia.