Reclaiming a Scientific Anthropology
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BeschreibungLawrence Kuznar makes a compelling case that it is even more important today, a decade after the publication of the first edition of Reclaiming a Scientific Anthropology, for anthropology to return to its roots in empirical science.
InhaltsverzeichnisChapter 1 Preface, First Edition Chapter 2 Preface, Second Edition Part 3 Part I Chapter 4 Introduction Chapter 5 Chapter 1. Anthropological Science Chapter 6 Chapter 2. Science - Problems with Progress Chapter 7 Chapter 3. Anthropological Science - Two Examples Part 8 Part II Chapter 9 Chapter 4. The Postmodern Vanguard: Non-Traditional Critics of Science Chapter 10 Chapter 5. Elevating the Other/Looking Back Upon Ourselves: Postmodern and Critical Anthropology Chapter 11 Chapter 6. The Mutable Past: Postmodern Archaeology Part 12 Part III Chapter 13 Chapter 7. Strange Bedfellows: Comparison of Challenges to Scientific Anthropology Chapter 14 Chapter 8. Crusading Anthropology - The Case Against Chapter 15 Chapter 9. Computational Social Science: Adding Method to Madness Chapter 16 Chapter 10. Where Do We Go From Here? A Future Scientific Anthropology Chapter 17 References
PortraitLawrence A. Kuznar is professor of anthropology at Indiana University-Purdue University at Fort Wayne.
PressestimmenPraise for the previous edition: What makes this book so useful for students and teachers of undergraduate and graduate classes on anthropological research?is that it is a careful, reasoned attempt to put something back, after the certainties have beenremoved from under students' feet... Critique Of Anthropology Praise for the previous edition: What makes this book so useful for students and teachers of undergraduate and graduate classes on anthropological research...is that it is a careful, reasoned attempt to put something back, after the certainties have been removed from under students' feet. Critique Of Anthropology
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: ALTA MIRA PR
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2008
Seitenanzahl: 229 Seiten