Social Experience and Anthropological Knowledge

Kirsten Hastrup, Peter Hervik

European Association of Social Anthropologists

Routledge, 1994

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Tracing the process from the fieldwork to the analysis of results, this book demonstrates how the ethnographer arrives at an understanding not only of `culture’ and `society’, but also of the ways in which cultures and societies evolve.

Table of contents : 

Book Cover……Page 1
Half-Title……Page 2
Title……Page 4
Copyright……Page 5
Contents……Page 6
Contributors……Page 7
Introduction……Page 10
1 Incomers and Fieldworkers……Page 19
2 Making Sense of New Experience……Page 30
3 Vicarious and Sensory Knowledge of Chronology……Page 43
4 Veiled Experiences……Page 58
5 Shared Reasoning in the Field……Page 68
6 The Mysteries of Incarnation……Page 85
7 On the Relevance of Common Sense For Anthropological Knowledge……Page 100
8 Where the Community Reveals Itself……Page 113
9 Time, Ritual and Social Experience……Page 134
10 Space and The ‘Other’……Page 144
11 Events and Processes……Page 159
12 Anthropological knowledge incorporated……Page 177
Name Index……Page 190
Subject Index……Page 196

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