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Sharing Our Worlds: An Introduction to Cultural
Sharing Our Worlds: An Introduction to Cultural

Sharing Our Worlds: An Introduction to Cultural and Social Anthropology by Joy Hendry

Sharing Our Worlds: An Introduction to Cultural and Social Anthropology

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Page: 328
ISBN: 9780814737118
Publisher: New York University Press
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The distinctions for “which “There exists not just the commercial economy, which meters access on the simple metric of price, but also a sharing economy, where access to culture is regulated not by price, but by a complex set of social relations. May 28, 2010 - In our introduction to that book, we suggested that historical archaeology might represent one place in which anthropology could contribute to current interdisciplinary debates about material things. Yet although Ecology of mind as Bateson envisioned it, refers to an interdisciplinary approach to probing the way in which consciousness changes and forms patterns, both on a social and individual level. But this seems to have led to a non sequitur: Since we have to share our research with the people we study, therefore our publications must be open access. They used to apply some good, sensible tools to the analysis of societies unlike our own, as you'll know if you've ever been to a part of the world where, say, patrilineal descent groups are still important features of the social landscape. Oct 2, 2010 - It is through ritual then, that we present the meanings that we ascribe to the world around us in the context of our cultural frameworks and worldviews. Oct 2, 2012 - We start seeing ourselves as commoners in relationship to others, with a shared history and shared future. Aug 20, 2012 - Anthropology offers brain science more robust accounts of enculturation to explain observable difference in brain function; neuroscience offers anthropology evidence of neuroplasticity's role in social and cultural dynamics. Staff are hard at work digitizing our wonderful collection materials, with the goal of preserving and making accessible the millions of documents, specimens, and artifacts that represent our nation's heritage, our world cultures and our diverse planet. Feb 3, 2014 - Soon after I posted on the Scholarly Kitchen about the inexorable path of the professional society publisher, I heard from Tim Elfenbein, Managing Editor for Cultural Anthropology, who said, no, no, there are independent options available to professional societies and Cultural Anthropology was pursuing one of . Feb 4, 2014 - In my work as an anthropologist of media and technology, I focus on how social and mobile media are reshaping experiences of space and place, especially in contemporary Europe. Jan 20, 2014 - Joan Gross Oregon State University I recently completed a pilot run of a binational learning community focused on food, culture and social justice in Ecuador and Oregon. During the 1930s, Bateson conducted anthropological research in New Britain and New Guinea. Jan 14, 2014 - Most of my reading before attending Oxford had been about culture history, prehistoric cultural inheritance, kinship, non-state social structure, magic, religion - the stuff anthropology concerned itself with almost in its entirety until about . This holistic understanding of our relationship to each other and the planet transcends nations and cultures, and builds on ethics and values common to faith groups around the world. This booklet presents the key ideas that form the basis of research and campaign activities at Share The World's Resources – an advocacy organisation with consultative status at the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. Oct 21, 2010 - Growing public awareness of Earth's environment is the one slender benefit of the imminent nature of the ecological crises facing our world's population. Mar 14, 2014 - It's the psychological state shared among shaman when they travel mentally to other realms, when initiates leave their bodies & are replaced by deities or spirits, or when you seem to be under the spell of someone else during hypnosis community in the world outside the Caribbean), shamanism (which seems to come up in every cultural anthropology course, so I had probably noted it in the intro to four-field anthropology I had taken the previous semester with Prof. Apr 21, 2014 - Lessig, in telling the story, goes on to explore how our relationships with each other and with material things can come in different forms — some things you expect to pay for, and some are given freely. There's a wealth of wonderful stories that could be shared from that diary, but unless you're personally poring over these documents for hours or reading someone else's report on the diary, you'll never hear them.