Nettsider med emneord «Kinship»

Publisert 4. juni 2014 15:52

The Ifugao of Northern Luzon, the Philippines, are famous for their extensive system of irrigated rice terraces, and previous anthropological accounts of the Ifugao have stressed their immense importance for social life. This book, written by Jon Henrik Ziegler Remme,  attempts to ‘go against the grain’ and approach Ifugao society through an often overlooked element, namely their pigs.

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Publisert 22. jan. 2013 13:06

In his article Knut Christian Myhre explores social anthropology’s relationship to, and conception of, language, and uses kinship as an example to show how the discipline presumes and entails a digital conception of social relations, which leaves little room for language as a constitutive phenomenon.

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Publisert 27. sep. 2012 10:51

In his article Knut Christian Myhre explores social anthropology’s relationship to, and conception of, language, and uses kinship as an example to show how the discipline presumes and entails a digital conception of social relations, which leaves little room for language as a constitutive phenomenon.

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Publisert 4. aug. 2011 13:08

In her article, Marit Melhuus turn on issues of methodology with regard to the study of biotechnology in contemporary society and its contribution to further debates about what it means to study biotechnology ethnographically

Publisert 4. aug. 2011 13:08

Ruth Jane Prince is focusing on HIV/AIDS interventions and antiretroviral treatment programmes in Kenya, and related issues of global health, the political-economy of knowledge, traditionalism and the state.

Since 1993, Paul Wenzel Geissler has been working , in western Kenya, conducting first medical research and then several years of ethnographic fieldwork.

The Land is Dying. Contingency, Creativity and Conflict in Western Kenya 

Publisert 1. mars 2011 14:40
Publisert 20. sep. 2010 14:51
Publisert 20. sep. 2010 14:51
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Publisert 20. sep. 2010 14:50
Publisert 26. aug. 2010 14:00

Ruth Jane Prince is focusing on HIV/AIDS interventions and antiretroviral treatment programmes in Kenya, and related issues of global health, the political-economy of knowledge, traditionalism and the state.

Since 1993, Paul Wenzel Geissler has been working , in western Kenya, conducting first medical research and then several years of ethnographic fieldwork.

The Land is Dying. Contingency, Creativity and Conflict in Western Kenya 

Publisert 18. juni 2010 13:30

In her article, Marit Melhuus turn on issues of methodology with regard to the study of biotechnology in contemporary society and its contribution to further debates about what it means to study biotechnology ethnographically