DIFUSIONISMO ANTROPOLOGIA PDF

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Esse interesse é usualmente apresentado como um novo desenvolvimento na teoria antropológica e os seus possíveis antecedentes, como o difusionismo e a . Afora o fato de vir a confirmar que os antropólogos preferem fazer prosa sem . e nas interconexões concretas, quase como uma retomada do difusionismo. Antropología Difusionista. Diego Cubillos; 3 videos; 43 views; Last updated on Mar 31, Play all. Share. Loading Save.

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As Sally Price has put it: This interest is expressed in the recent development of the anthropology of globalization as an important sub-disciplinary field. We have to think antrropologia only in broader terms, but also in different terms.

For instance, as Aisha Kahn has shown, most conceptualizations of contemporary hybridization are driven by a teleological optimism that, paradoxically enough, eschews issues of agency and power.

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difuskonismo Being the dominant difusiobismo of ethnographical research among early diffusionists, extensive survey presented a problem: What I am saying is that we should have a more complex dialogue with acculturation theorists, based on a fair identification of what we can learn from them and what we have to discover by ourselves.

This was the reason why related religious forms could have developed in social contexts so different as Africa and Brazil: Although Herskovits — like most diffusionists — did stress diffusion as the major mechanism of human history, he did not rule out the idea that in some cases similarities between cultural items might derive from independent invention. Durham-London, Duke University Press, Durham-London, Duke University Press.

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New York, Alfred Knopf. Berkeley, University difsuionismo California Press.

Diffusionism, which was a major anthropological paradigm in Germany, the US and Great Britain from the s to the s, is a case in point. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Contemporary anthropology has developed a consistent interest in the study of modes of circulation of people, objects and ideas associated with current cultural globalization. I will basically concentrate on two authors who played an important role in the development of acculturation theory: Strategies for Entering and Leaving Modernity.

Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press. Lisboa, Livros do Brasil.

The second part of the paper proposes some examples of what could be some of the concerns of an anthropology dedicated to the study of contemporary flows of people and culture. Having previously done fieldwork in Surinam, Trinidad, Haiti and Dahomey, Herskovits could not but be aware of the extent to which African heritage had been transformed in the US.

How to cite this article. But, in doing so — as I have suggested in the first part of this paper — we must recognize the importance of the work done by some of our ancestors. British Social Anthropology, Even if we view it, as Alejandro Portes has argued, not as new phenomenon but as a new point of view on an old phenomenon we shall anyway emphasize how the adoption of this new point of view has reorganized the way in which we used to address contacts of culture associated with the mobility of people.

At the same time, some central aspects of diffusionism were also being actively refashioned, in order to meet some of its perceived fragilities and to address new challenges. Perspectives from Folklore Studies, History and Anthropology. It can be argued, however, that Herskovits has paved the way for such a reassessment of the dialectics of retentions and reinterpretations in African-American cultures.

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Strategies for Entering and Leaving Modernity.

In both cases, albeit in different terms, the study of flows of people and cultural forms has become a highly visible feature of contemporary anthropology. Cultural difuionismo Institutional Crossings in the History of Anthropology. Malden, MA, Blackwell Publishing, The Place of Sugar in Modern History.

The Programming of Globalization.

Difusionisme (arqueologia)

The case of The Myth of the Negro Past [] antdopologia well known. Difuionismo, Polity Press, Acculturation theory and its discontents. Henrika Kuklickin her book on the history of British social anthropology, for instance, hardly mentions the influence of diffusionism in W.

Oxford, Polity Press, Not only hybridity is socially produced, but it also reflects the unequal distribution of power between distinct social groups and, most importantly, some of its outcomes — such as syncretic religious cults — are essential in the production of new social configurations.

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Abstract This article approaches the theme of globalization through a framework of anthropological references, especially the notion of myth. Oxford, Oxford University Press. Boston, MA, Beacon Press. The Social History of British Anthropology,