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No one else writes anthropological theory so clear, so down-to-earth, or so accessible to non-anthropologists. Sewell Jr. Her response to recent challenges to the idea of culture is alone worth the price of the book.
She has done extensive fieldwork with the Sherpas of Nepal, on religion, politics, and the Sherpas' involvement in Himalayan mountaineering. Her final book on the Sherpas, Life and Death on Mt. Everest , was awarded the J. Staley prize for the best anthropology book of In the early s, Ortner changed the focus of her research to the United States.
The award-winning anthropologist Sherry B. Ortner draws on her longstanding interest in theories of cultural practice to rethink key concepts of culture, agency, and subjectivity. Sherry B. She has received numerous awards, including a John D. MacArthur Foundation Fellowship and the J. Staley Prize.
This two-volume set provides undergraduate majors with an authoritative reference source that serves their research needs with more detailed information than encyclopedia entries but in a clear, accessible style, devoid of jargon, unnecessary detail or density. Key Features- Emphasizes key curricular topics, making it useful for students researching for term papers, preparing for GREs, or considering topics for a senior thesis, graduate degree, or career. In , Sherry Ortner predicted that practice would be the key symbol of anthropology in the s. Research on practice, agency, structure, and power actually filled not only the s, but also the s and extended into the s as well. Issues of inequality, oppression, and resistance have been a staple of anthropological literature and have influenced its many theories, both before and after the s.
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How does it operate, and why the way it does? She provides us, however, with tools to understand the extraacademic grounding of some of these approaches, and is therefore implicitly highly relativist concerning good epistemology, and noncommittal regarding ontology. Ortner presents her professional as well as personal assessment of the formation and reformation of various trends of anthropological thinking, and orders them in a particular chronology. This chronology is not to be understood, as she herself asserts, as entirely representative of actual developments, but she uses this as a device to a link the theoretical developments to questions of Zeitgeist and "real-world" events b consign certain approach not quite to the ash heap of history, but still, to indicate that we should move beyond them - they are, as it were, just too 70s.
Sherry B. She has received numerous awards, including a John D. MacArthur Foundation Fellowship and the J. Staley Prize.
Anthropology and Social Theory
Some of the essays reflect explicitly on theoretical concerns: the relationship between agency and power, the problematic quality of ethnographic studies of resistance, and the possibility of producing an anthropology of subjectivity. In these, she investigates aspects of social class, looking at the relationship between race and middle-class identity in the United States, the often invisible nature of class as a cultural identity and as an analytical category in social inquiry, and the role that public culture and media play in the creation of the class anxieties of Generation X. Sherry B. She has received numerous awards, including a John D. MacArthur Foundation Fellowship and the J. Staley Prize. Ortner draws on her longstanding interest in theories of cultural practice to rethink key concepts of culture, agency, and subjectivity for the social sciences of the twenty-first century.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Ortner Published Sociology. Ortner draws on her longstanding interest in theories of cultural practice to rethink key concepts of culture, agency, and subjectivity for the social sciences of the twenty-first century. The seven theoretical and interpretive essays in this volume each advocate reconfiguring, rather than abandoning, the concept of culture.
Попробовал добрести до двери. Меган скрылась во вращающейся секции, таща за собой сумку. Беккер почти вслепую приближался к двери. - Подожди! - крикнул. - Подожди.
ГЛАВА 32 Дэвид Беккер остановился в коридоре у номера 301. Он знал, что где-то за этой витиеватой резной дверью находится кольцо. Вопрос национальной безопасности. За дверью послышалось движение, раздались голоса. Он постучал.
Бринкерхофф выглядел растерянным. - Стратмор был вне. Он заставил Джаббу вмонтировать в ТРАНСТЕКСТ переключатель системы Сквозь строй, чтобы отключить фильтры в случае, если такое повторится. - Господи Иисусе. - Бринкерхофф присвистнул. - Я и понятия не имел.
Его план не сработал.
Наверное, она подумает бог знает что: он всегда звонил ей, если обещал. Беккер зашагал по улице с четырехполосным движением и бульваром посередине. Туда и обратно, - мысленно повторял. - Туда и обратно.