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Online version of print publication SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY v.10 #2 (2002) : 239-247.
Empowering and engendering 'religion'. A critical perspective on ethnographic holism. Abstract. critical perspective on ethnographic holism* In the following paper I will argue for a reconsideration and revitalisation of the so-called holistic paradigm in ethnography, and anthropological theory more generally, by drawing on some preliminary results of an ethnographic case study as part of my research in the field of gender and religion. Longman, C. () ‘Empowering and Engendering “Religion”: A Critical Perspective on Ethnographic Holism’, Social Anthropology. The Journal of the European Association of Social Anthropologists, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. Cambridge University Press. 'Empowering and Engendering "Religion": A Critical Perspective on Ethnographic Holism', Social Anthropology, The Journal of the European Association of Social Anthropologists, vol. 10, nr. 2, , pp. Cambridge University Press. article in Pdf.
A gender-critical perspective on the theme of intersex In this article the different meanings are explored from a gender-theoretical perspective that have been attributed to the phenomenon of. The new edition expands the discussion of critical concepts such as culture, contextualization, emic and etic distinctions, and symbols. The book provides insights into the use of technology in ethnography from qualitative data analysis software to data visualization, and Questions for Reflection have been added to the end of each chapter. * Religion And Poverty Pan African Perspectives * Uploaded By Jeffrey Archer, african american theologians offer ethnographic accounts of empowering religious rituals performed in churches in the united states jamaica and south africa this important collection brings together these and other pan african perspectives on religion and. The ‘Quasi-religion’ Approach. The quasi-religion approach popularized by Greil () and his colleagues relies on an ethnographic approach to the term ‘religion,’ regarding it, not as an objective category susceptible to social scientific definition, but as a claim negotiated in the course of social interaction. Greil.
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